Definition of Gorgios

1. Noun. (plural of Gorgio) ¹



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Definition of Gorgios

1. gorgio [n] - See also: gorgio

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorgios

gorgeously
gorgeousness
gorgeousnesses
gorger
gorgerin
gorgerins
gorgers
gorges
gorget
gorgeted
gorgets
gorgia
gorgias
gorging
gorgio
gorgios (current term)
gorgon
gorgonacea
gorgoneia
gorgoneion
gorgonian
gorgonian coral
gorgonians
gorgonize
gorgonized
gorgonizes
gorgonizing

Literary usage of Gorgios

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1. The Zincali: Or, An Account of the Gypsies of Spain. With an Original by George Henry Borrow (1843)
"... and not with the gorgios * or gentiles; he is to live in a tent, as is befitting a Rom and a wanderer, and not in a house, which ties him to one spot; ..."

2. The Zincali: An Account of the Gypsies of Spain by George Henry Borrow (1888)
"... and not with the gorgios * or gentiles; he is to live in a tent, as is befitting a Horn and a wanderer, and not in a house, which ties him to one spot; ..."

3. The English Gipsies and Their Language by Charles Godfrey Leland (1873)
"Many a time I've told that to gorgios, and gorgios have done it, and the warts have gone away (literally, cleaned away) from their hands. ..."

4. The Bookman (1899)
"... is allus much more ingorant than the Welsh gorgios, and they look down on us Romanies in a way as allus makes me laugh." The Gorgio friend said, ..."

5. The Chronicles of Jerahmeel: Or, The Hebrew Bible Historiale. Being a by [Eleazar ben Asher ha-Levi], Jeraḥmeel ben Solomon, Bodleian Library (1899)
"(1) When the festival was at an end he marched out to gorgios, the captain of the army of Edom, with 3000 foot and 4000 horse. A fierce battle took place ..."

6. The Chronicles of Jerahmeel: Or, The Hebrew Bible Historiale. Being a by Jeraḥmeel ben Solomon, Bodleian Library (1899)
"(1) When the festival was at an end he marched out to gorgios, the captain of the army of Edom, with 3000 foot and 4000 horse. A fierce battle took place ..."

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