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adjective: Playfully impudent or mischievous.
From French gamine (a pert, impudent, or mischievous girl), feminine of gamin (a young boy working as a glassblower’s assistant), of obscure origin. Earliest documented use: 1886.
“She had evidently been a big, bouncing, bright gaminesque girl at fifteen, and very amusing and very much admired.”
H.G. Wells; The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman; Macmillan; 1914.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants. -Isaac Newton, philosopher and mathematician (25 Dec 1642-1727)