Definition of Giantess

1. Noun. A female giant.

Generic synonyms: Giant



Definition of Giantess

1. n. A woman of extraordinary size.

Definition of Giantess

1. Noun. A female giant. ¹

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Definition of Giantess

1. a female giant [n -ES] - See also: giant

Medical Definition of Giantess

1. A woman of extraordinary size. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Literary usage of Giantess

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1. Schat-chen: History, Traditions and Narratives of the Queres Indians of by John Malcolm Gunn (1917)
"About that time an old giantess appeared on the scene, attracted, ... The girl was very much frightened at the huge being, the giantess was as big as a ..."

2. Scandinavian Folk-lore: Illustrations of the Traditional Beliefs of the by William Alexander Craigie (1896)
"The giantess and her Sons. ON the fields of Hede-gaard in the parish of Vrads lies a long grave-mound, which goes under the name of " The giantess. ..."

3. Romances and Epics of Our Northern Ancestors: Norse, Celt and Teuton by Wilhelm W├Ągner (1907)
"And indeed he soon had enough to do to defend himself, for the giantess now ... At last the giantess threw him on his back, pressing his hands and arms as ..."

4. Fleurs-de-lys: A Book of French Poetry Freely Tr. Into English Verse by Wilfrid Charles Thorley (1920)
"THE giantess I WOULD it had been mine in Time remote When Nature's womb a monstrous brood begat, Upon some maiden giantess to dote, As at a queen's feet ..."

5. John L. Stoddard's Lectures by John Lawson Stoddard (1898)
"An Indian tradition says that these volcanoes were once living beings, a giant and a giantess ... giantess ..."

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