[gi-pyoo r; French gee-pyr] /gɪˈpyʊər; French giˈpür/
noun, plural guipures
[gi-pyoo rz; French gee-pyr] /gɪˈpyʊərz; French giˈpür/ (Show IPA)
any of various laces, often heavy, made of linen, silk, etc., with the pattern connected by brides rather than by a net ground.
any of various laces or trimmings formerly in use, made with cords or heavy threads, metal, etc.
Also called guipure lace. any of many types of heavy lace that have their pattern connected by brides, rather than supported on a net mesh
a heavy corded trimming; gimp
[gweer-oh; Spanish gee-raw] /ˈgwɪər oʊ; Spanish ˈgi rɔ/ noun, plural guiro. 1. a South American musical instrument consisting of a hollow gourd with serrated surface that is scraped with a stick.
[gahy-zerd] /ˈgaɪ zərd/ noun 1. a person who wears a mask; mummer.
[gi-zahrm] /gɪˈzɑrm/ noun 1. a shafted weapon having as a head a curved, double-edged blade with a beak at the back.
[gahyz] /gaɪz/ noun 1. general external appearance; aspect; semblance: an old principle in a new guise. 2. assumed appearance or mere semblance: under the guise of friendship. 3. style of dress: in the guise of a shepherd. 4. Archaic. manner; mode. verb (used with object), guised, guising. 5. to dress; attire: children guised as cowboys. […]