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Definition funny of Gaisford:
1. a term for smoking crack 2. a term for when someone steals your car can be used to mean anything to do with black people really
lets go gaisford some crack oh shit, i left my car unlocked and someone pulled a gaisford on it do you want to go gaisford some kfc?
a code word that clever white people use so that stupid foreign people don't realise they're being insulted. or if they do it doesn't matter anyway cos they're foreign
oi gaisford! what? nothing (teehee you called him a gaisford)
a man who has extreme difficulty getting ass from anyone who is not a fatass chick.
Tom is such a Gaisford he can't get laid by anyone except Jen the fat chick.
a racist insult that is not widely used, similair to nigger
Books about Gaisford:
A Lexicon To Herodotus, Greek And English: Adapted To The Text Of Gaisford And Baehr (1843) by Henry Cary (Jan 13, 2009)
Gaisford: Webster's Timeline History, 1779 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
The Gaisford Verse, 1885 [Shelley's Adonais, Stanzas 39-46, with a Gr. Tr.] by J.U. Powell by Percy Bysshe Shelley (Aug 31, 2012)
Gaisford Prize: Greek Hexameters [A Tr. of Paradise Lost, Vi, 56, with the Orig. Text] by J.H. Warner by John Milton (Jun 4, 2011)
Gaisford Greek Prose. the Siege of Londonderry by William Wardlaw Waddell (Jun 4, 2011)
Gaisford Prize: Greek Iambics [A Tr. of Henry Iv, Pt. 1; Act Ii, Sc. 4] Recited June 16, 1858 by R. Broughton by William Shakespeare (Jun 5, 2011)
Gaisford Prize, 1886. Greek Comic Verse [Tr. from King Henry Iv, Pt. 2, Act 3, Scene 2] by G.G.a. Murray by William Shakespeare (Aug 31, 2012)
Wiki information Gaisford:
The Gaisford Prize is a prize in the University of Oxford, founded in 1855 in memory of Dr Thomas Gaisford. For most of its history, the prize was awarded for Classical Greek Verse and Prose. The prizes are now the Gaisford Essay Prize and the...
Thomas Gaisford was an English classical scholar. He was born at Iford Manor, Wiltshire, and educated at Hyde Abbey School, Winchester before entering the University of Oxford in 1797, becoming successively student and tutor of Christ Church. In...