gaw

[gaw]
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noun Chiefly Scot.

a narrow, trenchlike depression, especially a furrow in the earth or a worn or thin area in cloth.

Nearby words

  1. gavel-to-gavel,
  2. gavelkind,
  3. gavial,
  4. gavin,
  5. gavotte,
  6. gawain,
  7. gawain, sir,
  8. gawk,
  9. gawkish,
  10. gawkishly

Origin of gaw

First recorded in 1785–95; origin uncertain

G.A.W.

guaranteed annual wage.
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