Gallic

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Gallic is an adjective that may describe:

  • ancient Gaul (Latin: Gallia), roughly corresponding to the territory of modern France
  • Gallic epoch, an obsolete epoch of the Cretaceous
  • pertaining to gall, a formation induced by a parasite in plants,
    • hence the name gallic acid, for a phenolic compound found in these formations

'Gallic' is also a proper noun naming the following ships:

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