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galliot

noun gal·li·ot \ˈga-lē-ət\

Definition of GALLIOT

1
:  a small swift galley formerly used in the Mediterranean
2
[Dutch galjoot, from Middle French galiot] :  a long narrow shallow-draft Dutch merchant sailing ship

Variants of GALLIOT

gal·li·ot or gal·i·ot \ˈga-lē-ət\

Origin of GALLIOT

Middle English galiot, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin galeota, diminutive of galea galley, from Middle Greek
First Known Use: 14th century

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