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şen
{s} canlı
{s} canlı, parlak ve güzel (renk); parlak ve güzel renkli
{s} hoppa
{i} nonoş
{s} keyifli
{i} eşcinsel

En iyi kuaförler eşcinsel. - The best hairdressers are gay.

Ben eşcinsel değilim, ama benim erkek arkadaşım eşcinsel. - I am not gay, but my boyfriend is.

{s} homoseksüel

Heteroseksüel misin yoksa homoseksüel mi? Ben heteroseksüelim. - Are you straight or gay? I'm straight.

(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) gay
{s} neşeli
argo ibne
sevici
parlak
mutlu
ibne
{s} yüzsüz
sefih
gaynessneşe
gaylyneşeyle
{s} utanmaz
{s} pasaklı
gayetygaiety
{s} hovarda
homoseksüel/canlı/mutlu
homo

Heteroseksüel misin yoksa homoseksüel mi? Ben heteroseksüelim. - Are you straight or gay? I'm straight.

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gay woman
neşeli kadın
gay man
gay adam
gay marriage
Eşcinsel evliliği
gay pride
gay gurur
gay bird
(isim)şeli kimse
gay bird
neşeli kimse
gay dog
köftehor
gay dog
neşeli adam
gay dog
hovarda adam
gay dog
çapkın adam
gaily
neşeyle
gaily
gamsız
are you gay
eşcinsel misin
gaily
neşeli bir şekilde
gayness
sevicilik
gayness
neşe
gayness
ibnelik
gayness
neşelilik
cheerful, gay, carefree
Gay, dertsiz neşeli
nose gay
burun gay
being gay
homoseksüellik
gaily
neşe ile
gaily
aldırışsız
gaily
canlı bir şekilde
gaily
gayly bak gay
gaily
şen şakrak
gaily
kaygısız
gayly
keyifli bir şekilde
gayness
homoseksüellik
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Определение gay в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

GAYS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yağmur
GAYS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yağmurla meydana çıkan çayır
GAYS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İmdad. Yardım
enola gay
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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A male given name. Also a shortened form of Gabriel, Gaylord and similar names, or transferred from the surname

It didn't use to mean what it means now. Plenty were named Gay. Even in Nevada. Was old Gay Pitch had a gas station in Winnemucca. Nobody thought nothin about it and he raised a railroad car of kids.- - -.

An English surname, originally a nickname for a cheerful or lively person
A female given name from the word gay, "joyful"; rare today
Used to express dislike: Lame, uncool, stupid

This game is gay, let’s play a different one. = I dislike this game, let’s play a different one.

Homosexual
Characteristic of homosexual appearance or behavior (often in a stereotypical sense)

This incident has become a source of much discussion, and the jury is still out on who is more gay: the guy who touched a dick or the guy who let a guy touch his dick. One could write volumes about the homophobically homoerotic undercurrents in the infantry.

Upright or curved over the back

By now Nora had left my side and was grappling with Maisie, trying to hold her still long enough to examine her bit. “You haven’t trained her well,” she muttered to Eli. “Oh, she’s got a gay tail!” Eli laughed. “A gay tail? What does that mean?” “It curls upward.” Nona let Maisie go. “Still, you never intended her to be a show dog,” she added. brushing off her skirt as she made for the house.

a homosexual, especially a male homosexual; see also lesbian
Happy, joyful, and lively

like the carefree team of Rogers and Astaire, The Gay Divorcee is gay in its mood and smart in its approach..

Festive, bright, or colourful

Make the Yule-tide gay / From now on our troubles will be miles away.

