(Greek myth) a winged monster with three bodies joined at the waist, killed by Hercules, who stole the monster’s cattle as his tenth labour
[ger-zee-uh n, gur-] /ˈgɛr zi ən, ˈgɜr-/ adjective 1. of or relating to the predynastic, Aeneolithic culture of Upper Egypt c3600–3200 b.c., characterized by an emphasis on agriculture and fishing and the use of foreign artifacts and materials.
[guh-zahmt-koo nst-verk] /gəˈzɑmtˈkʊnst vɛrk/ noun, German. 1. total art work; an artistic creation, as the music dramas of Richard Wagner, that synthesizes the elements of music, drama, spectacle, dance, etc.
[guh-shrey; English guh-shrey, -shrahy] /gəˈʃreɪ; English gəˈʃreɪ, -ˈʃraɪ/ noun, Yiddish. 1. a yell; shout. 2. an uproar.
noun, (usually used with a plural verb) 1. a rating system designed to evaluate the cognitive, motor, language, and social development of pre-school-age children by observing their performance on developmental tasks, as reaching, walking, and using sentences.