Definitions for galoregəˈlɔr, -ˈloʊr
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in great numbers
existing in abundance
"abounding confidence"; "whiskey galore"
After the shipwreck there was whisky galore to be had for the taking.
Origin: From go leor and gu leòr, gu leòir, "enough, plenty", "till sufficiency, till plenty, till clarity'" (leor is the dative of léir "sufficiency, plenty, clarity").
plenty; abundance; in abundance
Origin: [Scot. gelore, gilore, galore, fr. Gael. gu ler, enough; gu- to, also an adverbial prefix + ler, leir, enough; or fr. Ir. goleor, the same word.]
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“…Aberjhani the new Savannah has a hero a poet laureate, maybe a poet hero they respond to this poet, awards, honors galore, ever sat down and read Aberjhani’s stuff mean really read it …Savannah spawned something here, Johnny Mercer meet Aberjhani…”
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- im ÜberflussGerman
- en abundanciaSpanish
- en abondance, pléthoreFrench
- dy liooarManx
- प्रचुर मात्रा मेंHindi
- a bizzeffeItalian
- genoeg, in overvloedDutch
- изобилие, обилиеRussian
- obilno, izobilno, obilje, izobiljeSerbo-Croatian
- i överflödSwedish
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