gimmal

A flask made of tinted or transparent glass or stoneware from the 17thC. The flask, designed to hold oil and vinegar, has an interior division to make two separate containers each with its own spout.

Gimmal

Gim'mal noun [ Prob. the same word as gemel . See Gemel , and confer Gimbal .] 1. Joined work whose parts move within each other; a pair or series of interlocked rings. 2. A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer. [ Obsolete]
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Gimmal

Gim'mal adjective Made or consisting of interlocked rings or links; as, gimmal mail. « In their pale dull mouths the gimmal bit Lies foul with chewed grass.» Shak. Gimmal joint . See Gimbal joint , under Gimbal .
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Gimmal

• (n.) Joined work whose parts move within each other; a pair or series of interlocked rings. • (n.) A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer.
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gimmal

A flask made of tinted or transparent glass or stoneware from the 17thC. The flask, designed to hold oil and vinegar, has an interior division to make two separate containers each with its own spout.
Found on http://www.antique-marks.com/antique-terms-g.html

gimmal

ring that can be divided into two or three rings
Found on http://phrontistery.info/g.html
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