MEANING: noun:
1. A vagrant or drifter. But
2. A tall, thin, long-limbed person.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English gang/gong (manner of going, way, passage), from gangen (to go). Earliest documented use: 1450.

GANOREL - Lear's orthographically-challenged daughter

GONGREL - My dog wasn't pure-bred, and it's sad that I can't find him

GANGREN - past participle of gangrene