1. in the lesbian community, a young transgendered/androgynous/masculine person who is biologically female and presents themselves in a young, boyish way; a boidyke; often also identifies as genderqueer.
2. in the gay community, a young gay man;
3. in the BDSM community, someone who presents themselves in a young, boyish way and is usually a bottom/submissive;
4. an alternate spelling of boy often used by young teenage boys.
1. J doesn't feel like s/he fits the mold of any one gender. S/he presents hirself in a young, boyish manner, and hir appearance in quite androgynous/masculine. S/he's a boi.
2. J is a young, masculine gay male who presents himself in a boyish manner. He's a boi.
3. Daddy's boi and/or Mommy's boi.
4. My teenage brother and his friends often refer to themselves as "skater bois"
A real American porn star hero. Despite his looks, he used what he had to become what he is now. He should be an inspiration to us all.
I'm writing in Ron Jeremy's name for president in 2004!
Conservative or republican.
cool; sexy; hot
i am so may
A vaguely defined term from the Latin word Poganus meaning countryman that has become an umbrella term for a group of reconstructed pre-Christian beliefs systems which are often nature centred. Followers of these belief systems share a wide variety of beliefs as these beliefs systems tend not to be formally structured and very focused on individual spirituality. Their beliefs can be polytheistic, animistic, pantheistic, monotheistic, bitheistic, nontheistic or a mixture of the former. Alternatively and less confusingly the term Neopagan can be used as the term has also been used for centuries as a derogotory term for any non-Abramic belief system.
Religions that have come to be considered (neo)pagan include; Wicca, Shamanism, Astatru(thought Asatruars seem to prefer the term Heathen) and, Druidism.
What it usualy says before a search box on a dictionary website (on the other side from the search button)
look up and you'll see "Look up" i.e., it's at teh top of this page...
Passing the time doing nothing much.
Obviously stems from the words "time" and "pass"...effectively meaning passing the time (but in a non-productive way).
Background: Used in India colloquially.
Q:"What's up man, What are you upto?"
Ans: "Nothing dude, just timepass"