Crossword clues for gut
- Feel in one's ___
- Instinctive reaction
- Beer belly
- *Undermine, as a government program
- Inner feeling
- The part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
- A strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
- Based on instincts
- One kind of feeling
- Kind of feeling or reaction
- Violin-string material
- Remove vital parts from
- Violin string
- Tennis-racquet strings
- Kind of feeling or issue
- Racquet material
- Anagram for tug
- Kind of course
- Tennis-racquet material
- Fishing-tackle material
- Fish-line material
- String material
- Kind of feeling
- Kind of reaction
- Clean out, in a way
- Dieter's target
- Belt tightener?
- Plunder the contents of
- Pit of the stomach
- Remove the vital parts from
- Kind of instinct
- It may be sucked in
- Destroy the interior of
- Old tennis racket string material
- Ready to be totally remodeled
- ___ reaction
- Remove the insides from
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gut \Gut\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Gutted; p. pr. & vb. n. Gutting.]
To take out the bowels from; to eviscerate.
To plunder of contents; to destroy or remove the interior or contents of; as, a mob gutted the house.
Tom Brown, of facetious memory, having gutted a proper name of its vowels, used it as freely as he pleased.
Gut \Gut\, n. [OE. gut, got, AS. gut, prob. orig., a channel, and akin to ge['o]tan to pour. See FOUND to cast.]
A narrow passage of water; as, the Gut of Canso.
An intenstine; a bowel; the whole alimentary canal; the enteron; (pl.) bowels; entrails.
One of the prepared entrails of an animal, esp. of a sheep, used for various purposes. See Catgut.
The sac of silk taken from a silkworm (when ready to spin its cocoon), for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread. This, when dry, is exceedingly strong, and is used as the snood of a fish line.
Blind gut. See C[AE]cum, n. (b) .
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English guttas (plural) "bowels, entrails," related to geotan "to pour," from PIE *gheu- "pour" (see found (v.2)). Related to Middle Dutch gote, Dutch goot, German Gosse "gutter, drain," Middle English gote "channel, stream." Meaning "abdomen, belly" is from c.1400. Meaning "easy college course" is student slang from 1916, probably from obsolete slang sense of "feast" (the connecting notion is "something that one can eat up"). Sense of "inside contents of anything" (usually plural) is from 1570s. To hate (someone's) guts is first attested 1918. The notion of the intestines as a seat of emotions is ancient (see bowel) and probably explains expressions such as gut reaction (1963), gut feeling (by 1970), and compare guts. Gut check attested by 1976.
"to remove the guts of" (fish, etc.), late 14c., from gut (n.); figurative use by 1680s. Related: Gutted; gutting.
1 Made of gut, e.g., a violin with ''gut strings'' 2 instinctive, e.g., a ''gut reaction'' n. 1 The alimentary canal, especially the intestine. 2 (context informal English) The abdomen of a person, especially one that is enlarged 3 (context uncountable English) The intestines of an animal used to make strings of a tennis racket or violin, etc. 4 A person's emotional, visceral self. 5 (context in the plural English) The essential, core parts. 6 (context in the plural English) Ability and will to face up to adversity or unpleasantness. 7 (context informal English) A gut course 8 A narrow passage of water. 9 The sac of silk taken from a silkworm when ready to spin its cocoon, for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread. When dry, it is exceedingly strong, and is used as the snood of a fishing line. v
1 (context transitive English) To eviscerate. 2 (context transitive English) To remove or destroy the most important parts of.
v. empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building"
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep"
Gut or guts may refer to:
Gut is a German grindcore band, often credited as fathers of pornogrind, and known for their over-the-top vocals and morbid, pornographic imagery. Natalie Purcell, in her book Death Metal Music: The Passion and Politics of a Subculture, suggests that pornogrind is defined solely on the basis of its lyrical content and unique imagery, its focus on pornographic content. Purcell does note, however, that bands like Gut include "simpler, slower, and more rock-like songs".
