[mahr-sel; French mar-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl; French marˈsɛl/
[ga-bree-el] /ga briˈɛl/ (Show IPA), 1887–1973, French philosopher, dramatist, and critic.
a male given name.
Also called marcel wave. a hairstyle characterized by repeated regular waves, popular in the 1920s
verb -cels, -celling, -celled
(transitive) to make such waves in (the hair) with special hot irons
Gabriel (Honoré) (ɡabriɛl). 1889–1973, French Christian existentialist philosopher and dramatist, whose philosophical works include Being and Having (1949) and The Mystery of Being (1951)
[gah-bri-luhv-ich; Russian guh-bryi-law-vyich] /ˌgɑ brɪˈlʌv ɪtʃ; Russian gə bryɪˈlɔ vyɪtʃ/ noun 1. Ossip [aw-syip] /ˈɔ syɪp/ (Show IPA), 1878–1936, Russian pianist and conductor, in America.
[gab] /gæb/ Informal. verb (used without object), gabbed, gabbing. 1. to talk or chat idly; chatter. noun 2. idle talk; chatter. [gab] /gæb/ noun, Machinery. 1. a hook or fork that engages temporarily with a moving rod or lever. [gab] /gæb/ noun, Scot. Slang. 1. 3 . /ɡæb/ verb gabs, gabbing, gabbed 1. (intransitive) to […]
[guh-boon] /gəˈbun/ noun 1. .
[gey-bee] /ˈgeɪ bi/ noun, plural gabies. British Dialect. 1. a fool. [gab-ee] /ˈgæb i/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . /ˈɡeɪbɪ/ noun (pl) -bies 1. (archaic or dialect) a simpleton