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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From gut +‎ -ling.

NounEdit

gutling (plural gutlings)

  1. (archaic) A glutton
    • 1854, Robert Sanderson (bp. of Lincoln.), ‎William Jacobson (bp. of Chester), The works of Robert Sanderson:
      The Poets wanted no sport the while; who made themselves bitterly merry with descanting upon the lean skulls, and the fat paunches of these lazy gutlings: there was fleshhold enough for the rhyming Satyrists and the Wits of those times, whereon to fasten the sorest and the strongest teeth they had.

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PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: gut‧ling

NounEdit

gutling

  1. A second; one-sixtieth of a minute.
    Synonym: segundo