[guhn-met-l] /ˈgʌnˌmɛt l/
any of various alloys or metallic substances with a dark gray or blackish color or finish, used for chains, belt buckles, etc.
Also called gunmetal gray. a dark gray with bluish or purplish tinge.
a bronze formerly much used for cannon.
an alloy of 88 percent copper, 10 percent tin, and 2 percent zinc, cast or machined for use in valves, gears, and other parts.
a type of bronze containing copper (88 per cent), tin (8–10 per cent), and zinc (2–4 per cent): used for parts that are subject to wear or to corrosion, esp by sea water
any of various dark grey metals used for toys, belt buckles, etc
commonly an alloy of copper and zinc; used attributively of a dull blue-gray color since 1905.
noun, Slang. 1. a female companion of a criminal. 2. a female criminal. noun 1. (slang) a female criminal or a woman who associates with criminals 1908, “female criminal,” second element from nickname of Mary, used of disreputable females since early 1600s; first element from slang gonif “thief” (1885), from Yiddish, from Hebrew gannabh “thief.” […]
/ɡʌn/ noun 1. Thom(son William). 1929–2004, British poet who lived in the USA. His works include Fighting Terms (1954), My Sad Captains (1961), Jack Straw’s Castle (1976), The Man with the Night Sweats (1992), and Boss Cupid (2000)
[goo n-nahr, goo n-er] /ˈgʊn nɑr, ˈgʊn ər/ noun 1. Scandinavian Legend. the husband of Brynhild: corresponds to Gunther in the Nibelungenlied. 2. a male given name. /ˈɡʊnɑː/ noun 1. (Norse myth) brother of Gudrun and husband of Brynhild, won for him by Sigurd. He corresponds to Gunther in the Nibelungenlied
[goo n-byawrn] /ˈgʊnˌbyɔrn/ noun 1. Mount, the highest peak in Greenland, in the SE part. 12,139 feet (3702 meters).