What is gal?

  • (noun): Alliterative term for girl (or woman).
    See also — Additional definitions below

Gal

Gal, an alteration of girl, is a casual term for a woman.

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Somebody Stole My Gal
... "Somebody Stole My Gal" is a popular song from 1918, written by Leo Wood ... including Somebody Stole My Gal (1931) Little Jack Little Orchestra (1936) When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950) My Favorite Year (1982) The Grass Harp (1995) Melinda and Melinda (2004) The Aviator (2004) ...
SECR K And SR K1 Classes - Design and Construction
... and Dover Marine, and side water tanks of 2,000 imp gal (9,100 l 2,400 US gal) capacity were used, negating the need for a tender ... coal bunker incorporated a water tank of 760 imp gal (3,500 l 910 US gal) capacity ... This was connected to two 620 imp gal (2,800 l 740 US gal) side tanks by two rectangular pipes on either side of the locomotive that also formed supports for the ...
Amir Gal-Or
... Amir Gal-Or (born 1962) is an Israeli businessman ... Gal-Or served as a pilot in the Israeli Air Force ...
Gal, Azerbaijan
... Gal (also, Qal, Gyal, Gagh) is a village and the least populous municipality in the Julfa Rayon of Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan ...
Saint Of The Pit - Track Listing
... revient (The Thirteenth Returns)" N/A Galás 503 2 ... "Εξελόυμε (Deliver Me)" Galás Galás 718 3 ... "L'Héautontimorouménos (The Self-Tormentor)" Baudelaire Galás 648 Side two No ...

More definitions of "gal":

  • (noun): A unit of gravitational acceleration equal to one centimeter per second per second (named after Galileo).
  • (noun): United States liquid unit equal to 4 quarts or 3.785 liters.
    Synonyms: gallon

Famous quotes containing the word gal:

    She was a charming middle-aged lady with a face like a bucket of mud. I gave her a drink. She was a gal who’d take a drink if she had to knock me down to get the bottle.
    John Paxton (1911–1985)

    Look, Buster. Don’t you get over-stimulated with me. I’m the little gal that flew all the way from New York to this lousy place, this dark continent.
    John Lee Mahin (1902–1984)