- Any Goidelic language.
- Of or relating to the Gaels, the Celtic peoples of Scotland, Ireland, and the Manx, or their language.
- Of or relating to Gaul or France.
- an indigenous people of New South Wales in Australia.
- the language of these people.
proper noun (countable and uncountable; plural Gauls)
- (uncountable) A Roman-era region roughly corresponding to modern France and Belgium
- (countable) A person from that region.
proper noun (wikipedia, gaulish language)
- The Celtic language that was spoken in Gaul, long extinct.
- Of or pertaining to Gaul.
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- An inhabitant or a resident of Genoa.
- A person from the country of Georgia or of Georgian descent.
- A person from the U.S. State of Georgia or of Georgian descent.
- The language of the country of Georgia.
- Of, from, or pertaining to the country of Georgia, the Georgian people or the Georgian language.
- Of, from, or pertaining to the U.S. State of Georgia or its Georgian or English dialect.
- Of, from, or characteristic of the reigns of Kings George I-IV of the UK (1714-1837).
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- An inhabitant of Germany; a person of German descent.
- An Indo-European language, primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Sí¼dtirol and Switzerland and a small part of Belgium.
- Relating to the country of Germany or to the German language.
- The early, undocumented language from which other Germanic languages such as German, English, Dutch and Scandinavian languages developed.
- The group of Indo-European languages that developed from Germanic.
- Having German characteristics
- Relating to the Germans, Scandinavians or Anglo-Saxons
- Relating to the language or group of languages known as Germanic
- General Motors Corporation
- General Management Committee, the general committee of a constituency party of the British w:Labour Party (UK), Labour Party
- Division of the Celtic languages including Irish, Gaelic and Manx.
- Relating to the Goidels.
- (Linguistics): Gothic.
adjective or gothic
- an extinct language, once spoken by the Goths in what is now Ukraine and Bulgaria.
- of or related to the Goth, Goths.
- of or related to the architecture, architectural style favored in western Europe in the 12th to 16th centuries.
- of or related to the goth subculture or lifestyle.
- of or related to a style of fictional writing emphasizing violent or macabre events in a mysterious, desolate setting.
- of a style of elaborate calligraphy based on medieval writing, also called black letter.
- (typography) of a sans serif typeface using straight, even-width lines, also called typesetters gothic.
- (countable) An inhabitant, resident, or a person of descent from Greece.
- (uncountable) The language of the Greek people, spoken in Greece, Cyprus, south Albania, parts of south FYROM, parts of Bulgaria and parts of Turkey and partially characterised by being written using the Greek alphabet. It is descended from Proto-Greek via Ancient Greek and other forms of Greek.
- (context, US, countable) A member of a college fraternity or sorority, which are commonly characterised by being named after Greek letters. (See also Greek system)
- "Was Joe a Greek in college?"
- (uncountable) Nonsense talk or writing; gibberish.
- Of or relating to Greece, the Greek people, or the Greek language.
- Of or pertaining to a fraternity or sorority.
- unintelligible, especially regarding foreign speech.
- The official language of Greenland, an Eskimo-Aleut language written with the Latin alphabet.
- Of, from, or pertaining to Greenland, the Greenlandic people or the Greenlandic language.
- Language spoken in the state of Gujarat, India
- A person from Gujarat
- A creole of English and various African languages spoken on a group of islands off the southern coast of the United States.
- Gullah has been spoken continuously since before the Civil War.
- Pertaining to the language and culture of a group of islands off the southern coast of the United States.
- The music of George Gershwin"s Porgie and Bess was inspired in part by Gullah "shouts".
noun (gumbos, -)
- (countable) The okra plant or its pods.
- (uncountable) A soup or stew made with okra.
- (uncountable) A fine silty soil that when wet becomes very thick and heavy.
- an ethnic group from Nepal
- a member of this people serving in the British and Indian army
noun (Gyps, ies)
- A Rom, member of the Roma. This term is considered pejorative by some, especially among the Roma themselves.
- One of a stateless people, whose communities, traditionally thought to have been originally from India, entered Europe in 14th or 15th century, and are now widely distributed over Europe, Russia, Turkey, the Americas.
- The language of the Roma people.
- Of or belonging to the Roma. This term is sometimes considered pejorative.
- Of or belonging to the Gypsy race (Webster).