adv 1.To behave like a real, down-to-earth man. ex – The Prime Minister guyly drank a pint of beer with fellow citizens
2. To behave manly or pretend to be (physically) strong for the sake of mocking a situation, ex – The Technical Lead Programmer guyly flexed his muscles and started to code on a Boyer-Moore-Horspool algorithm
Origin: Popular term coined at so-called ‘Weblogs’. See also ‘weblogging’.