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gabrōðʀ [gabróðar] n.st.n. sibling. [ga + brōðʀ]

gacᵫn
[gakyn] n.w.n. family, kin. [ga + cᵫn]

gadœ̄mɴ
[gadømen] v.t. to condemn, to damn. Weak j-stem verb. Conj. like dœ̄mɴ. [ga + dœ̄mɴ]

gaðrӿ
[gaðrang] n.w.f. gathering, group, collection; assembly, club, society, association. Synonyms: samnӿ.

gagæðrɴ
[gageðren] v.t. to gather together, to collect.

gaʒɴ
[gawgun] v.t. to howl, to scream, to bellow. [gawjan]

galðʀ
[galðar] n.w.n. spell, chant, charm. Synonyms: sīðþ, tōvʀ, vecӿ. [galdraz]

galðʀbōc
[galðarbók] n.w.n. grimoire, spell book.

galga
[galga] n.w.n. gallows. [galgōn]

galn
[galn] v.t. to sing, to crow (of birds). [galan]

gamæþlegɴ
[gameþlegen] v.t. to speak. [gamaþlijan]

gamǣn
[gamén] adj. common, shared. Synonyms: mǣn. [gamaina]

gamʌ
[gamal] adj. old, not new; former, previous. Refers to an object that is not new or not current. Synonyms: alðþ, fren. [gamala]

gandra
[gandra] n.st.m. gander, male goose. [gandrōn]

gans
[gans] n.st.n. goose. A non-genderspecific word; a male is gandra, a female is gænsena. The young are gænslʀ. [gansaz]

gaŋ
[gang] n.st.n. way, path, route. Derivations: blōðþgaŋ, qeðragaŋ, fūrgaŋ, īngaŋ, ūtgaŋ. [gangaz]

gaŋɴ
[gangan] v.i. to go. Synonyms: gān, gāhɴ. Note that the present tense has three forms, the second being a common contraxion used mainly in speech, the third being an assimilation from the class 7 verbs fāhɴ and hāhɴ. They can all be used interchangeably. Originally class 7; short form is anomalous. Derivations: avfgaŋɴ, meðþgaŋɴ, neðþgaŋɴ, ūpgaŋɴ, ūtgaŋɴ. [gangan]

garðþ
[garþ] n.w.n. yard, garden, property, land. Synonyms: hǣm. [garþōn, gardōn < IE ghort-]

garm
[garm] n.w.m. Cerebus, hellhound, Garm. [garmaz (st.m.) > ON garmr]

garn
[garn] n.w.n. yarn, spun fibre. [garnan]

gaselscap
[gaselskap] n.w.n. society, culture.

gast
[gast] n.st.m. guest. [gastiz]

gat
[gat] n.w.n. opening; gate, doorway. Synonyms: þrᵫhʌ, rōvf. Derivations: qeðragat, rasgat. [gatam]

gavæðӿ
[gaveðang] n.w.f. marriage, matrimony.

gaveðɴ
[gaveðan] v.t. to marry, to wed. [(bi/ga)wedan]

gaver
[gaver] n.w.n. twist.

gaverɴ
[gaveran] v.t. to twist. [(ga)wersan]

gāhɴ
[gáhan] v.i. =gaŋɴ. See gaŋɴ for notes on usage. [Assimilated from fāhɴ and hāhɴ]

gān
[gán] v.i. =gaŋɴ. See gaŋɴ for notes on usage. [gēn]

gæðrɴ
[geðran] v.t. to gather, to collect, to amass. Synonyms: gagæðrɴ, samlɴ. [gadurōjan]

gægɴ
[gegan] prp. against. In a physical sense, as leaning or resting against a surface. Synonyms: veðʀ. [gagina]

gældɴ
[gelden] v.t. to castrate, to geld. [galdjan]

gænsena
[gensena] n.w.f. goose.

gænsʌ
[gensal] n.w.n. gosling.

gærvɴ
[gerven] v.t. to do, to make. Synonyms: dōn or taʒɴ. See dōn for notes on usage. Highly irregular weak j-stem verb that follows the pattern of class 3 strong verbs in the preterite. The past subjunctive keeps the vowel of the preterite, but the weak ending. [garwjan]

gefþ
[gefþ] n.w.f. gift, present. Synonyms: mǣðм.

gelðþ
[gelþ] n.w.n. yield, produce, profit.

gelðɴ
[gelðan] v.t. to yield, to produce. [geldan]

gelɴ
[gelan] v.t. to yell, to scream, to cry out. [gellan]

gelpɴ
[gelpan] v.t. to brag, to boast, to flaunt. [gelpan]

gelvf
[gelf] adj. yellow. [gelwa]

gelvfvrōt [gelfvrót] n.st.n. turmeric, Curcuma longa.

