[gawr-eyn] /ˈgɔr eɪn/
Charles Henry, 1901–91, U.S authority and writer on contract bridge.
[gawr-teks, gohr-] /ˈgɔrˌtɛks, ˈgoʊr-/ Trademark. 1. a brand of breathable, water-repellent fabric laminate used on clothing, shoes, etc. /ˈɡɔːˌtɛks/ noun 1. trademark a type of synthetic fabric which is waterproof yet allows the wearer’s skin to breathe; used for sportswear
/gor’ets/ The unknown ur-noun, fill in your own meaning. Found especially on the Usenet newsgroup alt.gorets, which seems to be a running contest to redefine the word by implication in the funniest and most peculiar way, with the understanding that no definition is ever final. [A correspondent from the Former Soviet Union informs me that […]
[gawr-ee] /ˈgɔr i/ noun 1. Edward (St. John) 1925–2000, U.S. writer and illustrator. /ˈɡɔːrɪ/ noun 1. Edward St John. 1925–2000, US illustrator and author, noted for his bizarre humour in such works as The Unstrung Harp (1953) and The Wuggly Ump (1963)
[gawrj] /gɔrdʒ/ noun 1. a narrow cleft with steep, rocky walls, especially one through which a stream runs. 2. a small canyon. 3. a gluttonous meal. 4. something that is swallowed; contents of the stomach. 5. an obstructing mass: an ice gorge. 6. the seam formed at the point where the lapel meets the collar […]