the consonant ‘g’ as it is pronounced in ‘gem’ and ‘giraffe’
A soft g is pronounced as a fricative or affricate.
plural noun 1. the subclass of nondurable goods as represented especially by textile products, as clothing, fabrics, and bedding. plural noun 1. textile fabrics and related merchandise
noun 1. an etching ground usually mixed with tallow. Compare hard ground. 2. a technique of etching in which a design is drawn on paper placed on a plate covered with a soft ground, resulting in a granular effect resembling pencil, chalk, or crayon.
noun 1. snow pellets. soft hail (sôft) See graupel.
adjective 1. foolish; stupid. adjective 1. (informal) feeble-minded; stupid; simple