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Definition of gino

gino

  • a prissy, high maintenance boy; girly guy.
    Danny spends an hour doing his hair every morning, and every Sunday he goes to the mall with Kayla and Jen! What a GINO!

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Kellie L. from West Chester, OH, USA on Jan 01 2003.

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