noun, plural giz·mos.
Definition for gizmo (2 of 2)
noun, plural gis·mos. Informal.
Origin of gismo
Examples from the Web for gizmo
When my father died in 1967, I inherited the gizmo and used it until I ran out of its special razor blades in the mid-1970s.
I wrote the company, explained the situation, and wondered where could I buy blades for their gizmo?
The third gizmo is the Laser Genesis, which treats fine lines, redness, and uneven skin texture.
British Dictionary definitions for gizmo
noun plural -mos
Word Origin for gizmo
Word Origin and History for gizmo
1942, "Marine and Navy usage for any old thing you can't put a name to" ["Life" magazine, July 30, 1945], of unknown origin, perhaps a made-up word.