GI'ANT, n. [L. gigas; Gr. probably from the earth. The word originally signified earth-born, terrigena. The ancients believed the first inhabitants of the earth to be produced from the ground and to be of enormous size.]
Giants-causey, a vast collection of basaltic pillars in the county of Antrim, in Ireland.
GI'ANT, a. Like a giant; extraordinary in size or strength; as giant brothers; a giant son.