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A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. Francis Grose. 1790.
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Gawn — (g[add]n), n. [Corrupted fr. gallon.] A small tub or lading vessel. [Prov. Eng.] Johnson. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Gawn — This unusual and interesting name is of early medieval English origin, and is one of the surnames created from a personal name which was popular in the Middle Ages in both the Middle English form Gawayne as well as the Old French Gauvin and the… … Surnames reference
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Mount Gawn — (71°55′S 165°11′E / 71.917°S 165.183°E / 71.917; 165.183) is a prominent peak (2,190 m) in the central part of King Range in northwest Victoria Land. Named by the northern party of the … Wikipedia
gauntry — /gawn tree/, n., pl. gauntries. gantry. * * * … Universalium
Gondomar — /gawn daw mahrdd /, n. Diego Sarmiento de Acuña /dye gaw sahrdd myen taw dhe ah kooh nyah/, Count of, 1567 1626, Spanish diplomat. * * * … Universalium
gone — /gawn, gon/, v. 1. pp. of go1. adj. 2. departed; left. 3. lost or hopeless. 4. ruined. 5. that has passed away; dead. 6. past. 7. weak and faint: a gone feeling. 8. used up. 9. Slang … Universalium
goneness — /gawn nis, gon /, n. a sinking sensation; exhaustion or faintness. [1840 50, Amer.; GONE + NESS] * * * … Universalium
Gondomar — /gawn daw mahrdd /, n. Diego Sarmiento de Acuña /dye gaw sahrdd myen taw dhe ah kooh nyah/, Count of, 1567 1626, Spanish diplomat … Useful english dictionary