Gart vs Gert - What's the difference?
As a verb gart
As an adjective gert is
As an adverb gert is
From (etyl) gar, gare, gere, gore, from (etyl) . Related to (l).
Any of several fish, of the family , that have long, narrow jaws; garfish
From (etyl) garren, gerren, from (etyl) gera, gerva'' (Swedish ''''), from (etyl) . Compare ''yare .
* 1485 , Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur , Book XX:
* 1885 , Sir Richard Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night , Night 15:
- I shall firste begyn at Sandwyche, and there I shall go in my shearte, barefoote, and at every ten myles ende I shall founde and gar make an house of religious, of what order that ye woll assygne me [...].
- Time gars me tremble. Ah, how sore the baulk! / While Time in pride of strength cloth ever stalk [...].
(slang, Bristol) big
- That's a gert sandwich.
(slang, Bristol) very
- That's a gert big sandwich.
- That pizza was gert tasty.
* gert lush