What does Galwegian mean?
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A-K by Ernest Weekley
Galwegian is on analogy of Norway, Norwegian . gallowglass.
The First Dictionary For The Internet Age by Anne H. Soukhanov
Galwegian /gal we'ejan/ ad], n Gal'Way Bay inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the coast of the W Republic of Ireland gam1 /gam/ n 1 MIGRATING WHALES a group of migrating whales 2 SOCIAL VISIT BETWEEN WHALERS a social visit between ...
by Wordsworth Editions, Limited
See Galwegian. gallows gal'oz, n.sing. (orig. pi.) wooden frame for hanging criminals: any contrivance with posts and crossbeam for suspending things. — gallows-tree1 a gallows. — cheat the gallows to deserve but escape hanging.
by Frederick Howard Collins
Galwegian*, of Galloway. Gama (Vasco da), 1467- 1524, navigator. gambler*, a gum, not -beer, -bir. gambit (chess opening-), Allgaier, Kieseritzki, Muzio, Salvio, Steinitz. gamboge*, not -booge. gambol/*, ...
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
Galwegian (gal-we'jian), a. and n. [< Galloway, as Norwegian, < Norway.} J. a. Oforpertain- ingto Galloway. II. n. An inhabitant or a native of Galloway. galyngaleti «• See galangal. Chaucer. galypott, «. An obsolete form of gallipot1. gam (gam), ...
by Allied Chambers
Galwegian gal-we'ji-3n, adj belonging to Galloway in Scotland (also Gallowe gian). or of Galway in Ireland. — n a native of either place. [On the analogy of Norwegian] ...
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The value of this 9-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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