1. a style of architecture used in the middle ages, consisting of pointed towers, massive structures and heavy use of stone carving and gargoyles

2. a style of literature considered both dark and romantic and heavy on the drama (see "wuthering heights") NOTE: not generally horror or supernatural stories.

3. a style of music that grew away from Punk in the late 1970's. it was propulgated by bands such as Bauhaus and Siouxsie and the Banshees, and was known for its guitar melodies, darker themes and danceable beats. along with the music came a certain fashion sence (generally attributed to be begun by Siouxsie Sioux) consisting of very dramatic eye makeup (taken from the ancient egyptians), teased hair and tattered clothing made of lace and velvet.

4. devotees of any of the above.
Europe is home to many Gothic cathedrals.
by Anonymous May 23, 2003
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An arab term meaning 'life.' But used in an affectionate way usually towards someone who means a lot to you. The urdu or hindi equivalent being 'jaan'
Massari: inta hayati..inta habibi...
Non-arab: awesome song, but what the hell is he saying?
Randomer: go urban dictionary it fool!
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n. 1. A man or woman that is tall, gorgeous, and super delicious. Like on a hot day, a tall drink of water is absolutely appealing.

2. Old slang for a visually appealing man or woman.
Would you look at hunky man? He is one tall drink of water. I could drink that RIGHT up.
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A German or Irish name meaning "Hero" or "Ruler of the home". Henry's are some of the sweetest people once you get to know them. They are also great friends, as they stand up to those who mess with others and would gladly take a bullet for someone they love. Henry's like to mess around with others, especially if they feel close to you and they care about you deeply.

Most Henry's have a troubled past and seem to daze off at random times, reflecting on that past.
Guy: That guy is a great friend, its because he's a Henry.
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Possibly the January 2018 Meme of the Month, "Do you know da wae" has taken the world by storm. Many brave, Ugandan Warriors formed by a group of Knuckles, which is a Sonic character, follow around people on VRChat, asking if they know the way. They find queens to follow, and if they find a false queen, they make spit sounds. If they find a real queen, they click their tongues to show that they are the queen's followers. This random craze is funny because of how random it is, and many people do not seem to laugh at this, usually people who are not true meme artists.
Example 1
Warrior 1: Do you know da wae?
Anime girl: what?
Warrior 2: SHE DOES NOT KNOW DA WAE SPIT ON HER SPIT MY BROTHAS
Warrior 3: Give no mercy, for this false queen is a poser

Example 2
Warrior 1: Do you know da wae?
Anime girl: Um
Warriors: She is QUEEN*CLICKING SOUND*
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Those four words roll off the tongue as a lighthearted way of asking "What's up? What's next?" And that tripping lightly stuff makes sense, since "How now, brown cow" has its origin in elocution, where the phrase was used to demonstrate properly rounded vowels.
Ron: How now, brown cow?

Paul: Not much. Just on my way to catch a movie with my girl.
by MoonCricket March 26, 2005
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Japanese Domestic Market

Usually used for cars or car parts that have been imported from Japan.
Check out the JDM SR20DET engine I got for my 240sx!
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