MEANING: noun: A giant; a person or organization of enormous size or power.

ETYMOLOGY: After Goliath, a giant Philistine warrior, who was slain by David using a sling and a stone. Earliest documented use: 1607.

NOTES: “David and Goliath” has become a metaphor for an underdog facing a much larger, powerful opponent, in sports, business, politics, and beyond.

GO LITH - cheering for Stone Academy (Connecticut)

GLIATH - a supporting structure of nerve cells in the CNS

GOLI ASH - what's left when you've lost the hockey game in a shootout and your defense is really burnt up about it