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1.
French slang expression that is the shortened way of saying "regarde le" (direct translation "Look at him").

It is believed that University of Miami students from Europe created the expression that is now very frequently used in the United States.

For many years, people hit by the expression "ga le" had no idea what it meant. Now you do since you googled it and were redirected here. Ga le!
Wow, ga le, he's dressed in purple today, who would do such thing?

That's one ugly person behind you, ga le!
by Knicksplayer May 13, 2011
 
2.
High winds, 60miles per hour +
umbrella will not be any use in gales
by lawrenc November 12, 2009
 
3.
A gale is a very strong wind of at least 32 mph and up to 63 mph
gale worning sent out you better bring your boat in
by lanfearbh March 13, 2007
 
4.
when waste falls into the toilet and splashes water on you.
Steve and Will had a huge Gale today. The bathroom was so wet and smelly when they were done. I saw Steve later and the toilet water was all over his pants.

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by hockeyboss123 October 18, 2011
 
5.
A strong wind a boys name
theres a gale coming better not let the kids out
by lanfearbh March 13, 2007
 
6.
A nickname for abigail a nick name given my a friend or foe. Gale is sometimes a funny name.
Gales real name was Abigail but Abigails friend emily nicknamed her Gale because Emily thought it was funny...but then again Emily finds basically everything funny
by abby June 24, 2004
 
7.
A strong wind a boys name
theres a gale coming better not let the kids out
by lanfearbh March 13, 2007