from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of go.
- n. One hundredth of a right angle; a gradian.
- n. Abbreviation of gondola car.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of go.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of the infinitive go and of the past participle gone.
Yes, I'd call it disengenuous to say one thin gon this leaflet that contradicts what is on her website.
Now, question time: Do you know why Qui-gon is advising you while his former Padawan is, to some intelligence sources, presumptively advising Luke?
I’ve yet to catch her and get her to the potty on time but she almost always needs to pee right after the bath (I know because if she gets away from me she’ll frequently end up peein gon the carpet before I can get a diaper on her.)
There isn’t even a little grey box postin gon this.
“Its caption states: ‘Microsoft software is carefully designed to keep your company’s valuable information in, and unauthorised people and viruses out’,” says the story, goin gon:
One important, and from a Western perspective colorful, Nigerien legal tradition is its citizens' reliance on an oracle called the gon to identify wrongdoers and restore harmony to their communities.
From this point on the male's contribution is typically termed gonÃª (semen), and the female's katamenia (menses).
Willis, who went round to every hut, and shook hands with every negro, saying, "How d'ye do, brudder, de devil is dead an 'gon' to hell, an 'Old George got clear of his sixty lashes."
I'm so Brooklyn/I know we facin 'a recession, but the music y'all makin' gon 'make it the Great Depression/Or your lack of aggression/Pull your skirt back down ...
Dat Tex, she got de gun, she shoot de jack-rabbit, de leetle owl, mebbe-so de deer -- dey ain 'gon' hungry w'ile he got de gun. "