[gadz-bod-i-kinz] /ˌgædzˈbɒd ɪ kɪnz/
(a euphemistic form of God’s body, used as a mild oath.)
[gadz-duh n] /ˈgædz dən/ noun 1. James, 1788–1858, U.S. railroad promoter and diplomat. 2. a city in NE Alabama.
[gad-wawl] /ˈgædˌwɔl/ noun, plural gadwalls (especially collectively) gadwall. 1. a grayish-brown wild duck, Anas strepera, found in temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere. /ˈɡædˌwɔːl/ noun (pl) -walls, -wall 1. a duck, Anas strepera, related to the mallard. The male has a grey body and black tail
[gad-zoo-kuh-ree] /gædˈzu kə ri/ noun, British. 1. the use or overuse of period-specific or archaic expressions, as in a historical novel: Without any gadzookery and its excessive use of “forsooth,” “prithee,” etc., her first historical novel conveys a superb sense of the period.
/ɡe/ verb gaes, gaun, gaed, gane 1. a Scot word for go1