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Definition of mkay

mkay

interjection

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Definitions include: exclamation of surprise popularized by the character Stewie Griffin on the animated TV series Family Guy.
Definitions include: a penis.
Definitions include: suffix applied to a word to indicate some event was rife with that word.
Definitions include: acronym for "bring your own beer", "bring your own bottle", or "bring your own booze".
Definitions include: to try to swoop on somebody's lover.
Definitions include: "tonight".
Definitions include: a statement (true or untrue, doesn't matter) made to negatively alter one person's opinion of another.
Definitions include: a movie ("flick") primarily of interest to males (who have dicks).
Definitions include: to waste time.
Definitions include: metaphorically, the center of attention.

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