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Definition of the noun gallia
What does gallia mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- an ancient region of western Europe that included what is now northern Italy and France and Belgium and part of Germany and the Netherlands
"Gallia" is a cataloged instance, composition.
"Gallia" is an 1895 novel written by Ménie Muriel Dowie. It is usually categorised as a New Woman novel.
Gallia was a Romano-Gallic goddess, possibly related to the region of Europe known to the Romans as Gallia. The only evidence of her name to date is an altar set up at Vindolanda by its auxiliary garrison of the 4th cohort of Gauls, stationed there from the early 3rd century onwards.
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In Two Parts by Robert Fabyan
And the Countree that Stretchyth frome the Ryuer of Leyr to the Ryuer of Gerounde, is called Gallia Acquitania, whiche is Gwyan, and stretchyth outof the Eest from y Ryuer of Roon vnto the West Occean, wherof the ouer partie therof hyght ...
The New Chronicles of England and France, in Two Parts; by Robert Fabyan. Named by Himself The Concordance of Histories. Reprinted from Pynson's Edition of 1516. The First Part Collated with the Editions of 1533, 1542, and 1559; and the Second with a Manuscript of the Author's Own Time, as Well as the Subsequent Editions: Including the Different Continuations. To which are Added a Biographical and Literary Preface, and an Index, by Henry Ellis (1811)
by Robert Fabyan
And the Countree that Stretchyth frome the Ryuer of Leyr to the Ryuer of Gerounde, is called Gallia Acquitania, whiche is Gwyan, and stretchyth out of the Eest from y Ryuer of Roon vnto the West Occean, wherof the ouer partie therof hyght ...
Tho Gallia is an awning-decked...
and partly on account of the large sizo of the state rooms genorally, tho Gallia is a special favourite with passengers to and from New York.
The Athenæum (1895)
A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama by James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice, Henry Stebbing, Charles Wentworth Dilke, Thomas Kibble Hervey, William Hepworth Dixon, Norman Maccoll, John Middleton Murry, Vernon Horace Rendall
Gallia is a girl who, except for ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)
by Alexander Whitelaw
GAUL, GALLIA. The country ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
Gallia Aqvi tan ica contained the lite provinces of Poiton, Sturitonfe, Guiennt, Berry, Lima- J", Gascagny, Awtrgnt, Sec. and was situated be- tween the Gnrumna, the Pyrenean -mountains, and the eccan. 1. Gallia Belgica was the largest ...
GALLIA, a large country of Europe, called Galatia by the Greeks. The inhabitants were called Gasli, Cellae, Celtiberi, and Celtoftythae. Ancient Gaul was divided into four different parts by the Romans, called Gallia Belgica, Narbonensis, ...
Containing a Full Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Antient Authors by John Lemprière
Gallia. The priests of Cy- bekj who received that name from the river Gallus, in Phrygia, where they celebrated the festivals. They mutilated themselves, before they were admitted to the pritrltliood,, in imitation of Arys, the favorite of Cybele. ( Vid.
The Popular Encyclopedia (1837)
Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy. Reprinted from the American Edition of the "Conversations Lexicon", with Corrections and Additions ...
GAUL, GALLIA. The country ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1810)
Or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Miscellaneous Litterature
Gallia caverns to be left in it. These islands are uncultivated Oalliartt an(j uninhabited since the old hermit of St Antonio * died. Myrtle covers most of the surface. GALLIA, a large country of Europe, called Gala- tia by the Greeks. The inhabitants ...
Based on the Larger Dictionaries by William Smith
Gallia (v Kc\riK-ii, VaXaTia). was used before the time of Julius Caesar, to indicate all the land inhabited by the Galli or Celtae, and consequently included not only the later Gaul and the N. of Italy, but a part of Spain, the greater part of Germany ...
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While haughty Gallia's dames, that pread
O'er their pale cheeks, an artful red,
Beheld this beauteous stranger there
In native charms, divinely fair;
Confusion in their looks they show'd;
And with unborrow'd blushes glow'd. (Joseph Addison)
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Scrabble value of G2A1L1L1I1A1
The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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