Definition of Gaumed

1. gaum [v] - See also: gaum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaumed

gauginos
gauje
gaujes
gauleiter
gauleiters
gault
gaulter
gaulters
gaultheria
gaultheria oil
gaultherias
gaultherin
gaultite
gaults
gaum
gaumed (current term)
gaumier
gaumiest
gauming
gaumless
gaums
gaumy
gaun
gaunch
gaunched
gaunches
gaunching
gaunt
gaunted
gaunter

Literary usage of Gaumed

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1. The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of the French: With a Preliminary by Walter Scott (1832)
"... displeased at what they considered lost, ti and their melts for ever, the than gratified at what they gaumed by this a, ..."

2. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1896)
"... where the fish are caught and cooked on the grounds. gaum: to smear. "The baby is all gaumed up with molasses." [Still surviving in provincial English. ..."

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