Usage examples for GAU

  1. And at the Little Gau they spent the months from the Fourth of July to the 13th of October- two great days in history- getting ready for Mexico. – The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories by Hale, Edward Everett
  2. He says, that Gau signified in the language of the country a house: and that the purport of the word Gaugamela was the house of a camel. – A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I. by Jacob Bryant
  3. By medium bore I assume you mean the gau kash, the ox- drawn cannon. – The Moghul by Thomas Hoover
  4. To men in ioy, but greefe makes one houre ten Gau – Richard-II by Shakespeare, William
  5. Here was the awful portal, " the Gau Mukh," or " cow's mouth," by which, when all was lost to Chitor save honour, her women entered the subterranean cavern while the fuel was heaped high, and an honourable death by suffocation awaited them. – A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil by T. R. Swinburne
  6. Little Gau is so near the sea- shore that every day they go down to the beach to bathe, and the beach is so near the Gulf Stream that the swim is- well, perfection. – The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories by Hale, Edward Everett
  7. Gau in Breisgau, Rheingau, etc. – The Romance of Names by Ernest Weekley
  8. 1. Chateau Margau, belonging to the Marquis d'Agincourt, who makes about one hundred and fifty tons, of one thousand bottles each. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  9. Ioy absent, greefe is present for that time Gau – Richard-II by Shakespeare, William
  10. The " Gau is a larger territory than the " Mark." – The Origin of the Family Private Property and the State by Frederick Engels
  11. Oh no, the apprehension of the good Giues but the greater feeling to the worse: Fell sorrowes tooth, doth euer ranckle more Then when it bites, but lanceth not the sore Gau – Richard-II by Shakespeare, William
  12. I am in health, I breath, I see thee ill Gau – Richard-II by Shakespeare, William
  13. Just as in the earlier nomadic life the aggregation of clans makes ultimately the tribe, so in the more advanced agricultural life of our Aryan ancestors the aggregation of marks or village- communities makes ultimately the gau or shire. – American Political Ideas Viewed From The Standpoint Of Universal History by John Fiske