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Galianʹa (g hard)

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A Moorish princess. Her father, King Gadalfe of Toleʹdo, built for her a palace on the Tagus so splendid that the phrase “a palace of Galiana” became proverbial in Spain.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Galaor (Don)
Galatea
Galathe
Galaxy (The)
Gale’s Compound
Galen (g hard)
Galeotti (Martius)
Galerana (g hard)
Galère
Galesus (g hard)
Galiana (g hard)
Galimaufrey or Gallimaufrey (g hard)
Gall and Wormwood
Gall of Bitterness (The)
Gall of Pigeons
Gall’s Bell (St.)
Gallant (g hard)
Gallery
Galley (g hard)
Galley Pence
Gallia (g hard)