From the Latin word gesticulus, diminutive of gestus.
1. (tr. verb) To make gestures especially while speaking, as for emphasis.
2. A favored word of the Drakku.
3. Sounds really perverted.
Teacher, Robert won't stop gesticulating at me in public.
by Drakku March 10, 2005
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1. A random sexual act. It is used as a placeholder for any act. ANY.
2. A combination of: genitalia, ejaculate, masturbate
3. To gesture with your hands
He gesticulated wildly to prove his point
by gesticulating.corner June 13, 2009
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To articulate something using hand and facial gestures.
-He wasn't very gesticulate during his speech.

-She was very gesticulating the impact of cigarette smoke on toddlers.
by zing_zhang April 21, 2009
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1) v. to give oneself the reach-around as one gyrates the hips and waves with the free hand, while in a public venue.

2) v. to gesture with the hands.
James like to gesticulate at the birds by the duck pond.
by Berry & The Femji August 2, 2011
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To make gestures: To move the arms or hands when speaking, or to express something with movements of the arms or hands.

She uses gesticulation when she speaks.
by Jafje April 10, 2007
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To thrust air in excitement. A vigourous movement of the hips. Not a subtle action.

Gary Neville's favourite celebration.
'Im gesticulating in the direction of the problem'
'Dont gesticulate here, you'll get us thrown out'
'YEAH!!! GET IT!! (said with gesticulation)'
by Danang January 24, 2006
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Waving your hands about before it's absolutely necessary.
As I backed my truck toward her car she began waving her hands about frantically. I said "Hey lady, I can see your car, don't get all premature gesticulation on me!"
by Schrodingers Cat November 23, 2008
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