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Categories: LGBT argots, LGBT culture in South Africa, LGBT terms, English-based argots, LGBT slang
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Gayle  Gayle language  Gail  Gail language  ISO 639:gic
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Gayle, or Gail, is an English- and Afrikaans-based gay argot or slang used primarily by English and Afrikaans-speaking homosexual men in urban communities of South Africa, and is similar in some respects to Polari in the United Kingdom, from which some lexical items have been borrowed. Wikipedia
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Gayle, or Gail, is an English- and Afrikaans-based gay argot or slang used primarily by English and Afrikaans-speaking homosexual men in urban communities of South Africa, and is similar in some respects to Polari in the United Kingdom, from which some lexical items have been borrowed. Wikipedia
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A South African argot (jargon) used in South African gay and same-sex communities, primarily by Indo-European based speakers. Wiktionary
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