Definition of Gerry, Elbridge in US English:

Gerry, Elbridge

proper noun

  • (1744–1814), US politician; a signer of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and vice president of the US 1813–14. His political maneuvering regarding electoral redistricting in Massachusetts gave rise to the term “gerrymander.”.

Pronunciation

Gerry, Elbridge

/ˈjerē/