[gat-ling] /ˈgæt lɪŋ/
Richard Jordan, 1818–1903, U.S. inventor.
[gat-ling] /ˈgæt lɪŋ/ noun 1. an early type of machine gun consisting of a revolving cluster of barrels around a central axis, each barrel being automatically loaded and fired every revolution of the cluster. /ˈɡætlɪŋ/ noun 1. a hand-cranked automatic machine gun equipped with a rotating cluster of barrels that are fired in succession using […]
noun a fear of cats; also called ailurophobia , galeophobia See galeophobia Word Origin Spanish gato ‘cat’
[gey-ter] /ˈgeɪ tər/ noun 1. Southern U.S. Informal. . /ˈɡeɪtə/ noun 1. (mainly US, informal) an alligator n. 1844, colloquial shortening of alligator. noun A sort of divertissement in which the participants writhe about among one another on the floor: Gatoring is over (1970s+)
[gey-tuh-reyd] /ˈgeɪ təˌreɪd/ Trademark. 1. a brand of noncarbonated sports drink designed to supply the body with carbohydrates and replace fluids and sodium lost during exertion.
noun A sort of divertissement in which the participants writhe about among one another on the floor: Gatoring is over (1970s+)