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LUCCHETTI Gino P. Jr. (Guido), was taken to heaven on November 26 at the age of 36. He was born on August 5, 1978 in Newton, MA ("The Lake"). Gino leaves behind his beloved parents, Gino and Louise Lucchetti, two adoring brothers, Louis Paul Lucchetti, Michael Lucchetti and his sister- in-law Glenda Lucchetti and his nephew and godson Dante. Grandmother, Pasqualina Lucchetti, Aunts and Uncles, Joanne Smith, Loretta and Jay Busa, Anthony and Nancy Pellegrini, Louie Pellegrini, Anne-Marie Pellegrini, Linda and Dan Anderson, Larry Lucchetti, Mario and Kelly Lucchetti, Anna and Brian Riffe and a loving girlfriend, Lisa Gallinelli. Grandson of those he is with in heaven, Anthony "Fats" Pellegrini, Joanne "Mac" Pellegrini, and Pasquale Lucchetti. Services will be held at Magni Funeral Home, 365 Watertown Street, NEWTON, MA 02458. Sunday, November 30th from 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Monday December 1st from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, December 2nd at 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady’s Parish in Newton. Burial to follow in Newton Cemetery. Throughout Gino’s life he has been a dedicated philanthropist in support of two amazing organizations, The Nonantum Children’s Christmas Party Association and The John M. Barry Boys and Girls Club of Newton. In Lieu of flowers his family requests that a donation be made to either organization in honor of his life. The Nonantum Children’s Christmas Party Association, P.O Box 12, Nonantum, MA 02458. The John M. Barry Boys and Girls Club of Newton, 675 Watertown Street, Newton, MA 02460
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Here, we’ll provide you with a glossary of Lake Lingo terms, their definitions, and examples of their use in a sentence. Please excuse me in advance if some of them are border-line inappropriate, but there’re
there for educational purposes only.

1. Moosh = Guy, Male, Man, Dude, Friend, Man/Boy from The Lake
2. Jivel = Women, Girl, or Women/Girl from The Lake
3. Quistya = Awesome, Good, Nice
4. Divya = Crazy
5. Dovile = Crazy
6. BreeKai = Women, Girl
7. Quivah = Women, Girl, or Female Body Part
8. Quivahs = Breasts
9. Cory = Male Body Part
10. Ovahchey = To Lie, to Deceive, (to B.S. someone)
11. Muskah = Police Officer
12. Coy yah Moy = “Be Quiet” or “Shut Your mouth”
13. Suv = To Have Sexual Relations
14. Jawl = To Steal, Rob
15. Jawl = To BS
16. Jawl = To Have Sexual Relations
17. Jawl the Cory = To Pleasure Oneself
18. Cory Jawlah = (see above)
19. Chawh = Steal or Rob
20. Earey = Listening
21. Wongah = Money
22. C-Note = Not specifically Lake Lingo but commonly used
23. Saw Buck = Ten-Dollar Bill
24. Finniff or Finn = Five-Dollar Bill
25. Gingeed = Drunk
26. Sauc'n = Drinking
25. Chabbey = Kid or Baby, Young Child
26. Pinched = Arrested, Locked Up, Jammed Up (Not specifically Lake Lingo but commonly used)
27. Inga = Unattractive
28. Ingry = Unattractive Women, Something Gross or Disgusting.
29. Geech = Go Away
30. Pukkak = To Speak, To Talk
31 Gash = Effeminate Male, Girly Man
32. Pissah = Awesome (More so a Bostonian expression)
33. Dicky Kai Dotti = Look at that Girl
34. Dicky Kai = To Look or to See
35. Gone = Crazy
35. Soft = Crazy
36. Cormunga = Gun, Pistol
37. Minge = Female Body Part                                     ​

If I think of more for sure I will post them.

God Bless


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