Galapágos

Galapágos, a sparsely populated group of islands (13 in number), barren on the N., but well wooded on the S., situated on the equator, 600 m. W. of Ecuador, and which, although belonging to Ecuador, all bear English names, bestowed upon them, it would appear, by the buccaneers of the 17th century; Albemarle Island makes up more than half of their area; they are volcanic in formation, and some of their 2000 craters are not yet inactive; their fauna is of peculiar scientific interest as exhibiting many species unknown elsewhere; besides the islands proper there is a vast number of islets and rocks.

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

Galaor * Galata
Gades
Gadshill
Gaeta
Gage, Thomas
Gaia
Gaillard
Gainsborough, Thomas
Gaius
Galahad, Sir
Galaor
Galapágos
Galata
Galatea
Galatia
Galatians, Epistle to the
Galatz
Galaxy
Galba
Gale, Theophilus
Gale, Thomas
Galen