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GI'ANT, n. L. gigas Gr. probably from the earth. The word originally signified earth-born, terrigena. The ancients believed the first inhabitants of the earth to be produced from the ground and to be of enormous size.

1. A man of extraordinary bulk and stature.

Giants of mighty bone, and bold emprise.

2. A person of extraordinary strength or powers, bodily or intellectual. The judge is a giant in his profession.

Giants-causey, a vast collection of basaltic pillars in the county of Antrim, in Ireland.

GI'ANT, a. Like a giant extraordinary in size or strength as giant brothers a giant son.


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Entry for 'Giant'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/kjd/g/giant.html.

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