Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as Gallinæ or Gallinaceæ.
  • noun Plural of Gallus.

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Examples

  • On the western railway side Khaoo galli (Food Street) is loved by many people to me it brings back memories of food poisoning after chomping on a vada pav after the school annual functions at the nearby Patkar hall.

    Batata Vada Odyssey

  • On the western railway side Khaoo galli (Food Street) is loved by many people to me it brings back memories of food poisoning after chomping on a vada pav after the school annual functions at the nearby Patkar hall.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The forests consist primarily of Salíx humboldtiana (sauce criollo or sauce colorado), Tessaria intergrifolia (aliso), Erythrina crista-galli (ceibo), etc.

    Paraná flooded savanna

  • The cock (gallus) is named from the word the Greeks use for those who are castrated (galli), for alone among birds this one's testicles are removed.

    WMAM today

  • The cock (gallus) is named from the word the Greeks use for those who are castrated (galli), for alone among birds this one's testicles are removed.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I have heard of Paratha galli in Delhi, wish I could go there once!

    The Versatile Roti

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  • Catus cum mure, duo galli simul in aede, Et glotes binae nunquam vivunt sine lite.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • My mother and I used to visit the Bhaji galli nearly every day.

    Bhaji Galli

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  • The Roman name for castrated followers of the Phrygian goddess Cybele. Perhaps related to gallivant.

    November 12, 2007