Gigli (disambiguation)

Gigli can refer to:

* "Gigli", a 2003 film
* Beniamino Gigli (1890-1957), an Italian tenor
* Elena Gigli (born 1985), an Italian water polo goalkeeper
* Campanelle (also gigli or ricciol), a type of pasta shaped like a bell or flower
* A Gigli Saw is a flexible wire bone saw used by surgeons

ee also

* Gigi (disambiguation)

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