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Game Boy a brand name for any of several handheld game consoles manufactured by Nintendo beginning in 1989.
gamecock a rooster trained and often bred for fighting.
gamefish any fish that is commonly caught for sport.
gamekeeper a person employed to breed and protect game birds and other wildlife on private grounds or on a game preserve.
game law a law regulating hunting and fishing, enacted to preserve game.
game plan a strategy or course of action planned before a game of sport, esp. football. [2 definitions]
game point the stage in a game, esp. in a racket sport, when the next point scored will be the last and deciding one. [2 definitions]
game show a television show in which participants play various games of chance, skill, or memory in order to win prizes.
gamesmanship the art or act of using questionable, though legal, tactics to win at games or contests.
gamesome having or showing a desire to play; frisky; frolicsome.
gamester one who habitually gambles.
gamete a mature reproductive cell, such as an egg or sperm, that is capable of uniting with another cell to form a new organism.
game theory mathematical analysis of strategies for maximizing gains and minimizing losses, applied to games of strategic competition and to corporate, military, and other decision-making problems.
gameto- gamete or reproductive cell.
gametocyte a cell that divides to produce gametes.
gametophore a plant part that produces gametes.
gametophyte the sexual, gamete-bearing form of a plant that undergoes the alternation of generations. (Cf. sporophyte.)
gamin an unsupervised or homeless boy who wanders about in the streets; urchin.
gaming the practice of gambling; playing of games of chance. [2 definitions]
gamma the name of the third letter of the Greek alphabet.
gamma globulin a protein in blood serum that contains antibodies used in the prevention of a number of infectious diseases, such as measles and hepatitis.