Gallio

noun Gal·lio \ ˈgalēˌō \

Definition of Gallio

plural -s
: one that is Gallionic

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Origin and Etymology of gallio

after Junius Annaeus Gallio †ab a.d. 65 Roman proconsul of Achaia who dismissed the Jews' accusation against Paul (Acts 18:12–17), from Latin


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