"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 François Rabelais' work Pantagruel (1532). The Welsh counterpart of Gargam is Gwrgwnt.
- MacKillop, James. (2004). Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.