[gawr-duh-mer] /ˈgɔr də mər/
Nadine, 1923–2014, South African short-story writer and novelist: Nobel Prize 1991.
Nadine. born 1923, South African novelist. Her books include The Lying Days (1952), The Conservationist (1974), which won the Booker prize, None to Accompany Me (1994), and The House Gun (1998). Her works were banned in South Africa for their condemnation of apartheid. Nobel prize for literature 1991
noun a deep-fried pocket of cornmeal dough (masa), often with a filling of meat and vegetables Examples Gorditas are baked in a dry comal (griddle) and then fried in oil. Word Origin Spanish diminutive of gorda ‘thick tortilla’ or ‘little fat one’ Usage Note cooking
noun 1. one of a Scottish breed of medium-sized setters having a black-and-tan coat. noun 1. a breed of large setter originating in Scotland, with a black-and-tan coat
[gawr-dn] /ˈgɔr dn/ noun 1. Charles George (“Chinese Gordon”; “Gordon Pasha”) 1833–85, British general: administrator in China and Egypt. 2. Charles William, real name of . 3. Lord George, 1751–93, English politician. 4. George Hamilton, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, 1784–1860, British statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1852–55. 5. Mary (Catherine) born 1949, U.S. novelist, […]
[gawr, gohr] /gɔr, goʊr/ noun 1. blood that is shed, especially when clotted. 2. murder, bloodshed, violence, etc.: That horror movie had too much gore. [gawr, gohr] /gɔr, goʊr/ verb (used with object), gored, goring. 1. to pierce with or as if with a horn or tusk. [gawr, gohr] /gɔr, goʊr/ noun 1. a triangular […]