[jee-uh] /ˈdʒi ə/
the ancient Greek goddess of the earth, mother of the Titans.
the goddess of the earth, who bore Uranus and by him Oceanus, Cronus, and the Titans
(Greek myth) a variant of Gaia
Earth as a goddess, from Greek Gaia, spouse of Uranus, mother of the Titans, personification of gaia “earth,” as opposed to heaven, “land,” as opposed to sea, “a land, country, soil,” a collateral form of ge (Dorian ga) “earth,” of unknown origin, perhaps pre-Indo-European. The Roman equivalent goddess of the earth was Tellus (see tellurian), sometimes used in English poetically or rhetorically for “Earth personified” or “the Earth as a planet.”
also Gaia (GAY-uh)
The Greek goddess of the Earth and primal mother figure, who gave birth to the sky, the mountains, and the sea. She was also the mother of the giant Titans and the Cyclopes (see Cyclops).
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[gey-uh] /ˈgeɪ ə/ noun 1. a model of the earth as a self-regulating organism, advanced as an alternative to a mechanistic model. /ˈɡaɪə/ noun 1. the theory that the earth and everything on it constitutes a single self-regulating living entity noun the hypothesis that the earth and its atmosphere should be regarded a living self-regulating […]
[gey-i-tee] /ˈgeɪ ɪ ti/ noun, plural gaieties. 1. the state of being or cheerful; spirits. 2. Often, gaieties. merrymaking or festivity: the gaieties of the New Year season. 3. showiness; finery: gaiety of dress. /ˈɡeɪətɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. the state or condition of being merry, bright, or lively 2. festivity; merrymaking n. 1630s, from […]
[gahy-jeen; English gahy-jin] /ˈgaɪ dʒin; English ˈgaɪ dʒɪn/ noun, plural gaijin [gahy-jeen; English gahy-jin] /ˈgaɪ dʒin; English ˈgaɪ dʒɪn/ (Show IPA). Japanese. 1. an outsider; foreigner. /ɡaɪˈdʒɪn/ noun 1. (pl) -jin. (in Japan) a foreigner
/ˈɡaɪkwɑː/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Gaekwar