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Randy J — (Randy J. Shams) is the guitarist and founder of the surf indie pop band The Tarantulas. Born in Orlando, Florida, Randy J moved to Los Angeles in 1987 and shortly thereafter began composing music for film trailers and TV spots. After 6 years in… … Wikipedia
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randy — [ran′dē] adj. randier, randiest [prob. < rand, dial. var. of RANT + Y2] 1. Chiefly Scot. coarse; crude; vulgar 2. sexually aroused; amorous; lustful n. pl. randies Scot. a vulgar, quarrels … English World dictionary
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randy — adj British sexually aroused, lecherous. A word which was formerly considered unsuita ble for normal use but which, since the 1960s, has been used in the media and in respectable conversation. (Mickey Dolenz of the pop group The Monkees heard the … Contemporary slang
randy — British eager for copulation A ran dan was a carouse: Is the laird on the ran dan the night? (Tweeddale, 1896) and randy is a corruption of it. In the late 19th century A randy sort o a ooman (EDD) was one who enjoyed a good… … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
randy — UK [ˈrændɪ] / US adjective Word forms randy : adjective randy comparative randier superlative randiest informal someone who feels randy wants to have sex or wants to touch someone in a sexual way Derived word: randiness noun uncountable … English dictionary