[gawm, gahm] /gɔm, gɑm/
verb (used with object), Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S.
to smear or cover with a gummy, sticky substance (often followed by up):
My clothes were gaumed up from that axle grease.
[gawm-lis] /ˈgɔm lɪs/ adjective, Chiefly British Informal. 1. . /ˈɡɔːmlɪs/ adjective 1. a variant spelling of gormless
/ɡɔːn/ verb 1. the present participle of gae
[gawnt] /gɔnt/ adjective, gaunter, gauntest. 1. extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger, weariness, or torture; emaciated. 2. bleak, desolate, or grim, as places or things: a gaunt, windswept landscape. [gawnt, gahnt] /gɔnt, gɑnt/ noun 1. John of, . /ɡɔːnt/ adjective 1. bony and emaciated in appearance 2. (of places) bleak […]
[gawnt-lit, gahnt-] /ˈgɔnt lɪt, ˈgɑnt-/ noun 1. a medieval glove, as of mail or plate, worn by a knight in armor to protect the hand. 2. a glove with an extended cuff for the wrist. 3. the cuff itself. Idioms 4. take up the gauntlet, Also, take up the glove. 5. throw down the gauntlet, […]