This is a rough question to answer, because gay colloquialisms vary depending on locale, age, gender, and so many other factors. There aren't any terms that can be considered universal across all LGBT people, but here are a few ones that I hear fairly often. To answer your subquestion, "super" and "fabulous" don't seem very common to me outside of stereotypes portrayed in film. For one, I tend to call almost everyone "hon" as in "honey".
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LGBT slang - Wikipedia
It has been used in various languages since the early 20th century as a means by which members of the LGBT community identify themselves and speak in code with brevity and speed to others. Because of sodomy laws and threat of prosecution due to the criminalization of homosexuality , LGBT slang has served as an argot or cant , a secret language and a way for the LGBT community to communicate with each other publicly without revealing their sexual orientation to others. During the first seven decades of the 20th century, a specific form of Polari was developed by gay men and lesbians in urban centres of the United Kingdom within established LGBT communities. Although there are differences, contemporary British gay slang has adopted many Polari words.
Unicorns, Straight Girl Candy, Switch-Hitter, & Other Bisexual Slang Explained
As my little series comes to a close, I am going to do my best at translating, defining, and explaining the fantastic slang and vernacular that the drag and gay community has been gifting the world with. As someone who personally uses a good chunk of this vernacular, I am writing this as a cheat sheet for those who become confused when I start spewing like a queen who is about to slay at the gig. This list was curated with the help of Scruff , Urban Dictionary, H. Max , and this Buzzfeed article.
Meaning "stately and beautiful; splendid and showily dressed" is from early 14c. Of things, "sumptuous, showy, rich, ornate," midc. In the English of Yorkshire and Scotland formerly it could mean "moderately, rather, considerable" ; compare sense development in pretty adj. The word gay by the s had an overall tinge of promiscuity -- a gay house was a brothel.