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Gandhinagar [gun′də nug΄ər] city in W India: capital of Gujarat state: pop. 123,000 * * * City (pop., 2001 prelim.: 195,891), capital of Gujarat state, west-central ...
▪ Spain       city, Valencia provincia (province), in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Valencia, eastern Spain. It lies south of Valencia city at the ...
Gandolfini, James
▪ 2004       In March 2003, when James Gandolfini—the winner of three Emmy Awards as outstanding lead actor in a dramatic series (2000, 2001, and 2003) for his ...
gandy dancer
/gan"dee/, Railroad Slang. a member of a railroad section gang that lays or maintains track. [1915-20; dancer appar. in reference to the rhythmic movements characteristic of such ...
gan·dy dancer (gănʹdē) n. Slang 1. A railroad worker. 2. An itinerant laborer.   [Origin unknown.] * * *
/gahn"jeuh/; Russ. /gun jah"/, n. a former name of Kirovabad. * * *
/gah"neuhf/, n. Slang. a thief, swindler, crook, or rascal. Also, gonif, goniff. [1920-25; < Yiddish < Heb gannabh] * * *
Ganesan, Gemini
▪ 2006 Ramaswamy Ganesh        Indian film actor (b. Nov. 17, 1920, Madras [Chennai], Tamil Nadu, India—d. March 22, 2005, Chennai), was the “kadhal mannan” ...
Ganesan, Sivaji
▪ 2002 Villupuram Chiniah Pillai Ganesan        Indian actor (b. Oct. 1, 1927, Tamil Nadu, India—d. July 21, 2001, Chennai [Madras], India), was a legendary star in ...
Ga·nesh (gə-nāshʹ) also Ga·ne·sha (-nāʹshə) n. Hinduism The god of wisdom and the remover of obstacles, son of Shiva and Parvati, depicted as a short fat man with an ...
/geuh nay"sheuh/, n. the Hindu god of wisdom. * * * or Ganesa Elephant-headed Hindu god, the son of Shiva and Parvati. He is also revered in Jainism, and he is important in ...
gang1 /gang/, n. 1. a group or band: A gang of boys gathered around the winning pitcher. 2. a group of youngsters or adolescents who associate closely, often exclusively, for ...
gang drill
a drilling machine having a number of separately driven vertical spindles in a row, used for drilling holes in a piece successively. Cf. multiple drill. [1880-85] * * *
gang hook
Angling. a hook with several points, made by joining the shanks of two or three hooks. [1625-35, Amer.] * * *
gang members
➡ gangs * * *
Gang of Four
a group of four radical members of the Chinese Communist party who were leaders of the Cultural Revolution and who were purged and imprisoned after the death of Mao Zedong: Jiang ...
Gang of Four, the
▪ British rock group       British rock group known for its Marxist politics and danceable fusion of rock and funk. The principal members were Jon King (b. June 8, ...
gang plow
a combination of two or more plows in one frame. [1840-50, Amer.] * * *
gang rape
an act or instance of gang-raping someone. * * *
gang saw
a saw having several parallel blades for making simultaneous cuts. [1840-50, Amer.] * * *
gang switch
Elect. a collection of switches connected to separate circuits and operating simultaneously. * * *
/gang"rayp'/, v.t., gang-raped, gang-raping. to force to have sexual intercourse with several persons. * * *
/gang"up'/, n. an act of ganging up or uniting in opposition to someone or something. [1935-40; n. use of v. phrase gang up (on)] * * *
Gan·ga (gŭngʹgə) See Ganges. * * *
Ganga dynasty
Either of two distinct but remotely related Indian dynasties. The Western Gangas ruled in Mysore state from с AD 250 to 1004. They encouraged scholarly work, built some ...
▪ India formerly  Sri Ganganagar        city, extreme northern Rajasthan (Rājasthān) state, northwestern India. During the 1970s it grew rapidly as an agricultural ...
/gang"bang'/, Slang. n. Also, gang bang. 1. a series of acts of often forcible sexual intercourse engaged in by several persons successively with one passive partner. 2. a ...
/gang"bang'euhr/, n. a member of a violent street gang. * * *
/gang"bawrd', -bohrd'/, n. Naut. a raised walk on a sailing ship, crossing the waist and connecting the forecastle directly with the quarterdeck. [1740-50; GANG1 + BOARD] * * *
/gang"bus'teuhr/, n. Informal. 1. a law-enforcement officer who specializes in breaking up organized crime, often by forceful or sensational means. 2. someone or something having ...
☆ gangbusters [gaŋ′bus΄tərz ] pl.n. Slang police or officials engaged in combating criminal gangs: now chiefly in like gangbusters, very forcefully, energetically, or ...
