MEANING: noun:
1. Message, teachings, or principles of a person or organization.
2. Something regarded as authoritative or infallible, especially when believed unquestionably.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English gōdspel, from gōd (good) + spell (tale, news). Earliest documented use: 950.

GO SPELL - the English teacher's drill assignment

GO SPIEL - Time to play!

GASPEL - a diminutive sudden unexpected indrawing of the breath