Definition of Gytes

1. gyte [n] - See also: gyte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gytes

gyrus occipitotemporalis medialis
gyrus paraterminalis
gyrus postcentralis
gyrus precentralis
gyrus rectus
gyrus subcallosus
gyrus supramarginalis
gyrus temporalis inferior
gyrus temporalis medius
gyrus temporalis superior
gyruses
gyse
gyses
gyte
gytes (current term)
gytrash
gytrashes
gyttja
gyttjas
gyve
gyved
gyves
gyving
gzip
gzipped
gzipping
gzips
gâche
güira

Literary usage of Gytes

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1. The Bookman (1898)
""Cigarette" and "Arethusa" were at this school together, but Stevenson was in the "gytes" when his future friend was a sixth-form boy. ..."

2. Adventures Among Books by Andrew Lang (1905)
"... Taut I was an elderly boy of seventeen, when he was lost in the crowd of "gytes," as the members of the lowest form are called. Like all Scotch people, ..."

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