genɴ
[genan] v.t. to begin, to start. The intransitive verb is bagenɴ. [gennan]

gerāfa
[geráfa] n.w.n. giraffe.

gerāfena
[geráfena] n.w.f. giraffe.

germanesc
[germanesk] adj. germanic. [lat. germanicus]

gern
[gern] adj. glad, willing, eager. [gerna]

gern
[gern] adv. gladly, willingly, eagerly. [gerna]

gern·dōn
[gerndón] v.t. to like to do, to enjoy. Class X: conj. like dōn.

gern·havɴ
[gernhavan] v.t. to like, to be pleased with. Class X: conj. like havɴ.

gest
[gest] n.w.n. yeast. [gestaz]

gestena
[gestena] n.w.f. guest.

gestʀ
[gestar] adj. yester-, last. [gestra]

gestʀdag
[gestardag] adv. yesterday.

gestʀhærfst [gestarherfst] adv. last autumn, last fall.

gestʀiār [gestarjár] adv. last year.

gestʀmānðþ
[gestarmánþ] adv. last month.

gestʀmurgɴ
[gestarmurgan] adv. yesterday morning.

gestʀnaht [gestarnaht] adv. last night.

gestʀnāvɴþ
[gestarnávanþ] adv. yesterday evening.

gestʀnæft
ʀmeðʌdag [gestarneftarmeðaldag] adv. yesterday afternoon.

gestʀsumʀ
[gestarsumar] adv. last summer.

gestʀnunðrɴ
[gestarnunðran] adv. noon yesterday.

gestʀvar
[gestarvar] adv. last spring.

gestʀveca
[gestarveka] adv. last week.

gestʀventʀ
[gestarventar] adv. last winter.

getɴ
[getan] v.t. to get, to become like. Used as auxiliary verb to form the passive tense. Synonyms: fāhɴ, hlȳtɴ, crīgɴ. [getan]

gevɴ
[gevan] v.t. to give. [geban]

gǣr
[gér] n.w.n. spear. [gairaz, gaizaz]

gǣrlōc
[gérlóc] n.w.n. garlic. Literally “spear-leek”. [gǣr + lōc]

gǣst
[gést] n.w.n. ghost, spirit. [gaistaz]

gǣt
[gét] n.w.n. goat. The young is known as a ceðþ. [gaitiz]

gǣtena
[gétena] n.w.f. (nanny) goat.

gǣtsȳga
[gétsýga] n.w.m. chupacabra. [gǣt + sȳga]

gīnɴ
[gínan] v.i. to yawn, to gape. [geinan]

glaðþ
[glaþ] adj. glad, happy. Synonyms: blīðþ, tǣt, wunðag. [glada]

glaʒ
[glawg] adj. clever, smart; having good vision. [glawwa]

glas
[glas] n.st.n. glass. [glasam]

glæðɴ
[gleðan] v.t. to gladden, to make happy, to please. [gladjan]

glæntɴ
[glentan] v.i. to glisten, to glint, to sparkle. [glantjan]

glemɴ
[gleman] v.i. to glisten, to glint, to sparkle. [glemman]

glīðɴ
[glíðan] v.i. to glide, to slide. [gleidan]

glītɴ
[glítan] v.i. to glitter, to sparkle. [gleitan]

glōn
[glón] v.i. to glow, to shine. [glōan]

gnast
[gnast] n.w.n. clash, crash.

gnastɴ
[gnastan] v.t. to gnash (teeth), to clash. [gnastan]

gnat
[gnat] n.w.n. gnat. [gnattaz]

gnagɴ
[gnagan] v.t. to gnaw, to chew, to nibble. [gnagan]

gnelɴ
[gnelan] v.i. to yell, to cry out, to shout. [gnellan]

gnestɴ
[gnestan] v.t. to crash, to bang, to smash. [gnestan]

gnǣst
[gnést] n.w.n. spark. [gnaistaz]

gnǣstǣn
[gnéstén] n.w.n. gneiss. [gnaistaz stainaz]

gnīðɴ
[gníðan] v.t. to rub, to chafe, to grind, to grate, to scrub. [gneidan]

gnīpɴ
[gnípan] v.t. to scratch, to claw, to tear at. Synonyms: hrīvɴ, claʒɴ. [gneipan]

gnōðþ
[gnóþ] adj. mean, stingy, miserly. Synonyms: hnaʒ. [gnauþa]

gnurn
[gnurn] adj. sad, unhappy. [gnurna]

gōða [góða] n.st.f. goodness, quality. Synonyms: gōðþ.

gōðþ
[góþ] adj. good. Synonyms: bat. Comp.: bætʀ. Sup.: bæst. Adv.: gōða or vel. Antonyms.: ᵫvʌ. [gōda]

gōðþ [góþ] n.st.f. goodness, quality. Synonyms: gōða.

