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Gallic is an adjective that may describe:
- Gaul (Latin: Gallia), an ancient region of Europe roughly corresponding to modern France and parts of surrounding countries but also to the Gauls, the Celtic people of this region, and by extension to the French people
- France, the French people, and their customs
- a gall, a formation induced by a parasite in plants, hence the name gallic acid, for a phenolic compound found in these formations
- Gallium, a chemical element
'Gallic' is also a proper noun naming the following ships:
- Gallic Empire, a brief independent realm from AD 260 to AD 273
- Gallic epoch, an obsolete epoch of the Cretaceous
- Gaelic (disambiguation) a sub-group of Celtic languages, history and culture, including Scottish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic
- Galik script, a variation of the traditional Mongolian script
- Gallica (disambiguation)
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