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gadget a small mechanical or electronic device, esp. an unusual or ingenious one.
gadgeteer one who designs and builds or who enjoys using gadgets.
gadgetry gadgets, collectively.
gadolinium a metal chemical element of the rare-earth group that has sixty-four protons in each nucleus. (symbol: Gd)
gadwall a widely distributed duck native to North America that has gray or brown plumage.
Gaea in Greek mythology, the goddess personifying the earth who gave birth to the Titans.
Gael a Gaelic-speaking Celt of Scotland, Ireland, or the Isle of Man.
Gaelic the Celtic language spoken in Scotland. [4 definitions]
gaff a metal hook with a handle, used to land large fish. [6 definitions]
gaffe a crude social error; blunder; faux pas.
gaffer a lighting technician on a television or film set. [2 definitions]
gag1 to prevent (someone) from speaking or crying out by securing something across or inside the mouth. [8 definitions]
gag2 (informal) to tell jokes; make funny remarks. [2 definitions]
gaga (informal) crazy or ecstatic.
gage1 an object, such as a glove, thrown down as a symbol of a promise or challenge to fight. [2 definitions]
gage2 variant of gauge.
gage3 any of several types of plum, usu. having a light green skin.
gaggle a flock of geese when not in the air. [2 definitions]
gagman a person who writes comic material, such as jokes, gags, and skits, for entertainers.
gag rule a rule or law that restricts discussion of a particular topic, as in a legislative body.
Gaia hypothesis a scientific hypothesis that the entire earth, including its atmosphere, is a self-regulating organism.