(Guy), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Guyed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Guying.] To steady or guide with a guy.
1. A grotesque effigy, like that of Guy Fawkes, dressed up in England on the fifth of November, the day
of the Gunpowder Plot.
The lady . . . who dresses like a guy.W. S. Gilbert.
2. A person of queer looks or dress. Dickens.
(Guy), v. t. To fool; to baffle; to make (a person) an object of ridicule. [Local & Collog U.S.]
(Guyle) v. t. To guile. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Guze) n. [Cf. Gules.] (Her.) A roundlet of tincture sanguine, which is blazoned without mention
of the tincture.
(Guz"zle) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Guzzled (-z'ld); p. pr. & vb. n. Guzzling ] [OP. gosillier, prob.
orig., to pass through the throat; akin to F. gosier throat; cf. It. gozzo a bird's crop.] To swallow liquor
greedily; to drink much or frequently.
Those that came to guzzle in his wine cellar.Milton.
Well-seasoned bowls the gossip's spirits raise,Roscommon.
Who, while she guzzles, chats the doctor's praise.
To fat the guzzling hogs with floods of whey.Gay.
(Guz"zle), v. t. To swallow much or often; to swallow with immoderate gust; to drink greedily or
continually; as, one who guzzles beer. Dryden.
(Guz"zle), n. An insatiable thing or person.
That sink of filth, that guzzle most impure.Marston.
(Guz"zler) n. An immoderate drinker.
(Gwin"i*ad) n. [W. gwyniad a whiting, the name of various fishes, fr. gwyn white.] (Zoöl.) A
fish (Coregonus ferus) of North Wales and Northern Europe, allied to the lake whitefish; called also
powan, and schelly. [Written also gwyniad, guiniad, gurniad.]
(Gy"all) n. (Zoöl.) See Gayal.
(Gyb Gybe) n. (Naut.) See Jib. [Obs.]
(Gybe) n. & v. See Gibe.
(Gybe), v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Gybed (jibd); p. pr. & vb. n. Gybing.] [See Jibe.] (Naut.) To
shift from one side of a vessel to the other; said of the boom of a fore-and-aft sail when the vessel is
steered off the wind until the sail fills on the opposite side. [Also jibe.]
(Gye) v. t. [OF. guier; of German origin. See Guide, and cf. Guy.] To guide; to govern. [Obs.]
Discreet enough his country for to gye.Chaucer.
(Gyle) n. [F. guiller to ferment. Cf. Guillevat.] Fermented wort used for making vinegar.