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Guido

folk etymology; noun
Stereotypical Italian male A guido is an American of Italian decent who usually lives in New Jersey or New York. These men usually only associate with other guidos and guidettes (the female version.) These men usually lead very care-free, party-filled lives. Guidos spend a large amount of time pampering themselves and preparing to go out at night. Guido is usually used as a negative term, as most would describe these men as self-absorbed and conceited.
 
“He is such a guido.”
Etymology : Etym - From the Italian surname Guido, derived from the German Wido, which was derived from the German word Widu 'wood'.
Source : Tv Show Jersey Shore - 2009
Last modified: 8 December 2010


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