gawd


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Gawd

[gɔːd] EXCL (Brit) = god¡Dios mío!

gawd

[ˈgɔːd] excl
my gawd! → mon Dieu!
References in classic literature ?
"My Gawd!" protested Miss Merle Merryweather, the Accordion Girl, who looked like sixteen on the stage, but who, in private life among her grand-children, acknowledged forty-eight.
Been fightin' agin, by Gawd!" She threw herself upon Jimmie.
Murphy shrieked to the moon: "Oh, ar-r-Mike, f'r Gawd's sake, where is me little bit av a boy?"
"Gawd! Saunders's got crushed!" whis- pered the man at the youth's elbow.
"Well, thank Gawd it wasn't the water," cried Thompkins.
James," in a voice stifled with alarm, and to cry, "For Gawd's sake, sir, stop that
Gawd, I used to hate haircuts--I got in trouble with my father on many-a Saturday over a trip to the barber.
I mean, for gawd's sake, the guy goes to a medicine person to have his hands blessed so that he can win at bingo?
Gawd, there's a time and a place for everything, and this is neither, OK?
In the "Gawd, what we could do with that kind of money" category, John McTiernan (Die Hard) and entourage are in Campbell River shooting Eaters of The Dead, a mega-budget Viking epic for Disney, starring Antonio Banderas.
"Gawd," said his mother on her return, "The old folks at home again!