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guy /ɡaɪ/ n
  1. informal a man or youth
  2. Brit a crude effigy of Guy Fawkes, usually made of old clothes stuffed with straw or rags, that is burnt on top of a bonfire on Guy Fawkes Day
  3. Brit a person in shabby or ludicrously odd clothes
  4. (plural) informal persons of either sex
  1. (transitive) to make fun of; ridicule
Etymology: 19th Century: short for Guy Fawkes
guy /ɡaɪ/ n
  1. a rope, chain, wire, etc, for anchoring an object, such as a radio mast, in position or for steadying or guiding it while being hoisted or lowered
  1. (transitive) to anchor, steady, or guide with a guy or guys
Etymology: 14th Century: probably from Low German; compare Dutch gei brail, geiblok pulley, Old French guie guide, from guier to guide

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