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Garʹvies (2 syl., g soft)

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Sprats. So called from Inch Garvie, an isle in the Frith of Forth, near which they are caught.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Gargittios
Gargouille, or Gargoil (g hard)
Garibaldi’s Red Shirt
Garland (g hard)
Garlick
Garnish (g hard)
Garratt (g hard)
Garraway’s
Garrote or Garotte
Garter (g hard)
Garvies
Gasconade
Gaston (g hard)
Gastrolators
Gat-tooth (g hard)
Gate Money
Gate-posts
Gate of Italy
Gate of Tears [Babelmandeb]
Gath (g hard)
Gathered

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