gamic, gam′ik, adj. having a sexual character, of an ovum—opp.
There was but one blot upon his character—he hated Mrs. gam.
But lile Doed couldn't keep up wi' t' other lads on account o' his gam leg.
gambia (gam'bi-a), an English colony in western Africa along the river gambia.
According to this gam we are to go up the Diree, and then cross over high mountains, leaving the Lohit entirely.
That it has, probably, grown out of a still fuller form kam or gam.
There is also another difference—there are no ladies at a gam.
gamin, gam′in, n. a street Arab, a precocious and mischievous imp of the pavement.
During the interval, they sighted three other whaling craft, and stopped to gam with them.
We were met by the gam, or chief, before any signs of the village there were visible.
A social visit; party (1893+)
[origin unknown; perhaps fr nautical use, ''a meeting of whaling ships at sea, with attendant talk and exchange of news'' found by 1850; perhaps fr 18th-century gammon, ''talk, chatter''; probably ultimately fr Middle English gamon, ''to play, frolic'']
A leg, esp a woman's leg •Most often in the plural: regarding her superb gams with affection/ Gavilan has spindly gams, a thin neck, and a wasp waist
[1781+; perhaps fr Northern French gambe, ''leg'']