Gentoo

• (n.) A native of Hindostan; a Hindoo. • (n.) A penguin (Pygosceles taeniata).
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Gentoo

[file manager] gentoo is a free file manager for Linux and other Unix-like computer systems created by Emil Brink. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License. gentoo is written in C using the GTK+ toolkit, and the `two-pane` concept. What makes gentoo stand out are its graphical configurability and its file typing and styling syste...
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Gentoo

[slang] Gentoo, also spelled Gentue or Jentue, was a term used by Europeans for the native inhabitants of India before the word Hindu—with its religious connotation—was used to distinguish a group from Muslims and members of other religious groups in India. Gentio and Gentoo terms were applied historically to indigenous peoples of India...
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Gentoo

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Gentoo

Gen·too' (jĕn*tō') noun ; plural Gentoos (-tōz'). A penguin ( Pygosceles tæniata ). [ Falkland Is.]
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Gentoo

Gen·too' noun ; plural Gentoos . [ Portuguese gentio gentile, heathen. See Gentile .] A native of Hindostan; a Hindoo. [ Archaic]
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Gentoo

Gentoo' was a term applied by old writers to a native of Hindustan, or to the language.
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