a metal cup of the 16th and 17th centuries having a gourd-shaped bowl mounted on a stem.
[French goord; English goo rd] /French gurd; English gʊərd/ noun, plural gourdes [French goord; English goo rdz] /French gurd; English gʊərdz/ (Show IPA) 1. a paper money and monetary unit of Haiti, equal to 100 centimes. Abbreviation: G., Gde. /ɡʊəd/ noun 1. the standard monetary unit of Haiti, divided into 100 centimes
noun 1. the plant family Cucurbitaceae, characterized by tendril-bearing vines, either trailing or climbing and having alternate, palmately lobed leaves, often large yellow or greenish flowers, and many-seeded, fleshy fruit with a hard rind, and including the cucumber, gourd, melon, pumpkin, and squash.
[goo r-mahnd, goo r-muh nd] /gʊərˈmɑnd, ˈgʊər mənd/ noun 1. a person who is fond of good eating, often indiscriminatingly and to excess. 2. a gourmet; epicure. /ˈɡʊəmənd; French ɡurmɑ̃/ noun 1. a person devoted to eating and drinking, esp to excess n. late 15c., “glutton,” from Middle French gourmant “glutton,” originally an adj., “gluttonous,” […]
[goo r-muh n-deez] /ˌgʊər mənˈdiz/ noun 1. unrestrained enjoyment of fine foods, wines, and the like. [goo r-muh n-dahyz] /ˈgʊər mənˌdaɪz/ verb (used without object), gourmandised, gourmandising. 1. Chiefly British. . /ˌɡʊəmənˈdiːz/ noun 1. a love of and taste for good food