On Gut's 2006 release, The Cumback 2006, the band began combining grindcore with elements of hip hop, hardcore punk, and electronic music.
Gut is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal on gastroenterology and hepatology. It is the journal of the British Society of Gastroenterology and is published by the BMJ Group. , the editor-in-chief is Emad El-Omar.
Gut was established in 1960 and covers original research on the gastrointestinal tract, liver, pancreas, and biliary tract. The journal has annual supplements covering the presentations from the British Society of Gastroenterology Annual General Meeting. British Society of Gastroenterology clinical practice guidelines are also published as supplements to the journal. As of March 2010 subscribers to Gut also receive a copy of Frontline Gastroenterology.
Gut, Guts or Gūts is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alina Gut (born 1938), Polish parliamentarian
- Andrzej Gut-Mostowy (born 1960), Polish politician
- Gatis Gūts (born 1976), Latvian bobsledder
- Irene Gut Opdyke (née Irena Gut, 1922–2003), Polish nurse who gained recognition for aiding Jews persecuted by the Nazis during World War II
- Karel Gut (1927–2014), Czech ice hockey player
- Lara Gut (born 1991), Swiss alpine ski racer
- Zbigniew Gut (1949–2010), Polish footballer
Gut is a geographical term with two meanings:
- A narrow coastal body of water, a channel or strait, usually one that is subject to strong tidal currents flowing back and forth.
- A small creek.
Gut or kut, also spelled goot , is the ritual performed by Korean mu ( shamans) in the tradition of Sinism (or Muism), involving offerings a sacrifices to the gods and ancestor worship, rhythmic movements, songs, oracles and prayers. The main varieties of the gut are naerim-gut, dodang-gut and ssitgim-gut.
These rites are meant to create welfare, promoting commitment between the spiritual and the mundane world. Through singing and dancing the mu begs the gods to intervene in the fortunes of men. The shaman wears a very colourful costume and normally speaks in ecstasy. During a gut a shaman changes his or her costume several times. Gut are performed through a number of ceremonial phases, gori.
Usage examples of "gut".
This was the final consequence and the shattering cost of the aberration which came over the Nazi dictator in his youthful gutter days in Vienna and which he imparted to - or shared with - so many of his German followers.
His dry throat struggled to roar, his hands clawed uncontrollably at the air, and his guts seemed afire and yet light and free.
Und es ist zugleich das am wenigsten benutzte aller Geschenke was wohl nur gut ist.
Several of the Amar were seated apart, skinning and gutting the animals the hunters had brought back.
How many weeks I laid there blown right up the gut watching that bottle of plasma run down tubes stuck in me anyplace they could get one in?
Kadaver eines Hirsches das, meine ich, solltest du mir verzeihen , sondern weil meine Welt, so gut wie die deine, auf dem Spiel steht.
Wie gut, am Leben zu sein, am Leben zu sein und eine Aufgabe zu haben, und seine Lieben um sich.
Gator stood by the half-visible airman, talking to her as she rummaged around in the guts of the hydraulics system, electrical lines, and avionics that controlled the Tomcat.
He realized with a wrench in his gut that he had probably been the same age at that time as Rick Ayers, the redhead, was right now.
Mountain Lion up the valley of the Nile, until they came to el Baban, The Gates, and found the Saracen host drawn up for battle in the gut of the low sandy hills.
He should have been pleased that Batt had apparently moved quickly to start the matchmaking process, but for some reason, he felt a chill in his gut.
In a flourish that surprised everyone, Bec ripped handfuls of leaves from a spindly bush and stuffed them inside the gutted perch before letting Sarah bake them on her smoking fire pit.
With a sinking sensation in his gut, he decided that he must be in the compound of the Beja tribesmen beside the Beit el Mai, the stronghold of his old enemy Osman Atalan.
He and Biggins, Kellog and Bianco and the two reporters now sitting at the pool site, pretending to type stories on the gutted Compaq, were all employees of KFAL in Kansas City.
No son of a bitching Texas gut robber was going to tell Milton Anthony Warden what woman he could go out with and what one he couldnt.