[gal-uh n-tree] /ˈgæl ən tri/
noun, plural gallantries.
dashing courage; heroic bravery; noble-minded behavior.
or courtly attention to women.
a act, action, or speech.
noun (pl) -ries
conspicuous courage, esp in war: the gallantry of the troops
polite attentiveness to women
a gallant action, speech, etc
1590s, “fine appearance,” from French galanterie (16c.), from Old French galant (see gallant). Meaning “gallant behavior” is from 1630s. Middle English had gallantness “merriment, gaiety, high living” (late 15c.).
- Gallant soldier
noun 1. a South American plant, Galinsoga parviflora, widely distributed as a weed, having small daisy-like flowers surrounded by silvery scales: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called Joey Hooker
[gal-eyt, gaw-leyt] /ˈgæl eɪt, ˈgɔ leɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt or ester of .
noun 1. a mountain range in NW Wyoming and SW Montana. High point, Electric Peak, 10,992 feet (3350 meters).
[gal-uh-det] /ˌgæl əˈdɛt/ noun 1. Thomas Hopkins, 1787–1851, U.S. educator of the deaf and writer.