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A gust of gnarly wind caused by the frantic wing flapping of a large group of pigeons that usually blasts you in the face. The wind may carry miscellaneous contents or debris or MM (see 'MM' definition).
When you are walking down a busy street, be aware of the pigeons. If you try to move them out of your way so that you don't step on them, they will become frantic, start flapping their pigeon wings, kick up the dirt all around them and blow it in your face as they escape their demise. You just got a taste of pigeon wind. Nasty.
by BBeans November 19, 2010
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The breeze you feel against your skin from the too-close-for-comfort harried and rapid flight and flap of pigeons, most specifically on city streets.
Failure to properly navigate a flock of hobbling pigeons can lead to a grazing of one's head by dirty wing, or more commonly, a gust of pigeon wind across the face from their frenzied and often disoriented departure.

"Oh god, I just felt a waft of pigeon wind at the back of my neck."
by Shaira February 23, 2007
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The breeze you feel against your skin from the too-close-for-comfort harried and rapid flight and flap of pigeons, most specifically on city streets.
Failure to properly navigate a flock of hobbling pigeons can lead to a grazing of one's head by dirty wing, or more commonly, a gust of pigeon wind across the face from their frenzied and often disoriented departure.

"Oh god, I just felt a waft of pigeon wind at the back of my neck."
by Shaira February 20, 2007
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