Homophones for galant, gallant

galant / gallant [ˈgælənt]

galant – adj. & n. – of, relating to, or composed in a light and elegant free homophonic style of musical composition in the 18th century with rococo ornamentation as contrasted with the serious fugal style of the baroque era

gallant – adj., n. & v. – adj. – 1. brave, noble; 2. markedly attentive or polite, especially to women; 3. of ships, horses, etc. – grand, fine, stately; n. – 1. a ladies’ man, a lover or paramour; 2. Archaic a man of fashion, a fine gentleman; v. – 1. flirt with; 2. escort, act as a cavalier