Gallo can mean:

  • related to Gaul, as in Gallo-Roman culture
  • Gallo language, a regional language of France
  • Gallo-Romance, a branch of Romance languages
  • Gallo-Italic or Gallo-Italian language, a branch spoken in Northern Italy of the Romance languages
  • Gallo-Italic of Sicily, a group of Gallo-Italic dialects spoken in central-eastern Sicily
  • Gallo-Iberian languages, a branch of Romance languages
  • Gallo-Brittonic, the common aspects between Celtic Gaul and Celtic Britain
  • Gallo-Roman religion, a fusion of the traditional religious practices of the Gauls and the Roman and Hellenistic religions
  • Italian and Spanish word for Rooster
  • Gallo (beer), from Guatemala
  • Gallo Matese, a commune of 761 inhabitants in the province of Caserta, Italy
  • Gällö, a locality situated in Bräcke Municipality, Jämtland County, Sweden
  • Gallo Record Company, a South African record label
  • The Gallo river, a tributary of the Tagus
  • San Gallo, Italian name for St. Gallen
  • nickname for Italian basketball player Danilo Gallinari of the Denver Nuggets
  • A Spanish slang word for marijuana.

Gallo is also a surname and can refer to:

  • American gangsters:
    • Albert Gallo, one of the "Gallo brothers"
    • Joe Gallo, one of the "Gallo brothers"
    • Joseph N. Gallo, consiglieri of the Gambino crime family
    • Larry Gallo, one of the "Gallo brothers"
  • Anna Maria Gallo, better known as Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus, Italian saint
  • Armando Gallo, an Italian journalist and photographer
  • Bill Gallo, cartoonist and columnist for the New York Daily News
  • Carla Gallo, U.S. actress
  • Dean Gallo, U.S. congressman
  • Diego Gallo, a Uruguayan swimmer
  • Domenico Gallo, an Italian composer and violinist whose works are sometimes mistakenly attributed to Pergolesi.
  • E & J Gallo Winery, founded in 1933
    • Ernest Gallo, co-founder
    • Julio Gallo, co-founder
    • Joseph Edward Gallo, brother of Ernest and Julio Gallo
  • Fortune Gallo, impresario of the San Carlo Opera Company
  • George Gallo, an American film producer
  • Mario Gallo, an Italian born Argentine film director
  • Max Gallo, a French author who wrote a series of novels based on the life of Napoleon I of France
  • Marielle Gallo, a French Member of the European Parliament
  • Melissa Gallo, now uses the name Melissa Fumero
  • Robert Gallo, a retrovirus expert famous for his co-discovery of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS
  • Vincent Gallo, a film director
  • Samuel Sarfati, physician to Pope Julius II, known as Gallo
Popular culture
  • Boss Gallo, the Gungan hero and ancestor of Boss Nass who united the Gungan tribes 3000 years before Star Wars: Episode I
  • Cordelia Gallo, the mother of Victorica from Gosick

Other articles related to "gallo":

Martin Casaus - Career - 2005
... Tristan Gallo had his first Heavyweight Title Match against trainer Derrick Jannetty ... Tristan Gallo and GQ Gallo won back the UCW Tag Team Titles from the Mochis once more only to lose them from the team of Tyson Ferrari and JMB ... Tristan Gallo wrestles in American Championship Wrestling feuding with Jaden and won the ACW Midwest title ...
Manou Gallo
... Manou N'Guessan Gallo is a musician, born August 31, 1972 in Divo, Côte d'Ivoire ... Brought up by her grandmother, Gallo first performed at the age of 12 and went on to become a success, touring in various African countries such as Burkina Faso ... When the group Woya eventually stopped, Gallo followed Marcellin Yacé to Abidjan ...
Lambesc - History - Gallo-Roman History
... It remains as "Saint-Esteve", the remains of a Gallo-Roman rural settlement as well as another institution, organized and based on the farm in Grand Verger ... We know from the Gallo-Roman population of Lambesc that they revered a local water deity, near an ancient spring, where three dedications to Iboïte were found ...
Lussac-les-Châteaux - Gallo-Roman Era
... 'Luciacum', the tribal domain of the Gallo-Roman chief 'Lucius' ... Some artefacts of Gallo-Roman social and artistic life, such as pottery and coins, have been found ... Local place names, such as 'Vaux villars', suggest that the occupants of Gallo-Roman villae worked in agriculture ...

Famous quotes containing the word gallo:

    Socialism can only arrive by bicycle.
    —José Antonio Viera Gallo (b. 1943)