/gang"euhr/, n. Brit. a foreman of a gang of laborers. [1840-50; GANG1 + ER1] * * *
—Gangetic /gan jet"ik/, adj. /gan"jeez/, n. a river flowing SE from the Himalayas in N India into the Bay of Bengal: sacred to Hindus. 1550 mi. (2495 km) long. * * * (as used ...
Ganges delta
or Ganges-Brahmaputra delta Region in West Bengal state, India, and Bangladesh. An area of about 220 mi (354 km) wide along the Bay of Bengal, it is covered by the streams ...
Ganges River
Hindi Ganga River, northern India and Bangladesh. Held sacred by followers of Hinduism, it is formed from five headstreams rising in Uttaranchal state. On its 1,560-mi ...
Ganges-Brahmaputra delta cyclone
▪ tropical cyclone also called  Bhola cyclone        catastrophic tropical cyclone that struck East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) on Nov. 12, 1970, killing hundreds of ...
Ganges-Yamuna Doab
▪ region, India       segment of the Indo-Gangetic Plain in western and southwestern Uttar Pradesh state, northeastern India. Having an area of about 23,360 square ...
Gangetic Plain
or Indo-Gangetic Plain Fertile lowland region of north-central India. It stretches westward, centred on the Ganges River, from the Brahmaputra River valley and the Ganges delta ...
/gang"land', -leuhnd/, n. the world of organized crime; criminal underworld. [1910-15, Amer.; GANG1 + LAND] * * *
gangland killings
➡ gangs * * *
/gang"geuhl/, v.i., gangled, gangling. to move awkwardly or ungracefully: A tall, stiff-jointed man gangled past. [1965-70; back formation from GANGLING] * * *
gan·gli·a (găngʹglē-ə) n. A plural of ganglion. * * *
/gang"glee ayt', -it/, adj. having ganglia. Also, gangliated. [GANGLI(ON) + -ATE1] * * *
gangliated [gaŋ′glēit, gaŋ′glēāt΄gaŋ′glē āt΄id] adj. having ganglia: also gangliate [gaŋ′glēit, gaŋ′glēāt΄] * * * gan·gli·at·ed ...
/gang"gleuh fawrm'/, adj. having the form of a ganglion. [1675-85; GANGLI(ON) + -FORM] * * *
/gang"gling/, adj. awkwardly tall and spindly; lank and loosely built. Also, gangly. [1800-10; akin to obs. gangrel gangling person; cf. GANG1] * * *
ganglio- [gaŋ′glē ō, gaŋ′glē′ə] combining form ganglion: also, before a vowel, prefix combining form gangli- * * *
—ganglial, gangliar, adj. /gang"glee euhn/, n., pl. ganglia /-glee euh/, ganglions. 1. Anat. a. a mass of nerve tissue existing outside the central nervous system. b. any of ...
ganglion cyst
▪ osteology       saclike structure containing thick gelatinous fluid that appears on the top or underside of the wrist or, less commonly, on the top of the foot. The ...
/gang"glee euh nayt', -nit/, adj. gangliate. Also, ganglionated. [GANGLION + -ATE1] * * *
gan·gli·on·at·ed (găngʹglē-ə-nā'tĭd) adj. Gangliated. * * *
/gang'glee euh nek"teuh mee/, n., pl. ganglionectomies. Surg. the excision of a ganglion. [1920-25; GANGLION + -ECTOMY] * * *
/gang'glee on"ik/, adj. Anat. of, pertaining to, or consisting of ganglia. [1820-30; GANGLION + -IC] * * *
/gang"glee euh suyd'/, n. Biochem. any of a class of glycolipids, found chiefly in nerve ganglia, that upon hydrolysis yield sphingosine, neuraminic acid, a fatty acid, and a ...
/gang"glee/, adj., ganglier, gangliest. gangling. [1870-75, Amer.] * * *
/gang"plangk'/, n. a flat plank or small, movable, bridgelike structure for use by persons boarding or leaving a ship at a pier. Also called brow, gangway. [1840-50, Amer.; GANG1 ...
gang·plow (găngʹplou') n. A plow equipped with several blades that make parallel furrows. * * *
gang·punch (găngʹpŭnch') tr.v. Computer Science gang·punched, gang·punch·ing, gang·punch·es To duplicate (information) from a punched card onto succeeding cards. * * *
gang rape n. Rape of a victim by several attackers in rapid succession.   gangʹ-rape' (găngʹrāp') v. * * *
/gang"greuhl, -reuhl/, n. Brit. Dial. 1. a lanky, loose-jointed person. 2. a wandering beggar; vagabond; vagrant. [1300-50; ME; See GANG1, -REL; cf. GANGLING] * * *
—gangrenous /gang"greuh neuhs/, adj. /gang"green, gang green"/, n., v., gangrened, gangrening. Pathol. n. 1. necrosis or death of soft tissue due to obstructed circulation, ...