gōr [gór] adj. sad, depressed, despondant, grief-stricken. [gaura]

gōm
[góm] n.w.n. palate, roof of the mouth. [gauman, gaumōn]

gœ̄mɴ
[gøman] v.t. to pay attention to, to mind, heed, to beware of. [gaumjan]

gœ̄r
[gør] n.w.n. grief, depression, sadness. [gaurīn]

graʒ
[grawg] adj. grey. [grēwa]

gram
[gram] n.w.m. enemy, fiend. Synonyms: fīnðþ. [grammaz]

gras
[gras] n.w.n. grass. [grasam]

grashupa
[grashupa] n.w.n. grasshopper.

gravɴ
[gravan] v.t. to dig (up). Derivations: ūpgravɴ, ūtgravɴ. [graban]

grātɴ
[grátan] v.t. to cry, to weep. [grētan]

grecesc
[grekesk] adj., n.w.n. greek. [lat. grecus]

grem
[grem] adj. grim, somber; cruel, evil. Synonyms: arg, balvf, ᵫvʌ, var. [gremma]

gremðþ
[gremþ] n.w.f. cruelty, evil.

grenðɴ
[grenðan] v.t. to grind, to pulverize, to powder, to crush. [grendan]

grenðþ [grenþ] n.w.n. fencing, lattice, grid (bigger than mesh). Derivations: bǣngrenðþ. [grendiz, grenþiz]

grīnɴ
[grínan] v.i. to groan, to moan, to whine, to whimper. [greinan]

grīpɴ
[grípan] v.t. to grip, to grab, to hold onto. Synonyms: angrīpɴ. [greipan]

grōðþ
[gróþ] n.w.f. growth.

grōn
[grón] v.i. to grow. [grōan]

grōt
[grót] adj. great, big, large. [grauta]

grœ̄n
[grøn] adj. green. [grōni]

grœ̄ncōl
[grønkól] n.st.n. (a head of) lettuce. Literally “green cabbage.” Leaf lettuce is referred to as crūðþ instead of cōl. [grœ̄n + cōl]

grœ̄nt flac
[grønt flak] n.w.n. green lentil.

grœ̄tɴ
[grøtan] v.t. to greet. [grōtjan]

grœ̄tӿ
[grøtang] n.w.f. greeting, salutation.

grœ̄tþ
[grøtþ] n.w.f. greatness, quantity, amount; size.

grunðӿ
[grunðang] n.w.f. reason.
ūpþʀ grunðaŋa þet... on the grounds that...

grunðþ
[grunþ] n.w.n. ground, flor. Synonyms: flōr, mulðþ, erðþ. [grunduz]

grunðþ
[grunþ] n.w.n. reason. Synonyms: grunðӿ. [grunduz]

grᵫdɴ
[gryden] v.t. to gird, to dress, to wrap. [gurdjan]

grᵫðʌ [gryðal] n.w.n. belt. Synonyms: bælt. [gurdilaz]

grᵫðʌræst
[gryðalrest] n.w.n. waist, waistline, beltline.

grȳtɴ
[grýtan] v.t. to to demolish, to pulverise, to grind up. [greutan]

gulðþ
[gulþ] n.w.n. gold (Au). [gulþam]

gulðþ
[gulþ] adj. gold, golden (gold-colourd). [gulþa]

gulðɴ
[guldan] adj. gold, golden (made of gold).

gum
[gum] n.w.m. groom, bridegroom, husband, spouse. Synonyms: man, ver. [guman]

gumbrōðʀ
[gumbróðar] n.st.m. brother-in-law, husband’s brother. See appdx. v.

gumfaðʀ
[gumfaðar] n.st.m. father-in-law, husband’s father. See appdx. v.

gummōðʀ
[gummóðar] n.st.f. mother-in-law, husband’s mother. See appdx. v.

gumʀ
[gumar] n.st.m. ram. Synonyms: ram, veþʀ. [gumaraz]

gumsvestʀ
[gumsvestar] n.w.f. sister-in-law, husband’s sister. See appdx. v.

gūðþ
[gúþ] n.st.n. god, deity. Synonyms: ans. [gūþam]

gūðþvetscap
[gúþvetskap] n.w.n. theology.

gᵫlðɴ
[gylden] v.t. to gild, to colour gold, to cover with gold.

gᵫmbʌ
[gymbal] n.w.m. ram lamb. [gum(b)ilaz > ON gymbill]

gᵫmbʀ
[gymbar] n.w.f. ewe lamb. [gum(b)araz > ON gymbr]

gȳðena
[gýðena] n.w.f. goddess.

gȳʒɴ
[gýwgun] v.t. to look, to watch. Synonyms: angȳʒɴ, scaʒn, lȳcɴ. [geuggan, guggjan]

gȳtɴ
[gýtan] v.t. to pour, to water. [geutan]