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[gey-bee] /ˈgeɪ bi/
noun, plural gabies. British Dialect.
a fool.
Origin of gaby
1790-1800; origin uncertain


[gab-ee] /ˈgæb i/
a female given name, form of Gabriella. Unabridged
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  • There were champions also of "gaby," a long nosed creature which outranged all the rest.

    The A.E.F. Heywood Broun
  • You wouldn't want to marry us if we weren't, would you, gaby?

  • We sat in the library, and were presently joined by Paul Jennings and gaby.

    The Brightener C. N. Williamson
  • gaby Dupuy was wishing that the summer were over; she was a model.

    To Tell You the Truth Leonard Merrick
  • "That gaby Lorraine is in it somehow, all the same," I decided.

    The Brightener C. N. Williamson
  • gaby's qualities had never placed her among the stars of her profession.

    To Tell You the Truth Leonard Merrick
British Dictionary definitions for gaby


noun (pl) -bies
(archaic or dialect) a simpleton
Word Origin
C18: of unknown origin
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