Feminine in behavior, or, non-masculine, behaving in a way associated with females
bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer; "a cheery hello"; "a gay sunny room"; "a sunny smile"
{a} airy, merry, fine, showy
{n} an ornament
Sometimes a shortened form of Gabriel
given name, female
An English surname
offering fun and gaiety; "a gala ball after the inauguration"; "a festive (or festal) occasion"; "gay and exciting night life"; "a merry evening"
Excited with merriment; manifesting sportiveness or delight; inspiring delight; livery; merry
someone who practices homosexuality; having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex
brightly colored and showy; "girls decked out in brave new dresses"; "brave banners flying"; "`braw' is a Scottish word"; "a dress a bit too gay for her years"; "birds with gay plumage"
A gay person is fun to be with because they are lively and cheerful. I am happy and free, in good health, gay and cheerful
{s} happy, cheerful; homosexual, attracted to members of the same gender
A gay person is homosexual. The quality of life for gay men has improved over the last two decades. the gay community. straight Gays are homosexual people, especially homosexual men. More importantly, gays have proved themselves to be style leaders. + gayness gay·ness Mike's admission of his gayness
Inflamed or merry with liquor; intoxicated; dissipated [Colloquial ]
antedate 1978
Loose; dissipated; lewd
Brilliant in colors; splendid; fine; richly dressed
A non-derogatory term used to describe a person who has a sexual or emotional preference for the same sex Also known as: homosexual, queer, fag
given to social pleasures often including dissipation; "led a gay Bohemian life"; "a gay old rogue with an eye for the ladies"
Used to express dislike: Lame, uncool
To some the ultimate form of male bonding, to others the ulitmate in mal-bonding
{i} homosexual, one who is attracted to members of the same gender
A gay object is brightly coloured and pretty to look at. I like gay, relaxing paintings. = cheerful. English writer known especially for his play The Beggar's Opera (1728). someone who is homosexual, especially a man. gay rights movement Gay John Gay Lussac Joseph Louis Marvin Pentz Gay
full of or showing high-spirited merriment; "when hearts were young and gay"; "a poet could not but be gay, in such a jocund company"- Wordsworth; "the jolly crowd at the reunion"; "jolly old Saint Nick"; "a jovial old gentleman"; "have a merry Christmas"; "peals of merry laughter"; "a mirthful laugh
homosexual or arousing homosexual desires
An ornament homosexual or arousing homosexual desires given to social pleasures often including dissipation; "led a gay Bohemian life"; "a gay old rogue with an eye for the ladies"
Doris
uplifting
Gay Games
A sports and cultural event held every four years for LGBT people
gay 90s
A derogatory term based on the prior definition referring to the fact that the 1990s seemed lousy in comparison
gay 90s
A romanticized vision of the 1890s; compare with roaring 20s
gay apparel
Festive attire, party clothes

From the Christmas Carol Deck the Halls: Don we now our gay apparel..

gay bar
A tavern or similar nightclub whose primary clientele is homosexuals
gay bars
plural form of gay bar
gay blade
A gay person, or person displaying homosexual qualities

He is such a gayblade.

gay blade
A dashing youth
gay blade
A dashing swordsman
gay blades
plural form of gay blade
gay bob
One who is acting in a manner divergent from the group, by comparison with a homosexual

The others called me a gay bob when I wouldn't ditch class with them.

gay bob
Divergent from the group, by comparison with a homosexual

If you're too gay bob and want to go play with your dolls instead, I guess you don't have to play football with us.

gay bomb
A theoretical chemical weapon intended to make soldiers of an opposing force sexually attracted to one another
gay club
A nightclub whose clientele consists primarily of homosexual men
gay curious
Curious about one's homosexuality, curious to try homosexuality
gay dog
A womanizer
gay dogs
plural form of gay dog
gay for the stay
of a normally heterosexual person, engaging in homosexual sex acts when segregated from the opposite sex
gay icon
A celebrity who is much admired by gay men and/or lesbians
gay marriages
plural form of gay marriage
gay marry
to marry

Heartache schmartache, I don't want to gay-marry you, oh sizzling Sapphite.

gay marry
to marry a person of the same sex

First, sex doesn't hover cutely over the ceremony, because everyone assumes gay-marrying types are the least-sexual gay people.

gay marry
to unite in a gay marriage

Clearly the governor is angling for an administration job, which he'll accept once he's finished gay marrying the entire state of California.

