(informal) a prisoner, esp one held in US military capitivity, whose detention is not publicly acknowledged
[gohsts] /goʊsts/ noun 1. a play (1881) by Henrik Ibsen. [gohst] /goʊst/ noun 1. the soul of a dead person, a disembodied spirit imagined, usually as a vague, shadowy or evanescent form, as wandering among or haunting living persons. 2. a mere shadow or semblance; a trace: He’s a ghost of his former self. 3. […]
graphics, tool The GNU interpreter for PostScript and PDF, with previewers for serval systems and many fonts. Ghostscript was originally written by L. Peter Deutsch firstname.lastname@example.org of Aladdin Enterprises. The first public release was v1.0 on 1988-08-11. Latest version: 8.11, as of 2003-08-29. GNU Home (http://gnu.org/software/ghostscript/). News & community (http://ghostscript.com/). (2003-09-24)
noun 1. a shrimplike crustacean of the genus Callianassa, of the Pacific coast of North America, having a pinkish, transparent body.
noun 1. a tale in which such elements as ghostly visitations and supernatural intervention are used to further the plot and a chilling, suspenseful atmosphere.