Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Gerry, Elbridge 1744-1814. American politician. A signer of the Declaration of Independence (1776) and a delegate to the Continental Congress (1787), he served as governor of Massachusetts (1810-1811) and as Vice President of the United States (1813-1814) under James Madison.

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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given names Gerald and Gerard.
  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Geraldine.

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Examples

  • Ron Good: To any of them: Instead of telling me what you will do for me, what are you prepared and willing to stop ... stageleft: @Gerry B - I'm no fan of the NDP but that one needs to be looked at in a larger context Gerry B ....

    Progressive Bloggers

  • She points at a red heart on her shoulder with the name Gerry written across it in Old English script.

    Sweetblood

  • Gerry is saying that the claims of a 50/50 chance for climate change legislation are probably nonsense, but he wishes they were true.

    50-50 « Gerry Canavan

  • Gerry is making all women look bad as is HRC with her sexism cries.

    Bill Clinton says race card allegation 'revolting strategy'

  • Gerry Connolly Sucks Part 3582694: Gerry is a pro-abort.

    Gerry Connolly Sucks, Part 8

  • But at least he gives us a paper trail to see who Gerry is really associating himself with in Prince William.

    Was a Hate Group involved in PWC Resolution?

  • Finally - let's not forget that Gerry is benefiting from this from his other job - working for SAIC, known for its involvement in the Iraq War.

    FED GOVERNMENT APPROVES RAIL TO GERRY

  • Gerry is showing the true face of many of the old democrats.

    Ferraro suggests she may not vote for Obama

  • Gerry is a dedicated community leader, and his common-sense approach to community issues has earned him countless awards for his work on the environment, improving public safety, and transportation.

    "The Appalachian Problem"

  • The reason they have endorsed Gerry is because unions tend to endorse those who have supported legislation favorable to the union's particular needs.

    Gerry Insults 19 Unions

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