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gourd the fruit of any of a number of plants related to the squash, esp. the dried and decorative shells of some varieties. [3 definitions]
gourde the chief monetary unit of Haiti, equaling one hundred centimes.
gourmand someone who takes great pleasure in eating and drinking, often to excess.
gourmet someone who appreciates and is knowledgeable about well-prepared food, fine wines, and the like. [2 definitions]
gout a painful disorder characterized by the accumulation of uric acid salts in the joints. [2 definitions]
gouty of, pertaining to, or characteristic of gout. [4 definitions]
Gov. abbreviation of "Governor," one who governs a political unit, esp. a U.S. state. [2 definitions]
govern to rule over or in by political or sovereign authority. [5 definitions]
governable combined form of govern.
governance the act, process, manner, or power of exercising authority and control; government. [2 definitions]
governess a woman hired to care for and teach the child or children of a family.
government the direction and control exercised politically over people living in a community, state, or nation. [4 definitions]
governor one who governs a political unit, esp. a U.S. state. [2 definitions]
governor general a governor of a large region, area, or territory who has jurisdiction over other governors or deputy governors.
governorship the office, functions, jurisdiction, or term of a governor.
govt. abbreviation of "government."
go whole hog (informal) to do something as completely as possible, without holding back.
gown a dress, esp. one worn on formal occasions. [4 definitions]
go wrong to fail to function or happen properly. [2 definitions]
goy (often derogatory) a non-Jewish person.
GP abbreviation of "general practitioner," a practicing physician who does not specialize in any specific field of medicine but treats a variety of medical problems.