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Definition of jobby jabber

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Other terms relating to 'homosexual, homosexual person':

Definitions include: a homosexual person.
Definitions include: a feminine lesbian.
Definitions include: An effeminate man, probably homosexual.
Definitions include: in male homosexual sex, a very dominant top.
Definitions include: literally: a person who performs cunnilingus.
Definitions include: a lesbian.
Definitions include: a middle-aged or older male homosexual.
Definitions include: a motor vehicle with many mechanical problems.
Definitions include: a homosexual.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of nellie.
Definitions include: masculine.
Definitions include: in the gay community, a younger or smaller bear.
Definitions include: a homosexual male.
Definitions include: a person who is a bummer and a bender, i.e. a homosexual.
Definitions include: a person who has been a lesbian but now lives a heterosexual lifestyle.

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Other terms relating to 'jabber':

Definitions include: to talk at length.
Definitions include: incessant, idle talk.

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