[gey-uh] /ˈgeɪ ə/
a model of the earth as a self-regulating organism, advanced as an alternative to a mechanistic model.
the theory that the earth and everything on it constitutes a single self-regulating living entity
the hypothesis that the earth and its atmosphere should be regarded a living self-regulating organism
theory of James Lovelock, named for the Greek Earth goddess Gaea
[gey-i-tee] /ˈgeɪ ɪ ti/ noun, plural gaieties. 1. the state of being or cheerful; spirits. 2. Often, gaieties. merrymaking or festivity: the gaieties of the New Year season. 3. showiness; finery: gaiety of dress. /ˈɡeɪətɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. the state or condition of being merry, bright, or lively 2. festivity; merrymaking n. 1630s, from […]
[gahy-jeen; English gahy-jin] /ˈgaɪ dʒin; English ˈgaɪ dʒɪn/ noun, plural gaijin [gahy-jeen; English gahy-jin] /ˈgaɪ dʒin; English ˈgaɪ dʒɪn/ (Show IPA). Japanese. 1. an outsider; foreigner. /ɡaɪˈdʒɪn/ noun 1. (pl) -jin. (in Japan) a foreigner
/ˈɡaɪkwɑː/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Gaekwar
[geyl] /geɪl/ noun 1. a female or male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “joy.”. fem. proper name, in some cases short for Abigail, or from the Hebrew root in that name meaning “rejoicing.” Attained its greatest popularity in U.S. as a given name for girls born c.1945-1955.