[goh-lee-uh, -leel-yuh] /goʊˈli ə, -ˈlil yə/
a collar of lawn or linen, slightly rolled under at the edge and starched to stand out from the neckline, worn in Spain in the 17th century.
[gol-ee-wog] /ˈgɒl iˌwɒg/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a grotesque black doll. 2. a grotesque person.
[gol-ee-wog] /ˈgɒl iˌwɒg/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a grotesque black doll. 2. a grotesque person. /ˈɡɒlɪˌwɒɡ/ noun 1. a soft doll with a black face, usually made of cloth or rags n. “grotesque blackface doll,” 1895, coined by English children’s book author and illustrator Florence K. Upton (1873-1922), perhaps from golly + polliwog.
/ˈɡɒləp/ verb 1. to eat or drink (something) quickly or greedily
[gol-ee] /ˈgɒl i/ interjection, Informal. 1. (used as a mild exclamation expressing surprise, wonder, puzzlement, pleasure, or the like.) /ˈɡɒlɪ/ interjection 1. an exclamation of mild surprise or wonder /ˈɡɒlɪ/ noun (pl) -lies 1. (Brit, informal) short for golliwog /ˈɡɒlɪ/ verb -lies, -lying, -lied 1. to spit noun (pl) -lies 2. a gob of spit […]