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Gauʹtier and Garguille (French)


All the world and his wife.

Se mocquer de Gautier et de Garguille (to make fun of everyone). Gautier-Garguille was a clown of the seventeenth century, who gave himself unbounded licence, and provoked against himself a storm of angry feeling.

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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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Gathers (g hard)
Gauche (French, the left hand)
Gaudifer (g hard)
Gaudy-day (A)
Gaul (g hard)
Gaunt (g hard)
Gauntgrim (g hard)
Gauntlet (g hard)
Gautama (g hard)
Gautier and Garguille (French)
Gauvaine or Gawain
Gavelkind (g hard)
Gawain (g hard)
Gawrey (g hard)
Gay (g hard)
Gay Deceiver (A)
Gay Girl

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Gautier and Garguille