gory

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See also: góry

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From gore +‎ -y. Compare Middle English güre, gire, girre (gory, clotted), from Old English gyr, gyru (filthy, muddy), from gor (dirt, dung); Old Frisian gere, iere (muddy water). More at gore.

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Adjective[edit]

gory (comparative gorier, superlative goriest)

  1. covered with blood, very bloody
  2. unpleasant

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Noun[edit]

gory

  1. superseded spelling of góry.