James Abram, 1831–81, 20th president of the U.S., 1881.
a city in NE New Jersey.
a male given name.
James Abram. 1831–81, 20th president of the US (1881); assassinated in office
plural noun 1. a mountain in SW Montana, on the Idaho border, in the Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains. 10,961 feet (3343 meters).
[gahr-guh-nee] /ˈgɑr gə ni/ noun, plural garganeys. 1. a small Old World duck, Anas querquedula. /ˈɡɑːɡənɪ/ noun 1. a small Eurasian duck, Anas querquedula, closely related to the mallard. The male has a white stripe over each eye
[gahr-gan-choo-uh] /gɑrˈgæn tʃu ə/ noun 1. an amiable giant and king, noted for his enormous capacity for food and drink, in Rabelais’ Gargantua and Pantagruel. 2. (italics) a satirical novel (1534) by Rabelais. /ɡɑːˈɡæntjʊə/ noun 1. a gigantic king noted for his great capacity for food and drink, in Rabelais’ satire Gargantua and Pantagruel (1534)
[gahr-gan-choo-uh n] /gɑrˈgæn tʃu ən/ adjective 1. gigantic; enormous; colossal: a gargantuan task. /ɡɑːˈɡæntjʊən/ adjective 1. (sometimes capital) huge; enormous adj. 1590s, from Gargantua, large-mouthed giant in Rabelais’ novels, supposedly from Spanish/Portuguese garganta “gullet, throat,” which is from the same imitative root as gargle.