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Is 'Allegro' a male or a female ?!
Specter Phoenix
Member #1,425
July 2001

bamccaig said:

Apparently, according to, Allegro is female, and there's a derived name "Allegra" which is also female.


ALLEGRA is a delicate ballet-dancer name; ALLEGRO, which means a fast-paced movement in music, is stronger and more vibrant.

So according to, Allegro is a manly female? :-/:o

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Member #8,381
March 2007

Allegro is a manly female?

That sounds gay. And I think Allegro is a killer train, a train that's killing people.

Chris Katko
Member #1,881
January 2002

I think only half the word is gay. The gay half. The other half is straight.

Wait. What the hell are we talking about?

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Member #2,229
April 2002

Okay, found an image of a female alligator... Alexa maybe? ;)


Eric Johnson
Member #14,841
January 2013

Neil Roy said:

Okay, found an image of a female alligator... Alexa maybe? ;)

Well, that's all, folks; I've now officially seen it all. Thanks, Neil. I can stop using the Internet now. That's a wrap. :o

Member #358
May 2000

bamccaig said:

Apparently, according to

How much can that site be trusted though?

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