Gaboon

Gaboon and French Congo (5,000), a French Colony in W. Africa fronting the Atlantic, between the Cameroon country and the Congo State, and stretching inland as far as the head-waters of the Congo River; in the NW. is the great Gaboon estuary, 40 m. long and 10 broad at its mouth, with Libreville on its N. bank; along the coast the climate is hot and unhealthy, but it improves inland; the natives belong to the Bantu stock; the French settled in it first in 1842, but only since the explorations of De Brazza in 1876-86 have they begun to extend and colonise it.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gabinus * Gabriel
Fürst, Walter
Fuseli, Henry
Fust Johann
Fyne, Loch
Fyzabad
Gabelentz, Hans Conon von der
Gabelle
Gabelsberger, Franz Xavier
Gaberlunzie
Gabinus
Gaboon
Gabriel
Gabriel
Gabrielles d'Estrées
Gad
Gadames
Gaddi, Gaddo
Gaddi, Taddeo
Gaddi, Agnolo
Gades
Gadshill