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[Bret., curved thigh].

Kind of giant in Breton oral tradition thought to roam at night. Nicknamed ‘lame’ [Fr. boiteux], he appears to have contributed to the giant Gargantua of Rabelais's celebrated satire (1532). His probable Welsh counterpart is Gwrgwnt.

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