Gallic

adjective
Gal·​lic | \ ˈga-lik \

Definition of Gallic

: of or relating to Gaul or France

First Known Use of Gallic

1635, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Gallic

borrowed from Latin Gallicus, from Gallus "a gaul" + -icus -ic entry 1

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Gallic

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of Gallic

: of or relating to France or French people; especially : typical of French people

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