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
ALL HAIL THE QUEEN! A trendsetting diva. But not every gay guy in a wig can be crowned such an immense title. You must be highly skilled at performance art, flawless makeup, sickening gowns, have quick wit and excel in fabulousness to deserve the word. Photo by Mathu Andersen
A whorish man known to hump the neighborhood chicks, pigs, and felines. The spreader of fleas. Occasionally found tied to his pole or in the dog house. 2.) An informant, traitor. One who betrays fellow criminals, like that of a stool pigeon. 3.) A regional term of address to a dude on the street. "What's up dog?" 4.) Your roll dog, homie and wingman. This guy will have your back, drink you under the table and laugh at your troubles just to make you feel better.