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A scottish word meaning a foolish person or someone acting the fool.
What a gype, pushing a door when it clearly says pull.
by stooryduster December 04, 2005
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Dejagoo is the strange feeling that you've been in this sticky situation before. It is dejavu due to goo. Usual symptoms are shivers down once's spine followed by disgust, especially if actual goo is involved.
Dude I like just like stepped in doggy doodoo. And i was like, oh dude this feels familiar. Then I remembered that I like stepped in pup poo like last weekend too. Surreal man, it was like total dejagoo.
by Hukra March 14, 2009
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To steal, rip-off, exploit, plagiarize, etc., but with a more insulting and dirtier tone.
I'm going to gype that stereo.

We were totally gyped on that deal.
by s4xton March 18, 2005
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Slang word for iPad, pronounced like hype but with a J
I just went to the apple store and bought my self a new gype and computer.
by Poopybutthole432 April 16, 2019
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tacky crap, plastic junk, gee-gaw
"I went to the flea market where everyone was selling their gype."
by Elizabeth January 02, 2004
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an undefined discusting liquid or sludge or combinations there of.
liquid manure etc.
there was gype leaking out the rear door of the garbage truck.
i got gype all over my pants while i was shoveling out the drain basin. I got gyped today, I had to go home and change.
by richard jessen March 22, 2006
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A (fake) national game invented by G.K.Chesterton, H.G.Wells and Edward Clerihew Bentley.
"I also remember that it was we who invented the well-known
and widespread national game of Gype. All sorts of variations
and complications were invented in connection with Gype.
There was Land Gype and Water Gype. I myself cut out and coloured
pieces of cardboard of mysterious and significant shapes,
the instruments of Table Gype; a game for the little ones. It was
even duly settled what disease threatened the over-assiduous player;
he tended to suffer from Gype's Ear. My friends and I introduced
allusions to the fashionable sport in our articles; Bentley successfully
passed one through the Daily News and I through some other paper.
Everything was in order and going forward; except the game itself,
which has not yet been invented." -- "Autobiography"
by Martin Ward August 24, 2006
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