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5.
Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics (C.O.Y.O.T.E.), a sex workers' rights organization. Originated in San Francisco in the 1970's. Has led the fight to decriminalize prostitution around the world. Chapters still exits across the U.S.
C.O.Y.O.T.E. supports the rights of people to engage in prostitution without being arrested or stigmatized.
by Lacey Sloan September 13, 2007
 
1.
A person who smuggles immigrants into America and they come from any given country for a small fee to cross into the United States. They make very good money doing it. (Average per person $1200)
Juan 1: Did you make it across with a coyote?
Juan 2: No acrossed on my own this time.
by Vicente Fox October 01, 2003
 
2.
a small dog, Canis latrans, native to North America, known for using everything from canyons to tactical nuclear weapons to catch roadrunners.
Now this is a little coyote-and-roadrunner.
by Xyzzy September 21, 2004
 
3.
This occurs when you wake up in the room of a nasty woman and you know you've got to give her the slip. However, you realize that your arm is wrapped around her. Therefore you must gnaw off your own arm to get out of the situation. Can be very painful.
What happened to your ARM, man? Aww, I hit it off with this chick when I was drunk and I had to coyote myself in the morning...
by feiticeira December 18, 2002
 
4.
A person who illegally smuggles people across boarders of countries.
"we paid a coyote a hundred bucks a piece to get us in to the united states"
by P. Gryphenz June 07, 2003
 
6.
Ugly girl that you'd rather chew your arm off then risk waking up.
When I woke up I was still drunk and I was lying naked with a real coyote.
by Baron Von Shagwell March 24, 2003
 
7.
People who roam around the cafeteria harassing people for their food because they don't know how to use a fucking lunch line, most of them are just attention whores. Similar to the animal of the same name.
Kaleb: "dude, let's eat outside, the cafeteria is starting to crowd up with coyotes."
by Knorthman September 14, 2011