See gangrene. * * *
In US history gangs are often associated with the Wild West, the western part of the US during the period when people were beginning to move there. People like Jesse James became ...
gang saw n. A saw fitted with several blades for making simultaneous parallel cuts. * * *
gangsta [gaŋ′stə] n. 1. a variety of rap music that is distinguished by an emphasis on themes of violence, explicit sex, and drug use: also gangsta rap 2. a person who writes ...
gangsta rap
/gang"steuh/ a type of rap music whose lyrics feature violence, sexual exploits, and the like. Also, gangster rap. [1985-90] * * * ▪ hip-hop music  form of hip-hop music ...
gang·sta rap (găngʹstə) also gangster rap n. A style of rap music associated with urban street gangs and characterized by violent, tough-talking, often misogynistic ...
/gang"steuhr/, n. a member of a gang of criminals, esp. a racketeer. [1895-1900, Amer.; GANG1 + -STER] Syn. mobster, hoodlum, crook, thug; hood, goon. * * *
See gangster. * * *
/gang"steuh riz'euhm/, n. 1. the methods or behavior of gangsters. 2. the use of tactics associated with gangsters, as intimidation or violence, in order to achieve ...
gangster rap n. Variant of gangsta rap. * * *
➡ gangs * * *
/gung"tok"/, n. a city in and the capital of Sikkim, in the S part. 36,768. * * * Town (pop., 2001 prelim.: 29,162), capital of Sikkim state, northeastern India. At an ...
/gang/, n. rock or mineral matter of no value occurring with the metallic ore in a vein or deposit. [1800-10; < F < G Gang; see GANG1] * * *
—gangwayed, adj. n. /gang"way'/; interj. /gang"way"/, n. 1. a passageway, esp. a narrow walkway. 2. Naut. a. an opening in the railing or bulwark of a ship, as that into which ...
or Handsome Lake born с 1735, Ganawaugus, N.Y. died Aug. 10, 1815, Onondaga, N.Y., U.S. Seneca Indian chief. He led a somewhat dissolute life before becoming seriously ill in ...
/gan"euh steuhr/, n. 1. a highly refractory, siliceous rock used to line furnaces. 2. a synthetic product similar to this rock, made by mixing ground quartz with a bonding ...
Ganivet y García, Ángel
▪ Spanish writer born Dec. 13, 1865, Granada, Spain died Nov. 29, 1898, Riga, Latvia, Russian Empire       Spanish essayist and novelist, considered a precursor of the ...
/gahn"jeuh, gan"-/, n. marijuana, esp. in the form of a potent preparation used chiefly for smoking. Also, ganjah. [1680-90; < Hindi gãja hemp, the cut tops and leaves of ...
Gan Jiang (gänʹ jyängʹ) also Kan River (kăn) A river of southeast China flowing about 885 km (550 mi) generally north into the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) north of ...
▪ Japanese painter original name  Saeki Kishi  born 1756, Kanazawa, Japan died Jan. 19, 1839, Kyōto       Japanese painter of the late Tokugawa period who ...
/gan"it/, n. any large, web-footed, seabird of the family Sulidae, having a sharply pointed bill, long wings, and a wedge-shaped tail, noted for its plunging dives for ...
/gan"it/, n. Henry, 1846-1914, U.S. geographer and cartographer. * * *
Gannett Co., Inc.
One of the largest newspaper groups in the U.S. It was founded by Frank Ernest Gannett (1876–1957), who in 1906 began buying small newspapers in upstate New York. It was ...
Gannett Peak
▪ mountain, Wyoming, United States       mountain in the Wind River Range and the highest point (13,804 feet [4,207 metres]) in Wyoming, U.S. Located 50 miles (80 km) ...
Gannett, Frank Ernest
▪ American publisher born September 15, 1876, Bristol, New York, U.S. died December 3, 1957, Rochester, New York       American publisher who established a major chain ...
Gannett Peak A mountain, 4,210.2 m (13,804 ft) high, in the Wind River Range of the Rocky Mountains in west-central Wyoming. It is the highest point in the state. * * *
gannister [gan′is tər] n. alt. sp. of GANISTER * * * gan·nis·ter (gănʹĭ-stər) n. Variant of ganister. * * *
ga·nof (gäʹnəf) n. Variant of ganef. * * *
/gan"oyd/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the Ganoidei, a group of mostly extinct fishes characterized by hard, bony scales, the living species of which include the paddlefishes, ...

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