Definition of Gonophs

1. Noun. (plural of gonoph) ¹



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Definition of Gonophs

1. gonoph [n] - See also: gonoph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gonophs

gonococci
gonococcic
gonococcicide
gonococcus
gonocytes
gonof
gonofs
gonohemia
gonolek
gonoleks
gonoph
gonophage
gonophores
gonophs (current term)
gonopod
gonopodia
gonopodium
gonopods
gonopoietic
gonopores
gonorrheal
gonorrheas
gonorrheic
gonorrhoeal
gonorrhoeal arthritis

Literary usage of Gonophs

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1. Musa Pedestris: Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes (1536-1896) by John Stephen Farmer (1896)
"i Understand, if you please, I'ma travelling thief, The gonophs all call me the gypsy; By the rattler I ride when I've taken my brief, And I sling on my ..."

2. Tales of Mean Streets by Arthur Morrison (1921)
"And apart from that, why did other gonophs get lucky touches for half a century of quids at a time, while he! ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1860)
"... in contrasts with the young "gonophs," or thieving boys of Lou- don. Let the ordinary " gamin" be measured against the blue-coated British butcher boy, ..."

4. Revelations of Prison Life: With an Enquiry Into Prison Discipline and by George Laval Chesterton (1856)
"Thieves, gonophs, or crossmen, in London, are divided into several mobs or gangs, named from the district which they inhabit, distinct from each other ..."

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