Archive for December, 2006
gam 1 (gām)
1. A social visit or friendly interchange, especially between whalers or seafarers.
2. A herd of whales or a social congregation of whalers, especially at sea. See Synonyms at flock1.
v. gammed, gam·ming, gams
To hold a visit, especially while at sea.
1. To visit with.
2. To spend (time) talking or visiting.
gam 2 (gām)
A person’s leg.
spherical trigonometry and lobster bisque.
one of these things is not like the other
and the other is not like the other either.
or is it ?
does the queen write a letter to herself if she turns 100 ?