[gal-uh-wosp] /ˈgæl əˌwɒsp/
any of numerous scaly marsh lizards of the genus Diploglossus, inhabiting Central America and the West Indies.
any lizard of the Central American genus Diploglossus, esp D. monotropis of the Caribbean: family Anguidae
noun 1. any of several dipterous insects of the family Cecidomyiidae, the larvae of which form characteristic galls on plants. noun 1. any of various small fragile mosquito-like dipterous flies constituting the widely distributed family Cecidomyidae, many of which have larvae that produce galls on plants Also called gallfly, gall gnat See also Hessian fly
noun 1. a mite of the family Eriophyidae that feeds on plant juices, damaging buds, leaves, and twigs and causing galls and other deformities. noun 1. any of various plant-feeding mites of the family Phytoptidae that cause galls or blisters on buds, leaves, or fruit
[gawl-nuht] /ˈgɔlˌnʌt/ noun 1. a nutlike on plants. /ˈɡɔːlˌnʌt/ noun 1. a type of plant gall that resembles a nut
/ˈɡælək/ adjective (Northern English, dialect) 1. left-handed 2. left-footed