Definitions for gnashnæʃ
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grind together, of teeth
To grind one's teeth in pain or in anger.
To run away
Origin: From gnasten. Origins unkown, but presumably Germanic. Compare Old Norse gnastan and German knirschen.
to strike together, as in anger or pain; as, to gnash the teeth
to grind or strike the teeth together
Origin: [OE. gnasten, gnaisten, cf. Icel. gnastan a gnashing, gnsta to gnash, Dan.knaske, Sw. gnissla, D. knarsen, G. knirschen.]
Gnash is a media player for playing SWF files. Gnash is available both as a standalone player for desktop computers and embedded devices, as well as a plugin for several browsers. It is part of the GNU Project and is a free and open-source alternative to Adobe Flash Player. It was developed from the GameSWF project. Gnash was first announced in late 2005 by software developer John Gilmore. The current maintainer is Rob Savoye.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nash, v.t. to strike the teeth together in rage or pain.—v.i. to grind the teeth.—n. a sudden snap.—adv. Gnash′ingly. [M. E. gnasten—Sw. knastra, to crash; cf. Ger. knastern, Dan. knaske.]
The numerical value of gnash in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of gnash in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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