[gi-les-pee] /gɪˈlɛs pi/
[burks] /bɜrks/ (Show IPA), (“Dizzy”) 1917–93, U.S. jazz trumpeter and composer.
Dizzy, nickname of John Birks Gillespie. 1917–93, US jazz trumpeter
[ji-let] /dʒɪˈlɛt/ noun 1. Frederick Huntington, 1851–1935, U.S. political leader: Speaker of the House 1919–25. 2. a male given name, form of .
humour (Usenet) The unit of analogical bogosity. According to its originator, the standard for one gilley was “the act of bogotoficiously comparing the shutting down of 1000 machines for a day with the killing of one person”. The milligilley has been found to suffice for most normal conversational exchanges. (1995-03-17)
[gil] /gɪl/ noun 1. one of the threadlike processes forming the respiratory surface of a gill.
[gil] /gɪl/ noun 1. an agaricaceous fungus; mushroom. /ɡɪl/ noun 1. any fungus of the basidiomycetous family Agaricaceae, in which the spores are produced on gills underneath a cap See also agaric