[gab-er-deen, gab-er-deen] /ˈgæb ərˌdin, ˌgæb ərˈdin/
Also, gabardine. a long, loose coat or frock for men, worn in the Middle Ages, especially by Jews.
a variant spelling of gabardine
“long, loose outer garment,” 1510s, from Spanish gabardina, from Middle French galverdine, which is perhaps from Middle High German wallevart “pilgrimage” (German Wallfahrt) in the sense of “pilgrim’s cloak” (from Old High German wallon “to roam;” see gallant (adj.) + faran “to go, travel;” see fare (v.)). The Spanish form perhaps influenced by gabán “overcoat” and tabardina “coarse coat.”
/ˌɡæbəˈlʌnzɪ; -ˈluːnjɪ/ noun 1. (Scot, archaic or literary) a wandering beggar Also called gaberlunzie-man
[gah-buh-roh-nes, gab-uh-] /ˌgɑ bəˈroʊ nɛs, ˌgæb ə-/ noun 1. former name of . /ˌɡæbəˈrəʊnɛs/ noun 1. the former name for Gaborone
[gah-bes] /ˈgɑ bɛs/ noun 1. Gulf of, a gulf of the Mediterranean on the E coast of Tunisia. [geyb] /geɪb/ noun 1. a male given name, form of . /ˈɡɑːbɛs; French ɡabɛs/ noun 1. a port in E Tunisia. Pop: 116 000 (2005 est) 2. Gulf of Gabès, an inlet of the Mediterranean on the […]
[gab-fest] /ˈgæbˌfɛst/ noun, Informal. 1. a gathering at which there is a great deal of conversation. 2. a long conversation. /ˈɡæbfɛst/ noun (informal, mainly US & Canadian) 1. prolonged gossiping or conversation 2. an informal gathering for conversation n. “session of conversation,” 1895, American English colloquial, from gab + -fest. noun A talkative person; gasbag, […]