Spell check of galen

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Correct spelling: galen

What does the acronym galen stand for?

GALEN abbreviation definitions:

Common misspellings:

claan, gasline, gaoline, gallen, gilian, glarin, galre, glisen, kleen, galroe, galant, guleing, whlen, calvn, alen, jolena, claean, klnew, gasolene, galons, cleen, golen, darlen, claen, gasolin, alein, killen, goten, lalwn, gaine, clain, gleen, gallent, javellen, galnce, garten, falen, talen, clien, malene, salena, gasolen, ginen, galean, kailyn, clena, kallen, glown, okalona, halen.

Examples of usage:

  1. But Galen Albret abruptly interposed, speaking directly, with authority, as was his habit.  The Silent Places by Steward Edward White
  2. The Oxylapathum, us'd of old; in the time of Galen was eaten frequently.  Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets by John Evelyn
  3. To these he succinctly replies, " How many surgianes and apothecaries are there in England which can understand Plini in Latin or Galen and Dioscorides?"  The Old English Herbals by Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
  4. Seeing him receive the smoke from the incense one would have said that Galen was right in averring the passage of smoke in the nasal canals to the head through a screen of ethmoids, since he straightened himself, threw his head back, and moved toward the middle of the altar with such pompousness and gravity that Capitan Tiago found him more majestic than the Chinese comedian of the night before, even though the latter had been dressed as an emperor, paint- bedaubed, with beribboned sword, stiff beard like a horse's mane, and high- soled slippers.  The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere by José Rizal
  5. This doctor of Fox's- we will call him Doctor Galen, for the sake of a name- this Doctor Galen was a kindly man, who had sat leaning one elbow on the table and looking out at Fox under a shading hand and half smiling.  Concerning Sally by William John Hopkins