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Definition of Hackintosh

Hackintosh

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Definitions include: a greeting; "hello".
Definitions include: lacking physical prowess or stamina.
Definitions include: offensive speech about another person.
Definitions include: more than sassy, less than sparky and almost snazzy, used to describe something or someone crazy and tangy.
Definitions include: a person - almost always male - who behaves in ways that openly display his horniness.
Definitions include: a thing put into a hose lay that goes downhill, slows down the flow of water.
Definitions include: general exclamation.
Definitions include: one's first time doing something.
Definitions include: the external female genitalia (vulva.)
Definitions include: to play a musical instrument that has keys, such as a piano.

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