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gertrude

[ gur-trood ]
/ ˈgɜr trud /
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noun
a slip or underdress for infants.
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Origin of gertrude

1925–30, Americanism; special use of Gertrude

Other definitions for gertrude (2 of 2)

Gertrude
[ gur-trood ]
/ ˈgɜr trud /

noun
a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “spear” and “strength.”
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