- (sometimes initial capital letter) an unsalted French cream cheese made from whole milk and cream.
Origin of gervais
Examples from the Web for gervais
Contemporary Examples of gervais
Meditation is all about training yourself to “course correct in thinking and movement,” says Gervais.Meditation Tips for the Easily Distracted
October 30, 2014
But when it comes to animal rights, Gervais is dead serious.Hollywood Mourns the Death of Marius the Giraffe
February 14, 2014
Like Gervais, Merchant revels in burrowing into the most uncomfortable of situations and refusing to leave.‘Breaking Bad’ Finale, ‘Homeland’ Premiere: How to Survive DVRmageddon
September 29, 2013
While an often brilliant comic actor, Gervais is relatively new to stand up and has never achieved the top tier of that art form.The Gaudy, Gauche and Sometimes Corrupt Greatness of the Golden Globes
January 16, 2012
Gervais sings Elmo a “celebrity lullaby” and even offers him a “celebrity cup of milk.”Elmo's True Hollywood Story
October 21, 2011
Historical Examples of gervais
Little Gervais was stricken with fever and narrowly escaped death.
It came from Master Gervais, who was vexed at not having been served first.
There was no corner left for him at the farm where Gervais and Claire took up all the room.
Gregoire came here and kissed me, and wished me to send for Gervais and Claire at once.
"Gervais, you're a fool," was the excellent opening made by M. le Comte.Scaramouche
- Ricky . born 1961, British comedian, writer, and actor; his TV series include The Office (2001–03), and Extras (2005–07)
Word Origin and History for gervais
masc. proper name, French Gervais, from Old High German Gervas, literally "serving with one's spear," from ger "spear" + Celtic base *vas- "servant."