What is a Gash?


A deep, long cut or depression in flesh is known as a gash. A gash is also a verb, meaning “to cut”. Historically, this word has several meanings. In Middle English, it was called garsen; in Old French, it was jarsier. Modern French uses gercer, which comes from Vulgar Latin *charaxare. Ancient Greek charassein is another common example. A tomahawk can leave a deep gash, which often results in a scar.

Depending on who you ask, a gash could refer to any kind of cut or wound. In British slang, it may refer to a vulva, the area where a wound is present. It may also refer to broken items or rubbish. The slash in gash may be a sign of a broken sewer pipe or a vulva, a wound that is deep and unsightly.

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