[gey-mee] /ˈgeɪ mi/
adjective, gamier, gamiest.
having the tangy flavor or odor of :
I like the gamy taste of venison.
having the flavor or odor of or other meat kept uncooked until slightly tainted:
The roast was still edible but was slightly gamy.
lewd or suggestive; risqué.
gross or squalid; unwholesome.
a combining form with the meanings “marriage,” “union,” “fertilization, pollination,” of the kind specified by the initial element: exogamy; plastogamy; allogamy; also forming nouns corresponding to adjectives ending in -gamous:
denoting marriage or sexual union: bigamy
word-forming element meaning “marriage; fertilization,” from Greek -gamia, from gamos “marriage” (see gamete).
Daring; racy; slightly risque´: shown in its gamy uncut version
[1843+; based on the taste and odor of game that has slightly decayed]
[gan] /gæn/ verb 1. simple past tense of 3 . [jin] /dʒɪn/ noun 1. . 2. a trap or snare for game. 3. any of various machines employing simple tackle or windlass mechanisms for hoisting. 4. a stationary prime mover having a drive shaft rotated by horizontal beams pulled by horses walking in a circle. […]
[guh-nahsh] /gəˈnɑʃ/ noun 1. a whipped frosting or filling made with semisweet chocolate and cream, used for cakes, pastries, and candies. /ɡəˈnæʃ/ noun 1. a smooth mixture of chocolate and cream, used in cakes, truffles, and chocolates
[gahn-jah] /gɑnˈdʒɑ/ noun 1. a city in NW Azerbaijan. /ˈɡanʒə/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Azerbaijani name for Gandzha
/French ɡɑ̃s/ noun 1. Abel (abɛl). 1889–1981, French film director, whose works include J’accuse (1919, 1937) and Napoléon (1927), which introduced the split-screen technique