Gauchos

Gauchos, a name bestowed upon the natives of the pampas of S. America; they are of Indo-Spanish descent, and are chiefly engaged in pastoral pursuits, herding cattle, &c.; they are dexterous horsemen, and are courteous and hospitable; the wide-brimmed sombrero and loose poncho are characteristic articles of their dress.

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

Gatty, Mrs. * Gauden, John
Gaskell, Mrs., née Stevenson
Gassendi, Pierre
Gassner, Johann Joseph
Gataker, Thomas
Gate of Tears
Gates, Horatio
Gateshead
Gath
Gatling, Richard Jordan
Gatty, Mrs.
Gauchos
Gauden, John
Gaul
Gaunt, John Of
Gaur
Gauss, Karl Friedrich
Gautama
Gautier, Théophile
Gautier and Garguille
Gavarni, Paul
Gavazzi, Alessandro