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198 bytes removed ,  09:46, 13 October 2011
→‎Name origin: there. Now can we stop putting random words that end in -lith as name origins?
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====Name origin====
 
====Name origin====
Gigalith's English and Japanese names may have been derived from ''{{wp|gigas}}'', a term used to describe a race of earth-born {{wp|Giants (Greek mythology)|giants}} in Greek mythology, and the Greek word ''lithos'' meaning "stone." It could also be derived from {{wp|Goliath}}.  It is also derived from the word megalith, a big stone people worshiped in the Neolithic Era. Finally, the name could also be derived from ''{{wp|monolith}}'' meaning "a geological structure consisting of a single massive rock or stone." The Japanese name may also be derived from "{{wp|Gaia (mythology)|Gaia}}", the {{wp|Greek (mythology)|Greek goddess}} personifying the {{wp|Earth}}.
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Gigalith's English and Japanese names may have been derived from ''{{wp|gigas}}'', a term used to describe a race of earth-born {{wp|Giants (Greek mythology)|giants}} in Greek mythology, and the Greek word ''lithos'' meaning "stone," used as the suffix ''-lith'' in English. It could also be derived from {{wp|Goliath}}. The Japanese name may also be derived from "{{wp|Gaia (mythology)|Gaia}}", the {{wp|Greek (mythology)|Greek goddess}} personifying the {{wp|Earth}}.
    
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==

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