Definitions for egadɪˈgæd, iˈgæd

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  1. egad(Interjection)

    a mild exclamation of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration.

  2. Origin: From By God.

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  1. Egad

    an exclamation expressing exultation or surprise, etc

  2. Origin: [Euphemistic corruption of the oath, by God.]

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  1. aged

  2. gade


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