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German measles n.pl. Disease like mild measles; rubella.Germinal adj. 1 of germs. 2 in the earliest stage of development. 3 productive of new ideas.  germinally adv. [related to *germ] cymbaler Gerund n. Verbal noun, in english ending in -ing (e.g. Do you mind my asking you?). [latin]German measles n.pl. Disease like mild measles; rubella.Gesture �n. 1 significant movement of a limb or the body. 2 use of such movements, esp. As a rhetorical device. 3 action to evoke a response or convey intention, usu. Friendly. �v. (-ring) gesticulate. [latin gestura from gero wield]Germinal adj. 1 of germs. 2 in the earliest stage of development. 3 productive of new ideas.  germinally adv. [related to *germ]Germander n. Plant of the mint family. [greek, = ground-oak]Germinal adj. 1 of germs. 2 in the earliest stage of development. 3 productive of new ideas.  germinally adv. [related to *germ]German measles n.pl. Disease like mild measles; rubella.Gesture �n. 1 significant movement of a limb or the body. 2 use of such movements, esp. As a rhetorical device. 3 action to evoke a response or convey intention, usu. Friendly. �v. (-ring) gesticulate. [latin gestura from gero wield]




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