Gall, St.

Gall, St., an Irish monk who, about 585, accompanied St. Columban to France in his missionary labours, banished from which he went to Switzerland, and founded a monastery on the Lake of Constance, which bore his name; d. about 646.

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

Gall, Franz Joseph * Galland, Antoine
Gale`rius, Valerius Maximus
Galgacus
Galia`ni, Ferdinando
Galicia
Galilæans
Galilee
Galilee, Sea of
Galileo
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Gall, Franz Joseph
Gall, St.
Galland, Antoine
Gallas
Galle
Gallican Church
Gallicanism
Gallienus, Publius Licinius
Galligantua
Gallio
Gallipoli
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