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Gaiola is a comune in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 80 kilometres southwest of Turin and about 13 kilometres southwest of Cuneo.
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Gaiola: A gaiola is a masonry building reinforced with an internal wooden cage, mostly used in Portugal. After the 1755 Lisbon earthquake changes were made to the construction.
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In Search of the Golden Frog (2000)
by Marty Crump
A gaiola is a wooden multideck cruiser that makes regular trips between towns along the Amazon. We'll get off at Obidos, about 535 kilometers downriver from Manaus. What we don't know (and apparently everyone else does) is that not only ...
Includes Pompeii, Vesuvius & Herculaneum by Nick Bruno
The Parco Sommerso di Gaiola is a protected stretch of Posillipo coastline studied by marine biologists.The friendly Gaiola study group runs fascinating tours of the area and its ruined Roman structures – including the Villa Pausilypon – by ...
HEaRT 2015 by Helena Cruz, José Saporiti Machado, Alfredo Campos Costa, Paulo Xavier Candeias, Nicola Ruggieri, José Manuel Catarino
The gaiola is a resistant and flexible cage, whose walls are composed by horizontal, vertical and diagonal timber elements with different geometries, usually filled with rubble or brick masonry and plastered. These walls are known as frontal ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Gaol (Italian gaiola), a word contained in no Italian dictionary, the nearest to it is gdio (gay). Garret (French garite); not to be found, but galetas may be intended. These all occur in one page. Turning over the leaves, and taking the words at ...
E - P by Hensleigh Wedgwood
gabbia, gaiola (for gabbiola), a cage ; Sp. gavia, a cell for mad persons ; gayola, jaula, a cage, a cell for mad persons ; Fr. giole, a cage for birds, a gaol or prison. Lat. cavea, a cage. The origin seems Gael. gabh, to take, seize, make prisoner ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
gaiola for gabola, a cage—from mid. L. gabiölä, a cag *#. L. cavéâ, a cage, a coop; cavus, hollow: comp. Sp. gayola, a cell for mad persons: Gael. gabhar, a gaol-from gabh, to take to ...
The school etymological dictionary and word-book. (Chiefly an abridgment) [of Etymological and pronouncing dictionary]. (1872)
by James Stormonth
gaiola, a cagei a placo of confinement for criminals: gaoler, n. the keeper. gap, n. gdp iAS. geap, widei, an opening; a hole : gape, v. gdp ...
A Geographical Dictionary, representing the present and ancient names of all the countries, provinces, remarkable cities ... of the whole world ... With a short historical account of the same, etc (1693)
Euptea, Gaiola. . . . . Euratus, Galazo. r. - Eurotas, Iris, Vasilipotamo, Bahlipotamo. r. Eurydemon, Zacuth. r. Exopolis, Bogazar. c. Extremadura, Eslremadura. c. Eydera, Eyder. r. Ezerus, E. tro. c.
A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All the Countries, Provinces, Remarkable Cities ... (1688)
And Rivers of the Whole World: Their Distances, Longitudes and Latitudes by Edmund Bohun
- Gaiola, Euplcea, a small Island upon ...
Middle English Dictionary (1963)
by Hans Kurath
gSol(e & ML gaiola, gaola.] (a) A jail, prison; also, a birdcage; also, fig. ; (b) in surnames; (c) ~fe.a fee paid by the prisoner to the jail keeper; ~ deliverie. clearing a prison by bringing the prisoners to trial; ~ hal; ~ hous; ~ ward, jail keeper.
The National Encyclopedia (1873)
A Compendium of Universial Information, with the Pronunciation of Every Term and Proper Name
gaiola, a prison.] A house of detention ...
First Edition in Octavo, Containing the Whole Vocabulary of the Quarto, with Corrections, Improvements, and Several Thousand Additional Words; to which is Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation ... by Noah Webster
geaule; geole; Sp, jaula, a cage, a cell; Port gaiola. , Qu.
An American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. The Origin, Affinities and Primary Signification of English Words, as Far as They Have Been Ascertained. II. The Genuine Orthography and Pronunication of Words, According to General Usage, Or to Just Principles of Analogy. III. Accurate and Discriminating Definitions, with Numerous Authorities and Illustrations. To which are Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History and Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe, and a Concise Grammar of the English Language (1828)
by Noah Webster
gaiola. Qu. Class Gl. 4. A fish with six or seven bands and tail No. 11.36. Ar. As the pronunciation goles undivided. Pennant. ticularly applied to the first stage of morti- ...
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
gaiola ; Ft. Ja'iler. ygeole, gaiole, gayole, A prison ; a place of imprisonment or confinement. Though it seem not impossible haply that there might be a place> where soules might be kept for a space, to be taught and instruct: yet that ...
The Royal English Dictionary ... The Fourth Edition Improved; to which are Added, the Lives of Several Eminent Modern Writers (1771)
by Daniel Fenning
Belg, gaiola, Ital J a place of confinement for debtors or criminals. GAOL- DELIVERY, S. [pronounced jail. delive yj a judicial process, which either by punishment or pardon empties a prifon. GAOL'ER, S, [geolier, Fr.] a keeper of a prifen. GAP ...
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