Definition of Gighe

1. giga [n] - See also: giga



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gighe

giggle juice
giggled
giggler
gigglers
giggles
gigglesome
gigglier
giggliest
giggliness
giggling
gigglingly
gigglings
gigglish
giggly
giggot
gighe (current term)
giglet
giglets
giglot
giglots
gigman
gigmen
gigohm
gigohms
gigolos
gigot
gigot sleeve
gigots
gigs

Literary usage of Gighe

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1. The history of the violin, and other instruments played on with the bow from by William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster (1864)
"... of which we will cite a few, and they may also be taken to show the use of the instruments, the vielle, or viol, and the gighe; and to prove that the ..."

2. The History of the Violin: And Other Instruments Played on with the Bow from by William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster (1864)
"... of which we will cite a few, and they may also be taken to show the use of the instruments, the vielle, or viol, and the gighe; and to prove that the ..."

3. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1910)
"Marino Silvani in the eulogistic preface he wrote to Vitali's 'Balletti, Correnti, gighe,' etc., 1671, alludes to his violin-playing, 'excellente nell' arte ..."

4. Some Musicians of Former Days by Romain Rolland (1915)
"The cantata, or scena di camera, responded 1 " Canton su la ciaccona il miserere e un stilo da farza e da commedia e gighe e sarabande alia distesa. ..."

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