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gazabo

[ guh-zey-boh ]
/ gəˈzeɪ boʊ /
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noun, plural ga·za·bos.Older Slang.
a fellow; man; boy.
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Also gazebo.

Origin of gazabo

1895–1900; perhaps <Spanish gazapo sly customer, sharpie, literally, bunny, young rabbit, akin to Portuguese caçapo; Iberian Rom word of obscure origin
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