Definitions for Gaulgɔl
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an ancient region in W Europe, including the modern areas of N Italy, France, Belgium, and the S Netherlands: consisted of two main divisions, one part S of the Alps
Category: Ancient History, Geography (places)
Ref: ( Cisalpine Gaul ); ( Transalpine Gaul ).
a province of the ancient Roman Empire, including the territory corresponding to modern France, Belgium, the S Netherlands, Switzerland, N Italy, and Germany W of the Rhine.
Category: Geography (places), Ancient History
a native or inhabitant of Gaul.
a native or inhabitant of France.
Ref: Latin, Gallia (for defs. 1,2 ).
a person of French descent
a Celt of ancient Gaul
an ancient region of western Europe that included what is now northern Italy and France and Belgium and part of Germany and the Netherlands
A person from Gaul.
A Roman-era region roughly corresponding to modern France and Belgium
the Anglicized form of Gallia, which in the time of the Romans included France and Upper Italy (Transalpine and Cisalpine Gaul)
a native or inhabitant of Gaul
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the name the ancients gave to two distinct regions, the one Cisalpine Gaul, on the Roman side of the Alps, embracing the N. of Italy, as long inhabited by Gallic tribes; and the other Transalpine Gaul, beyond the Alps from Rome, and extending from the Alps to the Pyrenees, from the ocean to the Rhine, inhabited by different races; subdued by Julius Cæsar 58-50 B.C., and divided by Augustus into four provinces.