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Gobʹelin Tapestry

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So called from Giles Gobʹelin, a French dyer in the reign of François I., who discovered the Gobelin scarlet. His house in the suburbs of St. Marcel, in Paris, is still called the Gobelins.

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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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Go through Fire and Water to serve you
Go to!
Go to the Wall (To)
Go without Saying (To)
Goat
Goat and Compasses
Goats
Gobbler (A)
Gobbo (Launcelot)
Gobelin Tapestry
Goblin
Goblin Cave
Goblins
God
Gods
Gods
God’s Acre
Gods Secretaries (The)
God-child
Goddess Mothers (The)