gizmo


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

gizmo

A name for a gadget or thing whose actual name is unknown or has been forgotten. Where's that gizmo? I need it to finish this repair. Hand me that gizmo or whatever it's called, will you?

gizmo

(ˈgɪzmo)
n. a gadget. What is this silly little gizmo on the bottom for?
References in periodicals archive ?
"He loves attention, walks, sleeping and eating "Gizmo doesn't like vegetables and, this is a bit strange, but he likes the postman but dislikes the actual post that is delivered.
Broadway Vets emailed Leanne on Friday to offer her a corrective haircut for Gizmo to have all of his hair removed, free of charge, as a gesture of good will.
Price: ExploreLearning offers many different Gizmos packages for schools and districts.
Gizmo died while boarding at Mr Moran's Netherton kennels, Total Dogs Ltd, in August last year.
Bank worker Arti, 33, said: "Gizmo had been building up an impressive portfolio working with top brands for the last two years.
Ms Letertre and Gizmo were reunited last week after she travelled to the UK to take him back to the town of Silly, 20km south west of Brussels, where she lives.
After noticing his CCTV cameras, Kayleigh approached the 42-yearold to ask for help finding Gizmo - but there was one small hurdle.
Three pugs were used in the video, including one called Gizmo. Russell said: "The idea is that the pug is very shortsighted and needs to wear glasses.
The Gizmo 2's small size, reasonable power consumption and fast x86_64 processor is a perfect fit for small to moderate size robotics projects that involve large amounts of computation.
"The Gizmo Sip caters to inquisitive kids who have outgrown sippy cups but haven't outgrown spilling.
Imagine that you manufacture gizmos. Gizmos are made in different diameters to fit each client's individual specs.
"Gizmo the Lonely Robucket" is an unusual story for children ages 6-11 about a boy who dreams of creating a fabulous robucket companion named Gizmo.
Male cross collie Gizmo - who the Scottish SPCA found was less than half the weight he should have been - didn't survive the ordeal.
The Gizmo. Officially known by the intentionally misleading name Canal Defense Light (CDL), the Gizmo (as the GIs who worked with it called it) was a new secret weapon, and its promoters predicted it would change the course of the war.