Gargam

"Curved thigh." A giant in Breton oral tradition believed to roam at night. He is nicknamed "lame" (French boiteux) and seems to have contributed to the giant Gargantua from Fran├žois Rabelais' work Pantagruel (1532). The Welsh counterpart of Gargam is Gwrgwnt.

References

Source

  • MacKillop, James. (2004). Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.