Geryon

Geryon, a king of Erytheia (i.e. red island), on the western borders of the world, with three bodies and three heads, who had a herd of oxen guarded by a giant shepherd and his dog, the two-throated Orthros, which were carried off by Hercules at the behest of his fate.

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

Gervinus, Georg Gottfried * Gesenius
German Catholics
German Voltaire
Germanicus, Cæsar
Germany
Gérôme, Léon
Gerry, Elbridge
Gerson, John Charlier de
Gerstäcker, Friedrich
Gervase of Tilbury
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried
Geryon
Gesenius
Gesner, Konrad von
Gessler, Albrecht
Gessner, Salomon
Gesta Romanorum
Gethsemane
Gettysburg
Geyser
Gfrörer, August Friedrich
Ghâts

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