Definitions

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  • n. A male homosexual.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The rich vegetation includes; species of savanna such as nance Byrsonima crassifolia; high altitude forest with chicle Manilkara zapota, 'ramon' or bread-nut tree Brosimum alicastrum, West Indian mahogany Swietenia macrophylla (E), cedar Cedrela odorata, palma de botan (palm) Sabal morrisiana and palma de escobo Chrysophyllum argentearum, 'tinto' lowland forest with Hematoxylum campechianum; wetlands with tule Typha sp. around water bodies.

    Tikal National Park, Guatemala

  • Action/Adventure, Comedy, Romance, Screenwriting, Ben-Stiller, Cameron-Crowe, Reese-Witherspoon t-nance has Cameron Crowe been working on the road with Heart?

    Cameron Crowe’s Tropical Romantic Comedy Details Revealed | /Film

  • Then there are the many tropical fruits, including nance, mamey and marañon, from which the cashew nut grows.

    Cooking in the Yucatan: bright flavors and unique ingredients

  • “Then you refinance at a better rate,” they assured me.

    Douglas Rushkoff - Life Inc: Introduction

  • Fish CN GT FKD - all there FKN slimey nance feral schenanGNs.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Answers! Answers! Precious answers.

  • One suggestion from the team at the OED is that it is related to nance, from nancy for an effeminate male.

    On a child's view of English

  • She continues that she heard her father and Rosalind talking about L. in the morning, and her father called him “that nance.”

    L. Debard and Aliette

  • OK, here's some more: suadero = a beef cut, I don't know what part of the cow it's from huarache = A really big tostada sold in Mexico City nance = sour cherry winny = in Chihuahua, means a hot dog.

    My Spanish - English Mexican Food Lexicon

  • Lady Betty was very urgent with us to pass the evening with her; but we excused ourselves; and when we were in the coach, Mr. Reeves told me, that I should find the baronet a very troublesome and resolute lover, if I did not give him counte-nance.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • And how was the sunshine that gilded her fine counte-nance, shut in!

    Sir Charles Grandison

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