Ghyll \Ghyll\, n. A ravine. See {Gill} a woody glen. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.] --Wordsworth. [1913 Webster]

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  • Ghyll — is a Lexicon game (a cooperative, wiki based world creation game currently ongoing). The world as it stands is roughly one of humorous fantasy.A link to Ghyll may be found below. [ Ghyll homepage] …   Wikipedia

  • ghyll — Brit. var. of GILL(3). * * * variant of gill V * * * ghyll /gil/ noun see ↑gill3 * * * ghyll «gihl», noun. = gill3. (Cf. ↑gill) * * * ghyll see gill n.2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • ghyll — noun (Scotland/Northern England) A ravine …   Wiktionary

  • ghyll — noun variant spelling of gill3 …   English new terms dictionary

  • New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel (Cumbria) — New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel country: United Kingdom, city: Cumbria (Great Langdale) New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel Set amidst The Lake District s most dramatic fells in the picturesque Langdale Valley, The New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel is located in one of the… …   International hotels

  • Old Dungeon Ghyll — ODG redirects here. ODG is also the file extension for an OpenDocument drawing file. The Old Dungeon Ghyll is a pub and hotel in the Great Langdale valley in the centre of the English Lake District. Originally a farm and inn, in the early 20th… …   Wikipedia

  • Trow Ghyll skeleton — The Trow Ghyll skeleton is a set of human remains discovered on August 24, 1947 in Trow Ghyll cavern, near Clapham in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Although the identity of the body has never been ascertained, it has been claimed that they were… …   Wikipedia

  • Dungeon Ghyll — is a ravine on the north side of the Great Langdale valley in Cumbria, England, that starts at Stickle Tarn.There is a well–trodden path from the car park in the valley up to the tarn parts of which have been improved with stone slabs to reduce… …   Wikipedia

  • Stock Ghyll Force — (spr. gill forß), Wasserfall, s. Ambleside …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Gill (stream) — Ghyll or Gill is used for a stream or narrow valley in the North of England and other parts of the United Kingdom. The word originates from the Old Norse Gil . Examples include: *Dufton Ghyll Wood *Dungeon Ghyll *Gaping Gill *Trow GhyllWhere the… …   Wikipedia

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