gaul

  1. a person of French descent
  2. a Celt of ancient Gaul
  3. an ancient region of western Europe that included northern Italy and France and Belgium and part of Germany and the Netherlands

Gaul

(from the article `ancient Rome`) ...in northern Italy and Spain was nearly continuous. During Hannibal`s invasion of Italy, the Insubres and Boii, Gallic peoples in the Po valley, ... ...He created a kind of cabinet of freedmen, on whom he bestowed honours, to superintend various branches of the administration. An impressive series ......
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Gaul

[n] - a Celt of ancient Gaul 2. [n] - an ancient region of western Europe that included northern Italy and France and Belgium and part of Germany and the Netherlands
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Gaul

• (n.) A native or inhabitant of Gaul. • (n.) The Anglicized form of Gallia, which in the time of the Romans included France and Upper Italy (Transalpine and Cisalpine Gaul).
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Gaul

Gaul noun [ French Gaule , from Latin Gallia , from Gallus a Gaul.] 1. The Anglicized form of Gallia , which in the time of the Romans included France and Upper Italy (Transalpine and Cisalpine Gaul). 2. A native or inhabitant of Gaul.
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Gaul

a portion of western Europe nearly identical in its geography to modern France; the founding of the colony of Massalía (Marseille) by the Phocaean Greeks in 600 BCE is the first historic mention of Gaul; according to Julius Caesar's Gallic Wars, Gaul was divided into three parts, inhabited by the Belgae in the north, the Aquitani in the south, and...
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Gaul

Gaul (gôl) , Lat. Gallia, ancient designation for the land S and W of the Rhine, W of the Alps, and N of the Pyrenees. The name was extended by the Romans to include Italy from Lucca and Rimini northwards, excluding Liguria. This extension of the name is derived from its settlers of the 4th an...
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Gaul

Gaul A region which is now modern-day France and Northern Italy. It apparently comes from the Germanic root meaning 'foreigner, stranger' and includes English Wales, Welsh, Wallachian, and Walloon.
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Gaul

See below Celts,
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Gaul

The Celtic-speaking peoples who inhabited France and Belgium in Roman times; also their territory. Certain Gauls invaded Italy around 400 BC, sacked Rome 387 BC, and settled between...
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Gaul

The Celtic-speaking peoples who inhabited France and Belgium in Roman times; also their territory. Certain Gauls invaded Italy around 400 BC, sacked Rome 387 BC, and settled between the Alps and the Apennines; this district, known as Cisalpine Gaul, was conquered by Rome in about 225 BC. The Romans annexed southern Gaul, from the Alps t...
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Gaul

the region inhabited by the ancient Gauls, comprising modern-day France and parts of Belgium, western Germany, and northern Italy. A Celtic race, the ... [18 related articles]
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Gaul

The Roman name for what is now France, Belgium and Holland.
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