gay panic defense
A defence in which self-defence against an unwanted homosexual advance is claimed as the motive for an assault
gay pride
Expressing solidarity among members of the LGBT community
gay pride
Short-hand for any such parade
gay rights
The concept that people of minority sexual orientations, such as homosexuality, are entitled to all the rights and considerations due to the majority orientation
gay sex
Sex or sexual acts between members of the same gender
gay up
To make something more appealing to the gay community e.g. by adding gay characters to a soap opera
gay up
To give something perceived gay characteristics
gay wedding
A wedding between a gay couple
gay-ass
Lame, uncool
gay-friendly
open to, but not necessarily aimed at, homosexuals
gay-marry
Alternative spelling of gay marry
gay-you
A type of fishing boat used in Annam
Gay Pride
a political movement that began in the U.S. and encourages gay people to be open about the fact that they are gay and to be proud of themselves
gay liberation movement
the movement aimed at liberating homosexuals from legal or social or economic oppression
gay lifestyle
homosexual way of life, lifestyle characterized by attraction to members of the same gender
gay man
happy man, joyful man; homosexual man, man who is sexually attracted to other men
gay man
a homosexual man
gay rights movement
or homosexual rights movement Civil-rights movement that advocates equal rights for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals. Supporters of gay rights seek to eliminate sodomy laws barring homosexual acts between consenting adults and call for an end to discrimination against gay men and lesbians in employment, credit, lending, housing, marriage, adoption, public accommodations, and other areas of life. The first group to campaign publicly was founded in Berlin in 1897 by Magnus Hirschfeld (1868-1935) and had 25 local chapters in Europe by 1922; suppressed by the Nazis, it did not survive World War II. The first U.S. support group, the Mattachine Society, was founded in Los Angeles 1950; the Daughters of Bilitis, for lesbians, was founded in San Francisco in 1955. The Dutch Association for the Integration of Homosexuality COC, founded as the COC (Cultuur en Ontspannings Centrum ["Culture and Recreation Center"]) in 1946 and headquartered in Amsterdam, is a prominent European group and the oldest existing gay rights organization. Many date the expansion of the modern gay rights movement to the Stonewall rebellion in New York City in 1969, when a raid by police on a gay bar called the Stonewall Inn provoked a riot by bar patrons. "Stonewall" came to be commemorated annually by the observance of Gay and Lesbian Pride Week in cities around the world. The International Lesbian and Gay Association (founded 1978), headquartered in Brussels, lobbies for human rights and opposes discrimination against homosexuals. Although the movement is strongest in western Europe and North America, gay rights organizations exist in many countries throughout the world. Among the major issues pressed by gay rights advocates in the 1990s and into the 21st century were the passage of hate crime laws and the establishment of legal rights for homosexuals to marry, adopt children, and serve openly in the military
gay-lussac
French chemist and physicist who first isolated boron and who formulated the law describing the behavior of gases under constant pressure (1778-1850)
gay-lussac's law
(physics) the density of an ideal gas at constant pressure varies inversely with the temperature
gay-rights activist
person who works to further the rights of homosexuals
A-gay
An A-list gay; an affluent, well-connected, upwardly mobile gay man or woman

We who suffered the pain of playground exclusion now practice an enforced segregation with an effectiveness that designates certain members of our community as A-gays and marks the rest as inferior.

I'm gay
Indicates that the speaker is a homosexual
anti-gay
against or opposed to gay ideas or gay people, or rights for gay people
ex-ex-gay
Of or pertaining to a person who used to be ex-gay and involved with the ex-gay movement, but who now fully identifies with gay people and considers himself/herself gay
ex-gay
Of or pertaining to (purportedly) ex-gay people
ex-gay
Having formerly been gay (homosexual), but no longer being so
ex-gay
An [[#Adjective|ex-gay]] person
ex-gay
Having formerly identified as gay, but no longer identifying as so
gaily
Merrily; showily
gayer
Somebody who is gay (in the sense of either homosexual or uncool)

