No, according to the dictionary.
We've already been over how arguing from the dictionary definition of word merely shows it is one of the commonly accepted definitions, not a "correct" definition.
In other words, your argument is essentially "people agree with me, therefore I'm right", which isn't a real argument at all.
You'll have to do better than "other people agree with me" to make a convincing argument, and you've never done better.
And please answer this question:
Tell me, BL, do you feel badly about the lies you tell to promote the homosexual agenda, or do you actually enjoying telling those lies?