[guhl-uh] /ˈgʌl ə/
a member of a population of black Americans inhabiting the Sea Islands and the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and northeastern Florida.
a creolized form of English spoken by the Gullahs, containing many words and grammatical features derived from African languages.
(pl) -lahs, -lah. a member of a Negroid people living on the Sea Islands or in the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and NE Florida
the creolized English spoken by these people
“of or pertaining to blacks on the sea-islands of Georgia and South Carolina,” 1739 (first attested as a male slave’s proper name), of uncertain origin. Early 19c. folk etymology made it a shortening of Angola (homeland of many slaves) or traced it to a W. African tribal group called the Golas.
[guhl] /gʌl/ verb (used with object) 1. to deceive, trick, or cheat. noun 2. a person who is easily deceived or cheated; dupe. /ɡʌl/ noun 1. any aquatic bird of the genus Larus and related genera, such as L. canus (common gull or mew) having long pointed wings, short legs, and a mostly white plumage: […]
[guhl-it] /ˈgʌl ɪt/ noun 1. the esophagus. 2. the throat or pharynx. 3. a channel for water. 4. a gully or ravine. 5. a preparatory cut in an excavation. 6. a concavity between two sawteeth, joining them at their bases. verb (used with object) 7. to form a concavity at the base of (a sawtooth). […]
[guhl-ee] /ˈgʌl i/ noun, plural gulleys. 1. 1 (defs 1, 2). [guhl-ee, goo l-ee] /ˈgʌl i, ˈgʊl i/ noun, plural gulleys. Scot. and North England. 1. 2 . [guhl-ee, goo l-ee] /ˈgʌl i, ˈgʊl i/ noun, plural gullies. Scot. and North England. 1. a knife, especially a large kitchen or butcher knife. /ˈɡʌlɪ/ noun (pl) […]
[guhl-uh-buh l] /ˈgʌl ə bəl/ adjective 1. easily deceived or cheated. /ˈɡʌləbəl/ adjective 1. easily taken in or tricked n. 1793, earlier cullibility (1728), probably from gull (n.2) “dupe, sucker” + -ability. adj. 1825, apparently a back-formation from gullibility. Gullable is attested from 1818.