Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See ganch, ganch.

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Examples

  • In some places ginch was used in others gitch and in Alberta “gaunch” was the word.

    quote o’ the day: Oscar Wilde, on Canada « raincoaster

  • Cabrach, that a wild boar's gaunch is more easily healed than a hurt from the deer's horn, for so says the old woodman's rhyme --

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • “But the gentleman says very right for all that, my lady,” said an old huntsman, who had listened to Bucklaw’s harangue with no small edification; “and I have heard my father say, who was a forester at the Cabrach, that a wild boar’s gaunch is more easily healed than a hurt from the deer’s horn, for so says the old woodman’s rhyme —

    The Bride of Lammermoor

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