Definition of Giller

1. one that gills [n -S] - See also: gills



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Giller

gill arch
gill arch skeleton
gill bailer
gill bar
gill cleft
gill clefts
gill cover
gill fungus
gill net
gill raker
gill slit
gill trama
gillaroo
gillaroos
gilled
giller (current term)
gillers
gillespite
gillet
gillets
gillhouse
gillhouses
gilli-flower
gilli-flowers
gillian
gillie
gillie gilly
gillied
gillies
gilliflower

Literary usage of Giller

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1. Scandinavian Adventures: During a Residence of Upwards of Twenty Years by Llewelyn Lloyd (1854)
"When a trout or other fish seizes the bait, and the line, released from the giller-spo, or the giller-pinne, as the case may be, runs off, the oars are at ..."

2. Strategies for Sustainable Land Management in the East African Highlands by J. Pender, Frank Place, S. Ehui (2006)
"As with application of organic inputs, reduced tillage helps to conserve soil organic matter (Chapter 12; giller et al. 1997) and improve soil moisture ..."

3. The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of Sweden and Norway: With an Account of the by Llewelyn Lloyd (1867)
"... giller-kora, consisting of a treble cross—a sort of " hen-ladder," as we, perhaps, should call it—one end of which rests in an aperture in the upright C ..."

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