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veejay

1. noun A spelling of the pronunciation of "VJ," an initialism of "video jockey," referring to someone who introduces or describes videos, especially music videos, as during live performances or for a television program. He used to be a really popular veejay on MTV back in the day.
2. verb To work as a video jockey. I heard he got a gig veejaying for some new music channel on weekends.
3. noun, slang A woman's vagina. I'd really rather not discuss what's going to happen to my veejay when the baby arrives, thanks.

veejay

and VJ and video jock
n. a video jockey; a host on a television program that features music videos. (see also disk jockey.) Sally tried out for the veejay job, but she looked too old and stuffy for that kind of work.
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It has also made film- makers take me more seriously," said Sunny, who is busy promoting her show Splitsvilla 7 along with co- host veejay Nikhil Chinappa.
MTV's tradition of holding a veejay hunt every year since 1998 has now been emulated by children's channel Nickelodeon, which held a contest called "Chhota Veejay" (Young Veejay) won by 12-year-old Shiv Tandon.
Veejays' local languages and attitudes have helped Channel V become relevant to the young music-loving masses.
"We used to let veejays say what they feel like," Askew explains.
Partyers included popular Brit band Morcheeba, Italian singer Nicolo Fabi and MTV Italy veejays Marco Maccarini, host of "Total Request Live," and Mao and Francesco Mandelli, aka Nongiovane, frontmen of the new "RomaLive" show.