Italian word meaning someone who
1) Eats too much and is a pig
2) Or takes more than he can eat
Frankie is such a gavone, look how many canolis he took.
by Kracky The Killa May 5, 2004
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Gavone is not by any mean an italian word.It's a mispelled
"Cafone" which is italian and means rude people especially from countryside.
Dude1: Ooooo I farted.

Dude2: Gavone.
by Ziobello December 6, 2005
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Typical candidate: Italian-American Male. Age 25-45. 200+ lbs. Most definitely from Staten Island, Brooklyn or Jersey. Typically frequents restaurants that are either all you can eat, have buffets or serve large portions.

Actions: Fills his plate a mile high. Stuffs his face. Devours the food. Doesn’t even taste the food prior to swallowing it down.
At the Nantucket yacht club there was a group of gentleman stacking clams on their plates as high as a mountain. When they returned to their table, they scarfed them down as fast as possible before quickly returning to the raw bar.

WASP #1: Who are those gavones eating all the clams?!
WASP #2: They must be from Staten Island.
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a word that the cool epicurean italians call the fake phony italians who talk and act like the sopranos
cafone: eeyy, fuggedaboutit!

ginzo: shut the heck up.
by anonymous March 30, 2005
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Ignore the other definitions. It’s just Italian for “pig” and you use it the same way as in English. If someone eats too much and is a slob with marinara down their tight fitting wife-beater undershirt, they’re a “dirty gavone”; or if they throw their trash out the window on the highway “what a fuckin’ gavone!”
Me: You see that fat fuck eating the Mortadella sandwich with mustard running down his chin?

You: Fucking gavones everywhere on Arthur Avenue!
by Dliguori February 15, 2022
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