verb (used without object), gazed, gazing.
to look steadily and intently, as with great curiosity, interest, pleasure, or wonder.
a steady or intent look.
at gaze, Heraldry. (of a deer or deerlike animal) represented as seen from the side with the head looking toward the spectator:
a stag at gaze.
(intransitive) to look long and fixedly, esp in wonder or admiration
a fixed look; stare
late 14c., probably of Scandinavian origin (cf. Norwegian, Swedish dialectal gasa “to gape”), perhaps related somehow to Old Norse ga “heed” (see gawk). Related: Gazed; gazing.
1540s, “thing stared at;” 1560s as “long look,” from gaze (v.).
The act of looking steadily in one direction for a period of time.
[gaz-uh-jeen] /ˈgæz əˌdʒin/ noun 1. an apparatus for impregnating a liquid with a gas, especially carbon dioxide.
noun A woman’s breasts; garbonzas, hooters, tits: I don’t get these women to sweat their gazongas off
noun anus; wazoo Examples He has talent out the gazoo. Usage Note slang Related Terms kazoo
noun Related Terms gunsel1 [said to be a variant of gunsel]