[guhn-ther for 1, 3; goo n-ter for 2] /ˈgʌn θər for 1, 3; ˈgʊn tər for 2/
John, 1901–1970, U.S. journalist and author.
(in the Nibelungenlied) a king of Burgundy and the husband of Brunhild, beheaded by Kriemhild in her revenge for the murder of Siegfried.
a male given name.
(in the Nibelungenlied) a king of Burgundy, allied with Siegfried, who won for him his wife Brunhild. He corresponds to Gunnar in Norse mythology
also Gunter, masc. proper name, Old High German Gundhard, literally “bold in war,” from gund “war” (see gun) + hart “hard, strong, bold” (see hard).
[guhn-toh-ting, -toht-n] /ˈgʌnˌtoʊ tɪŋ, -ˌtoʊt n/ adjective 1. carrying a gun, especially a pistol.
[goo n-too r] /gʊnˈtʊər/ noun 1. a city in E Andhra Pradesh, in SE India. /ɡʊnˈtʊə/ noun 1. a city in E India, in central Andhra Pradesh: founded by the French in the 18th century; ceded to Britain in 1788. Pop: 514 707 (2001)
[guhn-l] /ˈgʌn l/ noun, Nautical. 1. the upper edge of the side or bulwark of a vessel. 2. the sheer strake of a wooden vessel; the uppermost strake beneath the plank-sheer. /ˈɡʌnəl/ noun 1. (nautical) the top of the side of a boat or the topmost plank of a wooden vessel 2. full to the […]
[guhn-yuh] /ˈgʌn yə/ noun, Australian. 1. an aboriginal hut or shelter. 2. any crude bush hut or shelter. /ˈɡʌnjə/ noun 1. (Austral) a bush hut or shelter