[gwee-doh; Italian gwee-daw] /ˈgwi doʊ; Italian ˈgwi dɔ/
a male given name.
masc. proper name, Italian, literally “leader,” of Germanic origin (see guide (v.)). As a type of gaudy machoism often associated with Italian-Americans, 1980s, teen slang, from the name of character in Hollywood film Risky Business” (1983).
A gaudy macho type: Guido: a greasy, pimpy, open-shirted, hairy-chested, gold-chaindanglin’ sleazoid/ It’s not my fault I look like a Guido
[1980s+ Teenagers; the name of a character in the 1983 movie Risky Business]
[gahyd-n] /ˈgaɪd n/ noun, Military. 1. a small flag or streamer carried as a guide, for marking or signaling, or for identification. 2. the soldier carrying it. /ˈɡaɪdən/ noun 1. a small pennant, used as a marker or standard, esp by cavalry regiments 2. the man or vehicle that carries this n. “small flag,” 1540s, […]
[gyd-wil-ee, gweed-] /ˌgüdˈwɪl i, ˌgwid-/ noun, adjective, Scot. Obsolete. 1. .
[gwee-yen] /gwiˈyɛn/ noun 1. a former province in SW France. /French ɡɥijɛn/ noun 1. a former province of SW France: formed, with Gascony, the duchy of Aquitaine during the 12th century
[geej, geezh] /gidʒ, giʒ/ noun, Armor. 1. a shoulder strap attached to the inner side of a shield.