[gur-nee] /ˈgɜr ni/
noun, plural gurneys.
a flat, padded table or stretcher with legs and wheels, for transporting patients or bodies.
(US) a wheeled stretcher for transporting hospital patients
Ivor (Bertie). 1890–1937, British poet and composer, noted esp for his songs and his poems of World War I
by 1921, of unknown origin. It also is a surname.
gurney gur·ney (gûr’nē)
n. pl. gur·neys
A metal stretcher with wheeled legs, used for transporting patients.
[gur-nee-ahyt] /ˈgɜr niˌaɪt/ noun 1. a supporter of Joseph John Gurney (1788–1847), an English Quaker, who, on a preaching tour of America, advocated Christian evangelical principles.
/ˈɡʌrɪər/ noun 1. (Dublin, dialect) a low-class tough ill-mannered person
[gur-ee, guhr-ee] /ˈgɜr i, ˈgʌr i/ noun 1. the offal of fish or whales; the waste parts left over after cleaning fish.
[gyr-sel] /gürˈsɛl/ noun 1. Cemal [je-mahl] /dʒɛˈmɑl/ (Show IPA), 1895–1966, Turkish army officer and statesman: president 1961–66.