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doji

doji n. a stock-trading session in which the opening and closing prices are (nearly) the same. Editorial Note: The plural is also doji. Etymological Note: From the Japanese doji どじ ‘a blunder; a blunderer; a fool or foolish thing.’...

mugu

mugu n. a fool; (hence) a person who falls for a scam. Editorial Note: Outside of Nigeria, this term has become associated with the victims of the advance fee, 419, or money-cleaning scams. A similar term is magha. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

mugu

mugu  n.— «A popular slang in Warri is that In Warri you must follow who know road. If you no do am, you go de look like mugu. (You must identify with those who know how to make things happen easily. If you don’t do that you may remain a...

gank

gank  v.— «“Don’t gank me,” Kelly says. As a verb, Kelly later explains, “gank” means “to chump you, or play you for a fool.” » —“The New Breed Young St. Louis Cops Look For Seasoning, Respect—And...

güey

güey  n.— «Que mi vieja me hizo güey. That my vieja made me a güey (lit. “ox” / fig. “impotent fool”).» —“A medias copas” by R. García (Austin, Tex.) , 1940. (source:...

güey

güey n. a dude, guy, buddy, buster, cabrón, cuate; orig. chump, punk, idiot, fool. Editorial Note: This term is usually said to be a form of buey ‘ox’ or, in Mexico, ‘idiot.’ Often used vocatively as a salutation or interjection. Like...