noun, Prison Slang.
time deducted from an inmate’s sentence for good behavior while in prison.
(of a person) wildly seeking pleasure
1928, from good (adj.) + time. Expression to have a good time “enjoy oneself” attested from 1822; earlier have a good time of it (1771). To make good time “go fast” is from 1838.
Time deducted from a prison term for good behavior: a period of solitary confinement and a loss of ”good time” (1870+ Prison)
see: have a good time
- Good-time Charlie
[goo d-tahym] /ˈgʊdˌtaɪm/ noun, Informal. 1. an affable, sociable, pleasure-loving man. noun phrase A man devoted to partying and pleasure; bon vivant (1927+) Affable, convivial fellow, as in Joe was a typical good-time Charlie, always ready for a party. [ ; 1920s ]
[gon-uh-ree-uh] /ˌgɒn əˈri ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. a contagious, purulent inflammation of the urethra or the vagina, caused by the gonococcus. n. also gonorrhoea, 1520s, from Late Latin gonorrhoia, from gonos “seed” (see gonad) + rhoe “flow,” from rhein “to flow” (see rheum). Mucus discharge was mistaken for semen. In early records often Gomoria, etc., […]
[gon-uh-pawr, -pohr] /ˈgɒn əˌpɔr, -ˌpoʊr/ noun, Zoology. 1. an opening through which eggs or sperm are released, especially in invertebrates. /ˈɡɒnəˌpɔː/ noun 1. an external pore in insects, earthworms, etc, through which the gametes are extruded gonopore (gŏn’ə-pôr’) A reproductive aperture or pore, especially of certain insects and worms.
[gon-uh-poh-dee-uh m] /ˌgɒn əˈpoʊ di əm/ noun, plural gonopodia [gon-uh-poh-dee-uh] /ˌgɒn əˈpoʊ di ə/ (Show IPA). Ichthyology. 1. the modified anal fin of a male poeciliid fish, serving as an organ of copulation.