guy (n.1)

"小绳、链子、铁丝",1620年代,航海;更早的"领头羊"(14世纪中叶),来自古法语 guie "向导",也有"起重机、井架",来自 guier ,来自法兰克语 *witan "指路"或类似的日耳曼语源,来自原日耳曼语 *witanan "照看、看守、归属、责备"(来源也是德语 weisen "显示、指出",古英语 witan "责备", wite "罚款、惩罚"),来自PIE词根 *weid- "看"。或来自北海日耳曼语中的一个相关词。

guy (n.2)

"fellow",1847年,美式英语;更早,在英式英语中(1836年)"怪诞或衣着不整的人",原(1806年)"火药阴谋炸毁英国国王和议会的领导人 Guy Fawkes的肖像"(1605年11月5日)。阴谋周年纪念日时,孩子们在街上游行,这些人像被称为"福克斯的肖像"。男性专有名词来自法语,与意大利语有关 Guido

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Definitions of guy from WordNet
guy (v.)
subject to laughter or ridicule;
Synonyms: ridicule / roast / blackguard / laugh at / jest at / rib / / poke fun
guy (v.)
steady or support with a guy wire or cable;
The Italians guyed the Tower of Pisa to prevent it from collapsing
guy (n.)
an informal term for a youth or man;
a nice guy
the guy's only doing it for some doll
Synonyms: cat / hombre / bozo / sod
guy (n.)
a cable, wire, or rope that is used to brace something (especially a tent);
Synonyms: guy cable / guy wire / guy rope
Guy (n.)
an effigy of Guy Fawkes that is burned on a bonfire on Guy Fawkes Day;