Definition of Gavots

1. gavot [n] - See also: gavot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gavots

gavelmen
gaveloche
gaveloches
gavelock
gavelocks
gavels
gaverick
gavest
gaviae
gavial
gavialoid
gavials
gaviiform seabird
gavilimomab
gavot
gavots (current term)
gavotte
gavotted
gavottes
gavotting
gavver
gavvers
gawbies
gawby
gawcier
gawciest
gawcy
gawd
gawds
gawk

Literary usage of Gavots

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1. The Secret Societies of All Ages and Countries by Charles William Heckethorn (1897)
"The sons of Solomon assumed different denominations, such as "wolves" and gavots, which latter designation they retained, because coming from Judaea to ..."

2. Tales of Languedoc by Samuel Jacques Brun (1896)
"Every year in early springtime a great many "gavots" from the Lozere come ... But " gavots " are satisfied with little; and so long as the wine and bread ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1902)
"... and its etymology is due to its- having been born in Gap, a town in that Department, whose inhabitants were called gavots, and hence the term "gavotte ..."

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