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Meanings of Fyrd:

noun

The english militia before 1066.

Usage examples:

Hence it has been suggested that there was a great fyrd and a select fyrd, the latter based on the …

Fytte

fɪt

Meanings of Fytte:

noun

A section of a poem.

adjective

Of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose.

Usage examples:

The house was not fit for human habitation
verb

Be of the right shape and size for.

Usage examples:

Those jeans still fit me

Meanings of Fyttes:

noun

A section of a poem.

adjective

Of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose.

Usage examples:

The house was not fit for human habitation
verb

Be of the right shape and size for.

Usage examples:

Those jeans still fit me

G

ɡram

Meanings of G:

abbreviation

Gas.

symbol

The acceleration due to gravity, equal to 9.81 m/s2.

noun

The seventh letter of the alphabet.

phrasal verb

The 7th letter of the roman alphabet

General audiences, a rating for a film that is suitable for all ages.

Meanings of G-string:

noun

A narrow piece of cloth worn between a person's legs to cover their sexual organs, held in place by a piece of string around their waist

Ga

ˈɡalɪəm

Meanings of Ga:

abbreviation

General aviation.

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 31, a soft silvery-white metal which melts at about 30°c, just above room temperature.

The chemical element gallium.

Meanings of Gab:

verb

Talk at length, typically about trivial matters.

Usage examples:

Franny walked past a woman gabbing on the phone
noun

Talk; chatter.

Usage examples:

Fans should prefer her smooth delivery to the gab prevalent around the league

Gabardine

ˌɡabəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gabardine:

noun

A smooth, durable twill-woven worsted or cotton cloth.

Usage examples:

A gaberdine suit

Gabardines

ˌɡabəˈdiːn

Meanings of Gabardines:

noun

A smooth, durable twill-woven worsted or cotton cloth.

Usage examples:

A gaberdine suit

Meanings of Gabbai:

noun

Originally: the treasurer of a synagogue. in later use usually: a person who assists with the running of a synagogue or its services; especially one who organizes and supervises the reading of the torah during a service.

Meanings of Gabbard:

noun

A type of scaffold in which the upright supports are formed of boards or battens bolted together; frequently in plural.

Meanings of Gabbart:

noun

A type of sailing boat or barge chiefly used on rivers and in coastal waters; a lighter.

Gabbed

ɡæb

Meanings of Gabbed:

verb

Talk at length, typically about trivial matters.

Usage examples:

Franny walked past a woman gabbing on the phone
noun

Talk; chatter.

Usage examples:

Fans should prefer her smooth delivery to the gab prevalent around the league

Gabber

ˈɡæb.ər

Meanings of Gabber:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited way.

Usage examples:

Well, that's enough of me gabbering about myself
noun

A person who talks a great deal.

Usage examples:

Barristers earn their exorbitant fees by being gifted gabbers

Gabbers

ˈɡabə

Meanings of Gabbers:

verb

Talk in a rapid, excited way.

Usage examples:

Well, that's enough of me gabbering about myself
noun

A person who talks a great deal.

Usage examples:

Barristers earn their exorbitant fees by being gifted gabbers

Gabbiest

ˈɡæb.i

Meanings of Gabbiest:

adjective

Excessively or annoyingly talkative.

Usage examples:

We scientists are an incurably gabby lot

Meanings of Gabbiness:

noun

The quality of being gabby or talkative; talkative character or nature; garrulousness; volubility. formerly also: †the fact of producing a great deal of talk (obsolete, rare).

Gabbing

ɡæb

Meanings of Gabbing:

verb

Talk at length, typically about trivial matters.

Usage examples:

Franny walked past a woman gabbing on the phone
noun

Talk; chatter.

Usage examples:

Fans should prefer her smooth delivery to the gab prevalent around the league

Gabble

ˈɡæb.əl

Meanings of Gabble:

verb

Talk rapidly and unintelligibly.

Usage examples:

He gabbled on in a panicky way until he was dismissed
noun

Rapid unintelligible talk.

Usage examples:

She wasn't very good at the random gabble of teenagers

Gabbled

ˈɡab(ə)l

Meanings of Gabbled:

verb

Talk rapidly and unintelligibly.

Usage examples:

He gabbled on in a panicky way until he was dismissed
noun

Rapid unintelligible talk.

Usage examples:

She wasn't very good at the random gabble of teenagers

Meanings of Gabblement:

noun

Gabbling, rapid, unintelligible utterances or noise; an example of this (now rare). formerly also: †inconsequential talk (obsolete, rare).

Gabbles

ˈɡab(ə)l

Meanings of Gabbles:

verb

Talk rapidly and unintelligibly.

Usage examples:

He gabbled on in a panicky way until he was dismissed
noun

Rapid unintelligible talk.

Usage examples:

She wasn't very good at the random gabble of teenagers

Meanings of Gabbling:

verb

Talk rapidly and unintelligibly.

Usage examples:

He gabbled on in a panicky way until he was dismissed
noun

Rapid unintelligible talk.

Usage examples:

She wasn't very good at the random gabble of teenagers

Meanings of Gabbro:

noun

A dark, coarse-grained plutonic rock of crystalline texture, consisting mainly of pyroxene, plagioclase feldspar, and often olivine.

Usage examples:

A house of gabbro

Meanings of Gabbroitic:

adjective

Gabbroic.

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