Gargoyle, from the French gargouille, likely to mean "throat" or "gullet Latin gurgulio, gula, gargula ("gullet" or "throat") and similar words derived from the root gar, "to swallow", which represented the gurgling sound of water ( Portuguese garganta, "throat"; gárgola, "gargoyle gutter."

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Preying Mantis gargoyle at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Photo by Victoria Pickering (flickr).

Preying Mantis gargoyle at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Photo by Victoria Pickering

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