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1.
gay
1. jovial or happy, good-spirited

2. a homosexual male or female

3. often used to describe something stupid or unfortunate. originating from homophobia. quite preferable among many teenage males in order to buff up their "masculinity"
1. "We'll have a gay old time."

2. "You DO know he's gay. Notice his homoerotic pornography collection."

3. "Man, these seats are gay. I can't even see what's going on!"
di anonymous 02 gennaio 2004
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2.
gay
1. Happy.
2. Homosexual.
3. A generic insult.
1. You are gay.
2. You are gay.
3. You are gay.

Hee hee hee ^.^
di Cortana Dragoon 13 luglio 2005
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3.
gay
happy. joyful. gleeful.
'we'll have a gay old time'.
-The Flinstone's theme song
di bedrock 22 dicembre 2003
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4.
gay
A type of squirrel that lives in Latin America.
"Look at that gay scampering across the way!"
di kynkearsamb 19 giugno 2009
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5.
Gay
Not a Homosexual or somehing that you find stupid, dumb, idiotic, pointless, and or annoying.
It is simply a term to describe a happy mood or expression.
I hope you have a gay ol' time tonight at the party.
di Tyler Turner 22 marzo 2008
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6.
gay
1.The dictionary definition is happy. However, this is archaic and few people use it any more except in the phrase gay old time.

2.Homosexual, especially homosexual males but can be used for lesbians as well.

3.A generic insult. It can mean bad, stupid, whatever you want it to mean.

My Opinion:

Don't say that something is gay as an insult. I find this highly immature, mostly because it is often used when people can't think of a proper insult even when there is nothing homosexual about whatever they're insulting.
1.Jeremy was in a gay mood after getting an A on his test.

2.The people in The Village People are gay.

3."That is such a gay shirt,"remarked Robby.
di Newbia 30 maggio 2004
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7.
gay
Gay means being happy, cheerfull or colourfull.
Tim: Hey, bryan, how are you today?

Bryan: Very gay ;)
di woopsy goggles 03 novembre 2007
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