what does Gullis mean
can anybody tell me what and where does the word Gullis comes from?
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I disagree with "gullible" ...more likely it's a variant of Gillis or Gillies or a number of names that come from the Gaelic 'Giolla' which means "servant of ..." and in the case where there is an 'is' following it, means 'Íosa' which is a derivative of the Greek name for Jesus ...hence ..."servant of Jesus"
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Gullible maybe? sounds like.. Gull... something related to the mouth or nearby inner zone. search some latin or greek I would say.
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Now that I see it under the light of his words... I disagree with my previous posting... That is, I disagree with myself.
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