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AcronymDefinition
GKGreek
GKGeneral Knowledge
GKGoalkeeper
GKGatekeeper
GKGuernsey
GKGoal Kick
GKGarry Kasparov (chess player)
GKGrand Knight (head of VKV fraternity, Philippines)
GKGlucokinase
GKGabriel Knight (computer game)
GKGravekeeper (YuGiOh cards)
GKGolden Key International Honour Society
GKGrunnkurs (foundation course)
GKGreen Key
GKGravity Kills (band)
GKGlobal Kids, Inc (New York, New York)
GKGood Kill (video gaming)
GKGenesis Knights (gaming clan)
GKGreat Khali (wrestler)
GKGarage Kids (cartoon)
GKGallien-Krueger, Inc.
GKGerichtskasten (German: Pigeon-Hole; law firms)
GKGupta-Kumar (network routing)
References in classic literature ?
For in 1204 the armies of the fourth Crusade, which had gathered to fight the heathen, turned their swords, to their shame be it said, against the Christian people of the Greek Empire.
Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, under "Tunica".
I'm very fond of Greek history, and everything about the Greeks.
But however true the maxim may be of the modern nation state, it was not true of the much smaller and more self-conscious Greek city.
The Greek text that occurs in this place has been lost.
I was concerned in getting at the Greeks and Romans, and I did not know through what nimble air and by what lovely ways I was led to them.
To the minds which were being paralyzed under this system, Greek literature brought the inspiration for which they longed.
Monte Cristo summoned the Greek attendant, and bade her inquire whether it would be agreeable to her mistress to receive his visit.
I interpret all languages--or nearly all--but as I am a Greek by birth and with a Grecian name, it is with that particular tongue that I am principally associated.
Suddenly, Dom Claude sprang up, seized a compass and engraved in silence upon the wall in capital letters, this Greek word
We oyster pirates were all visited by the searching Italian, and we were convinced, from what we knew of their movements, that Whisky Bob and Nicky the Greek were the guilty parties.
What the Greek king said excited the vizir's curiousity, and he said to him, "Sire, I beg your majesty to have the condescension to tell me what the vizir said to King Sindbad.