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Garciʹas (g hard)

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The soul of Pedro Garcias. Money. It is said that two scholars of Salamanca discovered a tombstone with this inscription:—“Here lies the soul of the licentiate Pedro Garciʹas;” and on searching for this “soul” found a purse with a hundred golden ducats. (Gil Blas, Preface.)

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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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Gangway (g hard)
Ganges (The)
Ganna
Ganor (g hard), Gineura (g soft), or Guinever
Ganymede
Gaora
Gape (g hard)
Garagantua (g hard)
Garagantuan
Garble (g hard)
Garcias (g hard)
Gardarike
Garden (g hard)
Gardener (g hard)
Gardening (g hard)
Gargamelle
Gargantua (g hard)
Gargantuan
Gargittios
Gargouille, or Gargoil (g hard)
Garibaldi’s Red Shirt