|Gunlock Ridge||W Swain County between Hickory Cove and Hazel Creek.|
|Gunna Creek||rises in NW Swain County and flows SW to join Tub-Mill Creek in Great Smoky Mountains National Park to form Eagle Creek.|
|Gunntown||community in central Rockingham County; est. 1854 by James M. Gunn and largely populated by his descendants.|
|Gunpowder Creek||rises in central Caldwell County and flows SE into Catawba River.|
|Gunt, Gun,||or from the Atlantic Ocean into Pamlico Sound through Bodie Island, opened prior to 1733 and closed in the 1770s. Appears as Gun Inlet on the Moseley map, 1733.|
|Gunter Branch||rises in N Madison County and flows SW into Big Laurel Creek.|
|Gunter Fork||rises on the E slope of Luftee Knob, W Haywood County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and flows NE into Big Creek.|
|Gunter Gap||on the Jackson-Swain county line near the head of Connelly Creek in SE Swain County.|
|Gunter Knob||S Madison County at the head of Simmons Branch.|
|Guntertown||community in N Madison County on Barnes Creek.|
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