Ged

• (n.) Alt. of Gedd
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Ged

[Earthsea] Ged d, is the true name of a fictional character in Ursula K. Le Guin`s Earthsea realm. He is introduced in A Wizard of Earthsea, and plays both main and supporting roles in the subsequent Earthsea novels. In most of the Earthsea books he goes by the Hardic name Sparrowhawk. ==Character overview== Ged is the main protagonist in A...
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Ged

[heraldry] A ged is a heraldic term for the fish known in English as a pike. It is often used in `canting` coats; that is, using coats of arms to make a pun on the last name of the bearer, one of his titles, a nickname, or the name of his estate. The word ged is derived from the Old Norse gaddr (spike). In modern Swedish the word for pike i...
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GED

General Equivalency Diploma. A high school equivalency diploma which is obtained by passing the General Educational Diploma Equivalency Test which measures the application of skills and knowledge generally associated with four years of traditional high school instruction.
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