Facist sic] Frankie, PMSL, you gayers are funny.

gayer
Comparative form of gay: more gay
gayly
Cheerfully; in a gay manner
gayness
The state of being gay (cheerful etc.)
gayness
The state of being gay (homosexual)
land rights for gay whales
a parody of typical greenie policies and those that support them
gaily
merrily
gaily
{a} airily, merrily, showily, finely
gaily
{a} splendidly, see gayly
gayly
{a} airily, merrily, showily, finely
Enola Gay
U.S. aircraft that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima (Japan) during World War II
I am gay
I am happy; I am a homosexual
John Gay
born , June 30, 1685, Barnstaple, Devon, Eng. died Dec. 4, 1732, London British poet and dramatist. From an ancient but impoverished Devonshire family, Gay was apprenticed to a silk mercer in London but was released early. He soon cofounded the journal The British Apollo. His poetry collections included Rural Sports (1713) and Trivia (1716). He is best known for the ballad opera The Beggar's Opera (1728), which ran for 62 performances (the longest run to that date). The play, with music by John C. Pepusch (1667-1752), was a cynical tale of thieves and highwaymen intended to mirror the moral degradation of society; its success made it a landmark in music-theatre history. It was adapted by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill as The Threepenny Opera (1928). Gay was buried in Westminster Abbey
Joseph -Louis Gay-Lussac
born Dec. 6, 1778, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, France died May 9, 1850, Paris French chemist and physicist. He showed that all gases expand by the same fraction of their volume for a given temperature increase; this led to the devising of a new temperature scale whose profound thermodynamic significance was later established by Lord Kelvin. Taking measurements from a balloon flying more than 20,000 ft (6,000 m) high, he concluded that Earth's magnetic intensity and atmospheric composition were constant to that altitude. With Alexander von Humboldt, he determined the proportions of hydrogen and oxygen in water. He is remembered as a pioneer investigator of the behaviour of gases and techniques of chemical analysis and a founder of meteorology
Joseph Gay-Lussac
born Dec. 6, 1778, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, France died May 9, 1850, Paris French chemist and physicist. He showed that all gases expand by the same fraction of their volume for a given temperature increase; this led to the devising of a new temperature scale whose profound thermodynamic significance was later established by Lord Kelvin. Taking measurements from a balloon flying more than 20,000 ft (6,000 m) high, he concluded that Earth's magnetic intensity and atmospheric composition were constant to that altitude. With Alexander von Humboldt, he determined the proportions of hydrogen and oxygen in water. He is remembered as a pioneer investigator of the behaviour of gases and techniques of chemical analysis and a founder of meteorology
a gay life
a happy and joyous existence
gaily
in a gay manner; "the scandals were gaily diverting
gaily
in a gay manner; "the scandals were gaily diverting"
gaily
happily, joyfully, cheerfully; with bright colors or decorations; flamboyantly (also gayly)
gaily
Something that is gaily coloured or gaily decorated is coloured or decorated in a bright, pretty way. He put on a gaily coloured shirt. gaily painted front doors. = brightly
gaily
If you do something gaily, you do it in a lively, happy way. Magda laughed gaily
gayer
comparative of gay
gayest
most gay
gayly
In a gay manner}
gayly
Finely; splendidly; showily; as, ladies gayly dressed; a flower gayly blooming
gayly
in a joyous manner; "they shouted happily"
gayly
happily, joyfully, cheerfully; with bright colors or decorations; flamboyantly (also gaily)
gayly
With mirth and frolic; merrily; blithely; gleefully
gayness
Gayety; finery
gayness
The state of being gay (in the sense of "homosexual")
gayness
a sexual attraction to (or sexual relations with) persons of the same sex
gayness
{i} happiness, joyfulness; homosexuality
gays
plural of gay
post-gay
defined or explained by homosexuals (referring to their lives) by something else rather than by their sexual behavior
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(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) gay
gay
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