an unquestionably true statement, fact, etc.
Something that is unquestionably true. For example, Every word he uttered was the gospel truth . The word gospel , which comes from the Old English god spel , “good news,” has been used to describe something that is thought to be as true as the biblical gospel (that is, undeniably true) since the 13th century. The current idiom originated in the 1600s, when it referred to biblical truths, and has been applied to truth of a more general nature since the late 1800s. Also see take as gospel
/gos’p*r-izm/ A hack, invention, or saying due to arch-hacker R. William (Bill) Gosper. This notion merits its own term because there are so many of them. Many of the entries in HAKMEM are Gosperisms. See also life.
Graphics-Oriented Signal Processing Language. A graphical DSP language for simulation. [“Graphic Oriented Signal Processing Language – GOSPL”, C.D. Covington et al, Proc ICASSP-87, 1987].
[gos-plahn] /gɒsˈplɑn/ noun, (in the Soviet Union) 1. the official planning organization, which drew up projects embracing trade and industry, agriculture, education, and public health. /ˈɡɒsˌplæn/ noun 1. the state planning commission of the former Soviet Union or any of its constituent republics: it was responsible for coordination and development of the economy, social services, […]
[guh-spuh-dyeen] /gə spʌˈdyin/ noun, plural gospoda [guh-spuh-dah] /gə spʌˈdɑ/ (Show IPA). Russian. 1. a title of respect corresponding to Mr. /ɡəspaˈdin/ noun (pl) -poda (-paˈda) 1. a Russian title of address, often indicating respect, equivalent to sir when used alone or to Mr when before a name