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Gallic British & World English

Of or characteristic of France or the French

gallic acid British & World English

An acid extracted from oak galls and other vegetable products, formerly used in making ink

Gallic Wars British & World English

Julius Caesar’s campaigns 58-51 bc, which established Roman control over Gaul north of the Alps and west of the River Rhine (Transalpine Gaul). During this period Caesar twice invaded Britain (55 and 54 bc)

Anglo-Gallic British & World English

Numismatics. Designating coinage issued by English monarchs in English-controlled territories in France from the 13th to the 16th centuries.