Gabriel

Gabriel, an angel, one of the seven archangels, “the power of God,” who is represented in the traditions of both the Jews and the Moslems as discharging the highest functions, and in Christian tradition as announcing to the Virgin Mary her election of God to be the mother of the Messiah; he ranks fully higher among Moslems than Jews.

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

Gaboon * Gabriel
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
Gaeta

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Gabriel in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Acosta, Uriel
Agrippa, Henry Cornelius
Altilio, Gabriel
Andrews, Lancelot
Badcock, Samuel
Belloi, Peter
Bentley, Richard
Bernard, John Stephen
Birch, Thomas
Blackwood, Adam
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