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Gigantes

[ ji-gan-teez ]
/ dʒɪˈgæn tiz /
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plural noun Classical Mythology
huge monsters, the children of Gaia, who fought the Olympians but were defeated by them.
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Origin of Gigantes

First recorded in 1690–1710; from Latin, from Greek Gígantes, plural of Gígas; see origin at giant
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