Film, John Wick
1.) An infamous ugly witch of East Russia, designed to spook little crumb snatchers. She is known as the devil's grandmother. She plays the role of villain and helper. 2.) The boogeyman or in John Wick's case, death reincarnated. It comes from the old Russian verb yagat which means to abuse, to find fault.
That dude climbing out the back window or sneaking out the back door to avoid getting his ass kicked because the husband came home early from his boring business trip to no-fun-having-EVER South Bend, IN. He smelled the fresh sage scent of loin lust in the air and decided to investigate. And there goes your ass trying to hustle out of there, but you'll be back cuz hubby had another trip next week. 2.) A cheating husband who commits adultery. 3.) A gay man who...well prefers back door loving.
By Chicago : Selig Polyscope Co., Publisher [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons A high-spirited, boisterous or saucy girl. 2.) A bold and carefree girl; a tomboy. The wild child of the family. Once upon a time the term only applied to rude, ignorant and awkwardly boorish boys. It wasn't until the 17th century when playwright William Wycherley introduced a female character named Mrs. Hoyden in his 1676 comedy, Plain-Dealer.
The sovereign Goddess of wisdom with dreadlocked hair to promote her African ancestry. She's an untamable force. She's nature's purifier, Mistress of creativity and destruction. She's so complex and often misunderstood. Don't believe the historical hype, Medusa is one powerful symbol of life. Pictured: Medusa by Arnold Böcklin, circa 1878