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Gisl a.k.a. Gísl: In Norse mythology, Gísl is a horse, listed in the poems Grímnismál and Gylfaginning, among the steeds ridden by the gods each day when they go to make judgements at Yggdrasil. However, in both poems Gísl is not assigned to any specific deity.

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Google previewGeographical Information System Concepts And Business Opportunities (2007)

by Prithvish Nag And Smita Sengupta GISL is a UK firm specialising in the applications of GIS and remote sensing. Working worldwide on muti-disciplinary projects involving natural ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Beasts and Monsters in Myth, Legend and Folklore (2016)

by Theresa Bane

Gisl (“beam,” “ray,” or “sunbeam”) was one of the horses of the Aesir in Norse mythology. Gisl is mentioned in the...

Gisl was also listed as one of the many horses who would graze in the red-gilt leafed Glasir Grove. Source: Anderson, Norse ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language of the XIII., XIV and XV. Centuries (1867)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

5ise1, АSax gisel, ОНGerm gisal, ОТcel gisl, hostage ; ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Gujarati and English. 2. ed (1868)

See gisl. perfect satisfaction or gratification. §s:4, n. A raft, a canoe. £1%l, f. Embracing or clasping in the arms, fond pressure. sment. •fisä 124 sians. * $48, m. A kind of snake.

Google previewInternational GIS Dictionary (1995)

by Rachael McDonnell

INTERNATIONAL CIS DICTIONARY Rachael McDonnell & Karen Kemp Geographic Information Systems (GISl are penetrating a wide range of disciplines and, as a result, there is a growing group of professionals and students who need to ...

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Middle English from A.D. 1150 to 1580 (1888)

by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat

gisl. Gist, sb, guest; see Gest. Giste, sb, a beam, balk, joist, MD; gyyste, Prompt. ; gyst, Palsg.; gistes, pl., MD; joystes, SkD.—OF. giste, joist, something to lie ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions (1889)

Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology by Richard Soule

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Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1894)

For the Use of Students by John R. Clark Hall

gisl, gisel sm. hostaye. АО, Спк. (Ger. geisel) gislhad sm. state of being a hostаус.

Google previewAn Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction (1872)

Including Also Familiar Pseudonyms, Surnames Bestowed on Eminent Men, and Analogous Popular Appellations Often Referred to in Literature and Conversation by William Adolphus Wheeler

Ihre (" Glossarium Suiogothicum," sub voce "Gisl") suggests that Godegesil — usually derived from Goth, God, and gesil, rod, whip, scourge — may probably come from the Gothic words Goth, God, and gesal, given, corresponding to the Gr .

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Scrabble value of G2I1S1L1

The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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