[gawl-wey] /ˈgɔl weɪ/
a county in S Connaught, in W Republic of Ireland. 2293 sq. mi. (5940 sq. km).
its county seat: a seaport in the W part.
a county of W Republic of Ireland, in S Connacht, on Galway Bay and the Atlantic: it has a deeply indented coastline and many offshore islands, including the Aran Islands. County town: Galway. Pop: 209 077 (2002). Area: 5939 sq km (2293 sq miles)
a port in W Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Galway, on Galway Bay: important fisheries (esp for salmon). Pop: 66 163 (2002)
a breed of sheep with long wool, originally from W Ireland Former name Roscommon
[gal-wee-juh n] /gælˈwi dʒən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the region of , Scotland. noun 2. a native or inhabitant of . /ɡælˈwiːdʒən/ noun 1. another word for Gallovidian (sense 1) 2. a native or inhabitant of the town or county of Galway in W Republic of Ireland adjective 3. another word for Gallovidian […]
[gal-yak] /ˈgæl yæk/ noun 1. a sleek, flat fur made from lambskin or from the pelt of a young goat. /ˈɡæljæk; ɡælˈjæk/ noun 1. a smooth glossy fur obtained from the skins of newborn or premature lambs and kids
[gam] /gæm/ noun, Slang. 1. a person’s leg, especially an attractive female leg. [gam] /gæm/ noun 1. a herd or school of whales. 2. Eastern New England, Nautical. a social meeting, visit, or the like, as between whaling vessels at sea. verb (used without object), gammed, gamming. 3. (of whales) to assemble into a herd […]
[gam-uh; Portuguese gah-muh] /ˈgæm ə; Portuguese ˈgɑ mə/ noun 1. Vasco da [vas-koh duh;; Portuguese vahsh-koo duh] /ˈvæs koʊ də;; Portuguese ˈvɑʃ kʊ də/ (Show IPA), c1460–1524, Portuguese navigator: discovered the sea route from Portugal around the continent of Africa to India. /ˈɡɑːmə/ noun 1. Vasco da (ˈvæskəʊ də). ?1469–1524, Portuguese navigator, who discovered the […]