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Page 8 of 54 for the letter G

garbel, garble, garboil,
garbel ['garbl]
n. A garboil, a brawl, uproar, din, noise.
v. To make such a noise.
garbles, jarbles, garble, jarble,
garbles [garblz, dʒarblz]
n. Rags, tatters.
gardevine, gardevin, gardyveen,
gardevine ['gardɪvəin, 'gardɪvin]
n. A wine or spirits bottle, a case or chest for wine bottles or decanters.
gardyloo, gardeloo, jordeloo, gardy loo, gardelue,
gardyloo [gardɪ'lu:]
int. A warning call. Originally a warning before servants in the higher stories of Edinburgh temements
gave they threw their dirty water etc. from the windows.
Garelochheid, Gareloch,
Garelochheid ['ge:rlɔx,hid]
pn. Garelochhead. (Argyll and Bute)
gargie [NN. gargi]
adj. Bitter.

From Gaelic garg and ie
garl, garel,
garl [I.Sh. ga(ə)rl]
v. To dredge, stir or gather together.
garlic ['garlɪk]
n. Garlic.
garment, garmond, garmound,
garment ['garmənt]
n. A garment.
garnet ['garnət]
n. A pomegranate.

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