Giants

Giants, in the Greek mythology often confounded with, but distinct from, the Titans (q.v.), being a mere earthly brood of great stature and strength, who thought by their violence to dethrone Zeus, and were with the assistance of Hercules overpowered and buried under Etna and other volcanoes, doomed to continue their impotent grumbling there.

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

Ghuzni * Giant's Causeway
Ghazni
Gheel
Ghent
Ghetto
Ghibellines
Ghiberti, Lorenzo
Ghika, Helena
Ghilan
Ghirlandajo
Ghuzni
Giants
Giant's Causeway
Giaour
Gibbon, Edward
Gibbons, Grinling
Gibbons, Orlando
Gibeon
Gibraltar
Gibson, John
Gibson, Thomas Milner
Gideon

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Giants in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Beddoes, Thomas
Brooke, Henry
Francis I.
Gough, Richard
Walpole, Horace