[gil-uh-met; French geeuh-mey] /ˈgɪl əˌmɛt; French giəˈmeɪ/
one of two marks « or » used in French, Italian, and Russian printing to enclose quotations.
(printing) another name for duckfoot quote
[gee-uh-man; French geeyuh-man] /ˌgi əˈmæn; French giyəˈmɛ̃/ noun 1. Roger (Charles Louis) [roj-er chahrlz loo-ee;; French raw-zhey sharl lwee] /ˈrɒdʒ ər tʃɑrlz ˈlu i;; French rɔˈʒeɪ ʃarl lwi/ (Show IPA), born 1924, U.S. physiologist, born in France: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1977.
[gil-uh-mot] /ˈgɪl əˌmɒt/ noun 1. a black or brown-speckled seabird of the genus Cepphus, of northern seas, having a sharply pointed black bill, red legs, and white wing patches, as C. grylle (black guillemot) of the North Atlantic and the similar C. columba (pigeon guillemot) of the North Pacific. 2. British. a murre of the […]
[geel-yen; Spanish gee-lyen] /gilˈyɛn; Spanish giˈlyɛn/ noun 1. Jorge [hawr-he] /ˈhɔr hɛ/ (Show IPA), 1893–1984, Spanish poet, in the U.S. 1940–75.
[gi-lohsh] /gɪˈloʊʃ/ noun 1. an ornamental pattern or border, as in architecture, consisting of paired ribbons or lines flowing in interlaced curves around a series of circular voids. /ɡɪˈlɒʃ/ noun 1. an ornamental band or border with a repeating pattern of two or more interwoven wavy lines, as in architecture