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Gens Braccata

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Trousered people. The Romans wore no trousers like the Gauls, Scythians, and Persians. The Gauls wore “braccæ” and were called Gens braccāta.

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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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Geneva Doctrines
Geneva Print (Reading)
Geneviève (St.)
Genii King
Genitive Case
Genius, Genii (Roman mythology)
Genius Loci (Latin)
Genoa
Genovefa (g soft)
Genre Painter (genre 1 syl.)
Gens Braccata
Gens Togata
Gentle (g soft)
Gentle Shepherd (The)
Gentleman (g soft)
Gentlemen of Paper and Wax
Geoffrey Crayon
Geology (g soft)
Geomancy (g soft)
Geometry (g soft)
George II

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Gens Braccata