gesticulate \juh-STIK-yuh-layt\, intransitive verb:
- To make gestures or motions, especially while speaking or instead of speaking.
- To indicate or express by gestures.
Origin: Gesticulate is from Latin gesticulatus, past participle of gesticulari, "to gesticulate," from gesticulus, diminutive of gestus, "gesture, action."
- As opposed to a blind date, where you have no idea what the other person looks like, a nearsighted date is one where you've seen a photo or chatted via web cam before meeting in person. This can often lead to disappointment if one person or the other has supplied misleading documentation.
"Well, I saw her profile pics on Facebook, so it was more of a nearsighted date than a blind date."
"That's the last nearsighted date I ever go on...her profile pic must have been 5 years, 3 hair colors and 2 kids ago."
"Went on a nearsighted date last night. The picture he emailed me must have been from before he quit the gym."
- Gene Freese 1934 - Baseball
- Yvette Mimieux 1941 - Actress ("The Time Machine", "The Most Deadly Game")
- Stephen Hawking 1942 - Theoretical physicist, writer (A Brief History of Time)
- Ron Ellis 1945 - Hockey player
- Robby Krieger 1946 - Musician (The Doors)
- David Bowie (David Robert Jones) 1947 Singer, movies
- Terry Sylvester 1947 (Hollies, Swinging Blue Jeans)
- Joe Reed 1948 - Football player
- John McTiernan 1951 - Director
- Calvin Smith 1961
- Maria Patillo 1965 - Actress
- R. Kelly 1969
- Ami Dolenz 1969 - Actress
- Jeff Abercrombie - Musician (Fuel)
- Jenny Lewis 1976 - Actress
Genevieve Nicole Cortese Padalecki 1981- Actress ("Supernatural")