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Definition of the noun Gela
What does Gela mean as a name of something?
Gela is a genus of Rutaceae, described by Loureiro in 1790.
- synonym: genus Gela
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Sapindales
- family: Rutaceae
- species Gela oblongifolia
Gela is a genus of Lepidoptera, described by Zimmerman in 1958.
- Gela is a fictional character from the 2008 film My Big Love.
- Gela is a fictional character from the 1961 film Underworld U.S.A.
- Gela is a fictional character from the 2002 film Small Voices.
- Gela is a fictional character from the 2013 film A Spectre Is Haunting Europe.
Gela is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae.
Phrases with Gela
Phrases starting with the word Gela:
Phrases ending with the word Gela:
- Genus Gela
- Nymula Gela
- Ogyris Gela
- Avernes Gela
- Nymula Gela Gela
- Species Nymula Gela
- Ogyris Genoveva Gela
- Pleurobranchaea Gela
- Species Avernes Gela
- Subspecies Nymula Gela Gela
- Species Pleurobranchaea Gela
- Subspecies Ogyris Genoveva Gela
Other phrases containing the word Gela:
- Nymula Gela Ferruginea
- Species Gela Lanceolata
- Species Gela Oblongifolia
- Subspecies Nymula Gela Ferruginea
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Gela
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The Miracles of Antichrist (1899)
A Novel by Selma Lagerlöf
Gela is a village of a hundred houses, which is situated on the southern side of Monte Chiaro, quite at its foot," continued Donna Micaela, with the most innocent expression. "It is squeezed in between Simeto and the mountain, and a branch of ...
Two Holy Grounds (2014)
is a gela. Ji. da. a gela is a sphu.h- A. spxl'mla a sp-hula is a nela. А. nela 'iinzlesa ne akelaall. kelatii-'nesa kelaisasela. Asdaiirnes aselaisa phelaali. p-hela tirnes a helais a mda А. tineesa mel-ais a saralaili ...
by Vic Maro
Gela is a remarkably patient girl,” Stanzi said to Mimmo. Both chuckled. For Stanzi throughout these years, the cautions of Grandfather Pantaleo ever rose to instruct. Dahda though far away was always in mind for consultation. Invariably ...
by Kenneth J. Reckford
Gela is a real Sicilian town. So is Catana, the name we expect to follow. But Catagela is a marvelous invention that proves Aristophanes' point, binding up the connections between gullibility, deception, and foreign policy (or lack of policy).
by Florence Coombe
” Gela is an island in which there are few heathen left, and Samuel ...
by Simon Hornblower, Antony Spawforth, Esther Eidinow
EWG/J-FS/JFH Gela (Γέλα, mod. Gela), on the south coast of Sicily, was founded in 688 BC by Cretans and Rhodians, itself colonizing *Acragas a century later.
by Richard Stillwell
SUPERIORIs GELA Sicily. Map 17B. A Greek city founded in 689 B.c. by colonists from Rhodes and Crete led by Antiphemos and Entimos.
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- Nire Gela, autopanan
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- Quando anche il gelo gela
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- Iberostar Creta Marine hoteleko gela
Kretara egindako bidalia 2008ko abuztuan. Iberostar Creta Marine hotelean egon ginen. Panormo herriskatik 3 kilometrotara dago Iberostar katearen Creta Marine hotela. Panormo herriskan hondartza polita dago eta jatetxe tipikoak. Rethymno barrutian dago Panormo.
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Scrabble value of G2E1L1A1
The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of GELA
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