Guinea

Guinea, a name somewhat loosely applied to an extensive tract of territory on the W. coast of Africa, generally recognised as extending from the mouth of the Senegal in the N. to Cape Negro in the S., and is further designated as Lower and Upper Guinea, the boundary line being practically the Equator; the territory is occupied by various colonies of Britain, France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, and the Negro Republic of Liberia.

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

Guillotine * Guinegate
Guicowar
Guido Aretinus
Guido Reni
Guienne
Guignes, Joseph de
Guildford
Guildhall
Guildhall School of Music
Guilds
Guillotine
Guinea
Guinegate
Guinevere
Guiscard, Robert
Guise
Guise, Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine, Duke of
Guise, Claude of Lorraine
Guise, Francis
Guise, Henry I.
Guise, Henry II.
Guizot, François Pierre Guillaume

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Guinea in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Courten, William
Crispe, Sir Nicholas
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Drake, Sir Francis
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