Giant Suttung, son of that gilling whom they had just slain, was coming upon them in great fury to avenge his father's death.
Suttung, gilling's brother, tracked them down and captured them.
After this gilling must soon have ceased to be of any account.
Suttung was not harmless and simple like gilling, his brother.
We saw gilling, the fine old Fairfax castle, and spent a delicious day at Rievaulx.
But gilling was already there, kissing his wife and daughter.
They led their band of Dwarfs to gilling's house and screamed out to his wife that gilling was dead.
Mr. gilling repeated curiously, in his nervous, serious way.
The principle of gilling is to comb the fibers more and more nearly parallel and to draw them out into more even strands.
In scenery of this character stands gilling Castle, the seat of the Fairfaxes for some three centuries.
"organ of breathing in fishes," early 14c., of unknown origin, perhaps from a Scandinavian source, e.g. Old Norse giolnar which perhaps means "gills;" Old Danish -gæln (in fiske-gæln "fish gill"). Related: Gills.
liquid measure (commonly a half-pint), late 13c., from Old French gille, a wine measure, and directly from Medieval Latin gillo "earthenware jar," of uncertain origin.