Gaul

Gaul, the name the ancients gave to two distinct regions, the one Cisalpine Gaul, on the Roman side of the Alps, embracing the N. of Italy, as long inhabited by Gallic tribes; and the other Transalpine Gaul, beyond the Alps from Rome, and extending from the Alps to the Pyrenees, from the ocean to the Rhine, inhabited by different races; subdued by Julius Cæsar 58-50 B.C., and divided by Augustus into four provinces.

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

Gauden, John * Gaunt, John Of
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
Gavelkind
Gawain, Sir

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Gaul in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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