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Gonsalʹez [Gon-zalley]

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Fernan Gonsalez was a Spanish hero of the tenth century, whose life was twice saved by his wife Sancha, daughter of Garcias, King of Navarre. The adventures of Gonsalʹez have given birth to a host of ballads.

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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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Gombo
Gondola
Gone Coon (A)
Gone to the Devil
Gone Up
Goneril
Gonfalon
Gonfanon
Gonin
Gonnella’s Horse
Gonsalez [Gon-zalley]
Gonville College (Cambridge)
Good
Good-bye
Good-Cheap
Good Duke Humphrey
Good Folk (Scotch guid folk)
Good Form, Bad Form
Good Friday
Good Graces (To get into one’s)
Good Hater (A)

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