(Gadhel"ic) a. [See Gaelic.] Of or pertaining to that division of the Celtic languages, which
includes the Irish, Gaelic, and Manx. J. Peile.
(Gad"ic) a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, the cod (Gadus); applied to an acid obtained
from cod-liver oil, viz., gadic acid.
(Gad`i*ta`ni*an) a. [L. Gaditanus, fr. Gades Cadiz.] Of or relating to Cadiz, in Spain.
n. A native or inhabitant of Cadiz.
(Gad"ling) n. [Gad, n. + - ling.] (Mediæval Armor) [R.] See Gad, n., 4.
(Gad"ling), a. [See Gad, v. i.] Gadding about. [Obs.]
(Gad"ling), n. A roving vagabond. [Obs.] Rom. of R.
(Gadman) n. A gadsman.
(Ga"doid) a. [NL. gadus cod + -oid: cf. F. gadoïde gadoid, Gr. a sort of fish, F. gade.] (Zoöl.)
Of or pertaining to the family of fishes (Gadidæ) which includes the cod, haddock, and hake. n. One
of the Gadidæ. [Written also gadid.]
(Gad`o*lin"i*a) n. [NL. See Gadolinite.] (Chem.) A rare earth, regarded by some as an
oxide of the supposed element gadolinium, by others as only a mixture of the oxides of yttrium, erbium,
(Gad`o*lin"ic) a. (Chem.) Pertaining to or containing gadolinium.
(Gad"o*lin*ite) n. [Named after Gadolin, a Russian chemist.] (Min.) A mineral of a nearly
black color and vitreous luster, and consisting principally of the silicates of yttrium, cerium, and iron.
(Gad`o*lin"i*um) n. [NL. See Gadolinite.] (Chem.) A supposed rare metallic element,
with a characteristic spectrum, found associated with yttrium and other rare metals. Its individuality and
properties have not yet been determined.
(Gads"man) n. One who uses a gad or goad in driving.
(Gad"u*in) n.[NL. gadus codfish.] (Chem.) A yellow or brown amorphous substance, of indifferent
nature, found in cod-liver oil.