gam definition

  • noun:
    • A social go to or friendly interchange, specially between whalers or seafarers.
    • A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, especially at sea. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • Slang A person's knee.
    • A person's knee.
    • A collective noun used to relate to a small grouping of whales; a pod.
    • A social gathering of whalers or any other boats.
    • Alternative spelling of gom. A silly, foolish individual.
    • A social go to or friendly interchange, particularly between whalers or seafarers.
    • A social see or friendly interchange, specifically between whalers or seafarers.
    • A herd, or college, of whales.
    • A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, specifically at water. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A visit between whalers at sea; a holding of personal intercourse between those on different vessels at sea, or (Local U. S.) between people ashore.
    • A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, especially at sea. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • a trip between whalers at ocean; a holding of social intercourse between those on various vessels at sea, or (regional U. S.) between people ashore.
    • Slang A person's leg.
    • Slang an individual's leg.
    • an individual's leg.
    • your knee.
    • A collective noun used to refer to a group of whales; a pod.
    • A collective noun used to refer to a group of whales; a pod.
    • A social gathering of whalers or any other ships.
    • Alternative spelling of gom. A silly, silly individual.
    • A herd, or college, of whales.
    • a call between whalers at sea; a holding of social sexual intercourse between those on various vessels at ocean, or (neighborhood U. S.) between persons ashore.
    • a trip between whalers at ocean; a holding of personal sexual intercourse between those on different vessels at ocean, or (Local U. S.) between individuals ashore.
    • A social gathering of whalers or other boats.
    • a leg.
    • a leg.
    • A social go to or friendly interchange, especially between whalers or seafarers.
    • A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, specifically at sea. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • Alternative spelling of gom. A silly, foolish individual.
    • A herd, or college, of whales.
    • a trip between whalers at water; a holding of social sexual intercourse between those on various vessels at sea, or (Local U. S.) between people ashore.
    • a trip between whalers at sea; a holding of personal sexual intercourse between those on different vessels at sea, or (neighborhood U. S.) between persons ashore.
    • Slang your leg.
    • a leg.
    • A herd or school of whales.
    • A herd or school of whales.
    • an individual's leg.
    • Hence A social see between fishermen; a chat, call, or any other trade of courtesies, as when vessels satisfy and talk each other, change visits, give and take letters aboard, etc.
    • ergo A social visit between anglers; a chat, call, or other exchange of courtesies, as whenever vessels meet and talk one another, change visits, give-and-take letters aboard, etc.
    • A collective noun used to relate to a team of whales; a pod.
    • A tusk or big enamel.
    • A tusk or big tooth.
    • A leg.
    • A leg.
    • A social gathering of whalers or other vessels.
    • a herd of whales
    • a herd of whales
    • alternate spelling of gom. A silly, foolish individual.
    • A herd, or college, of whales.
    • A visit between whalers at ocean; a holding of personal sex between those on different vessels at sea, or (regional U. S.) between persons ashore.
    • a trip between whalers at ocean; a holding of personal sexual intercourse between those on different vessels at water, or (Local U. S.) between persons ashore.
    • A herd or school of whales.
    • Hence A social visit between anglers; a chat, call, or other trade of courtesies, as whenever vessels satisfy and speak each other, trade visits, give-and-take letters aboard, etc.
    • A tusk or huge enamel.
    • A leg.
    • a leg.
    • a herd of whales
    • A social visit or friendly interchange, especially between whalers or seafarers.
    • A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, particularly at ocean. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A herd or college of whales.
    • ergo A social go to between anglers; a chat, call, or any other exchange of courtesies, as when vessels satisfy and talk one another, exchange visits, give and take letters aboard, etc.
    • A tusk or huge tooth.
    • A leg.
    • Slang your leg.
    • your knee.
    • A collective noun regularly refer to a small grouping of whales; a pod.
    • A social gathering of whalers or other boats.
    • a herd of whales
    • alternate spelling of gom. A silly, foolish person.
    • A herd, or school, of whales.
    • A visit between whalers at water; a holding of personal intercourse between those on various vessels at ocean, or (regional U. S.) between people ashore.
    • a call between whalers at ocean; a holding of personal intercourse between those on different vessels at ocean, or (neighborhood U. S.) between individuals ashore.
    • a leg.
    • A herd or college of whales.
    • therefore A social go to between anglers; a chat, call, or other change of courtesies, as when vessels satisfy and speak both, trade visits, give and take letters aboard, etc.
    • A tusk or large tooth.
    • A leg.
    • a herd of whales
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to keep a call, specifically while at water.
    • to put up a trip, specifically while at sea.
    • to keep a call, especially while at sea.
    • To gather in a gam; -- said of whales.
    • to assemble in a gam; -- said of whales.
    • to take part in a gam, or (regional, U. S.) in personal sexual intercourse everywhere.
    • to take part in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in personal sexual intercourse everywhere.
    • to carry a trip, specifically while at sea.
    • To gather in a gam; -- stated of whales.
    • To engage in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in social intercourse anywhere.
    • to assemble in a gam; -- said of whales.
    • To engage in a gam, or (neighborhood, U. S.) in personal sexual intercourse everywhere.
    • to put up a call, specially while at ocean.
    • to collect in a gam; -- stated of whales.
    • to take part in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in social intercourse everywhere.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to see with.
    • to pay (time) speaking or visiting.
    • to check out with.
    • to see with.
    • To spend (time) chatting or going to.
    • to pay (time) talking or checking out.
    • To have a gam with; to cover a visit to, esp. among whalers at sea.
    • to own a gam with; to pay a visit to, esp. among whalers at water.
    • to consult with with.
    • To spend (time) chatting or going to.
    • To have a gam with; to pay a trip to, esp. among whalers at ocean.
    • to possess a gam with; to pay for a visit to, esp. among whalers at ocean.
    • to go to with.
    • to invest (time) talking or seeing.
    • to possess a gam with; to pay a trip to, esp. among whalers at ocean.
  • verb:
    • To make a social go to on another ship at sea.
    • to produce a social see on another ship at water.
    • to produce a social go to on another ship at sea.
    • to create a social go to on another ship at sea.
    • to produce a social visit on another ship at ocean.
  • others:
    • To herd together or develop a school, as whales; group together and swim in the same direction.
    • To herd collectively or form a school, as whales; crowd together and swim in the same way.
    • to help make a call, trade visits, have a chat, etc., as fishermen or fishing-vessels.
    • to create a call, change visits, have actually a chat, etc., as fishermen or fishing-vessels.
    • To herd together or form a school, as whales; audience together and swim in the same direction.
    • to create a call, exchange visits, have actually a chat, etc., as fishermen or fishing-vessels.
    • To herd collectively or develop a school, as whales; group collectively and swim in identical way.
    • which will make a call, change visits, have a chat, etc., as fishermen or fishing-vessels.
    • To herd collectively or form a school, as whales; audience together and swim in the same course.
    • to produce a call, trade visits, have actually a chat, etc., as fishermen or fishing-vessels.

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