A surname of French origin. translated to mean 'the way', referring to a route or place. Often used in reference to Railroad tracks and could have its origins referring to people who live near or around roads.
by DrJ_83 March 31, 2009
A verb meaning to screw up a business appointment, to forget an important meeting time/place, to miss your business flight, or to generally act in an unprofessional manner.
Man, I really lavoied that business trip! I lost my laptop in the cab on the way to the airport, I was held back by airport security for being a knob & missed my flight, and when I finally arrived I tried to check into the wrong hotel.
by Darin Otte August 23, 2006