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GABBLE -- babillachar; (geese) carcarear; n. babillada

GABION -- ~ (-ade)

GABLE -- fronton

GADFLY -- tabane

GAFF -- (naut.) gaffe

GAG -- (mouth) stuffa-bocca, garot

GAGE -- mesura; (security) hipoteca, garantie

GAIN -- ganie (-ar), profite; v. (to reach) atinger

GAINSAY -- contradir, contestar

GAIT -- eada, maniere marchar, vadida

GAITER -- gamache

GALA -- ~

GALAXY -- galaxe, via galactic

GALE -- storm

GALL -- bilie; (fig.) amaritá; (bot.) gall; v. iritar, molestar

GALLANT -- brav; galant, cavalieresc

GALLEON -- gallion

GALLERY -- galerie

GALLEY -- galere; (ship's ~) cocina

GALLIVANT -- circumvagar, circumflanar

GALLON -- mesura anglesi = 4,54 litres

GALLOON -- galon

GALLOP -- galoppa (-ar)

GALLOWS -- patibul, penduore

GALOSH -- galoche

GALVANIC -- ~

GALVANIZE -- galvanisar

GAMBIT -- ~

GAMBLE -- specular, riscar, hasardar, paríluder

GAMBOL -- saltillar, capreolar, gambillar

GAME -- lude; (birds) volallia, chass-avies; (meat) carne savagin

GAMEKEEPER -- chass-gardero

GAMMON -- jambon infumat

GAMUT -- gamme, scala

GANDER -- ganso

GANG -- bande, truppe, -allia

GANGLION -- ~

GANGRENE -- gangren (-ari)

GANGWAY -- passage; (naut.) pontette, passuore

GAOL -- cárcere, prison

GAP -- apertura, intersticie, breche; manca, lacone

GAPE -- gapar; (yawn) hiar

GARAGE -- ~

GARB -- costume, vestiment

GARBAGE -- jettallia, putrallia

GARBLE -- bosillar, falsificar

GARDEN -- jardin (-ar, -age, -ero, -cultura)

GARGLE -- gurgulear, gargarisar

GARGOYLE -- gargule

GARISH -- ciecant, pomposi

GARLAND -- guirlande

GARLIC -- alie

GARMENT -- veste, vestiment

GARNER -- v. recoltar; n. graniere

GARNET -- granat

GARNISH -- garnir (-iment, -itura), ornar

GARRET -- mansarde

GARRISON -- garnison

GARROT -- garot (-ar)

GARRULOUS -- babillaci, loquaci

GARTER -- strump-lace, gartere

GAS -- ~ (-ificar)

GASCONADE -- gasconada

GASH -- larg vúlnere, vúlnere beant

GAS-METER -- gas-metre, contator de gas

GASOMETER -- gasometre

GASP -- anhelar (-ation); n. spasma

GASTRIC -- ~, stomacal

GASTRITIS -- gastrite

GASTRONOMY -- gastronomie (-ic)

GATE -- porta, barriere

GATEWAY -- intrada

GATHER -- colecter, colier; (fester) supurar; (harvest) recoltar; (an opinion) concluder

GATHERING -- assemble; abscess; (needlework) ruche

GAUDY -- tro ornat, pomposi

GAUGE -- v. mesurar; taxar; n. mesura, scala, dimension; mesurette, indicator

GAUNT -- magri; miserabil

GAUNTLET -- gante con manchette, garda-manu

GAUZE -- gaze

GAVOTTE -- ~

GAWKY -- desgracil

GAY -- ~ (-itá, -esse), gaudiosi

GAZE -- v. regardar fixmen, spectar

GAZELLE -- ~

GAZETTE -- ~, jurnale, revúe

GAZETTEER -- geografic lexico

GEAR -- aparate, mecanisme; (motorcar) ingranage

GELATINE -- ~

GELD -- castrar (-ation)

GEM -- juvel, lapide preciosi, gemme

GENDARME -- ~

GENDER -- (gram.) génere

GENEALOGIST -- genealog (-ie, -ic)

GENERAL -- a. ~, comun, usual, customal; n. generale; ~PUBLIC: grand publica

GENERALISSIMO -- ~

GENERATE -- generar, producter; causar

GENERATION -- (all meanings) ~

GENEROUS -- generosi (-tá)

GENESIS -- creation; (bibl.) genese

GENETIC -- ~

GENIAL -- afabil, agreabil

GENITAL -- ~; (pl.) genitallia

GENITIVE -- (gram.) ~

GENIUS -- genie, spiritu; (person) genio

GENTEEL -- elegant, graciosi, gentil, bon educat

GENTILE -- pagano, non-judéo

GENTLE -- mild, dulci, suavi; (rank) nobil

GENTLEMAN -- senior, gentilmann

GENTRY -- nobilité (inferiori); alt borgesité

GENUFLECTION -- genuflexion

GENUINE -- genuin, autentic, sinceri

GENUS -- génere

GEODESY -- geodesie

GEOGRAPHER -- geograf (-ie, -ic)

GEOLOGIST -- geolog (-ie, -ic)

GEOMETRY -- geometrie (-ic)

GERANIUM -- geranie, pelargonium

GERM -- gérmine (-ar); bacille, microbio

GERMANE -- parent, afini

GERMINATE -- germinar (-ation)

GERUND -- gerundie

GESTATION -- gestation, graviditá

GESTICULATE -- gesticular (-ation)

GESTURE -- geste

GET -- (acquire) aquisiter, obtener, ganiar, reciver; (arrive) arivar; (become; devenir, -ijar; (cause) causar; (fetch) aportar

GET OFF -- (clothes) demetter; (dismount) descender de. THE ACCUSED GOT OFF: on absoluet li acusato

GET ON -- prosperar, progresser; proceder; (mount) montar, ascender; (agree) acordar

GET OUT -- preparar, editer; exear; (get out of) evitar, debrolliar

GET OVER -- (overcome) superar, victer; (illness) bon trapassar, recuperar

GET THROUGH -- traear; (finish) finir; successar

GET UP -- (rise) levar se; (arrange) arangear, organisar; (mount) montar

GET WELL -- resanijar, convalescer

GEWGAW -- juvelache, futilage, talmi, auripelle

GEYSER -- ~; balne-forne, terme

GHASTLY -- horribil, cadavric

GHETTO -- ~, quartere de hebréos

GHOST -- fantom, spírite

GHOUL -- vampire, demon, raubator de cadavres

GIANT -- n. gigante (-ic, -esc)

GIBBERISH -- jargon

GIBBET -- patibul, penduore

GIBBOUS -- bossut; vultat

GIBE -- moca (-ar), sarcasme

GIDDY -- vertiginosi, chancelant; ínconstant

GIDDINESS -- vertígine

GIFT -- don, donation; talent

GIG -- (naut.) giga, yoll

GIGANTIC -- ~

GIGGLE -- hihicar

GILD -- aurar (-atura)

GILL -- (fish) branche

GILT -- a. aurat; n. folie aurin

GIMLET -- scruv-forette

GIN -- ~; (trap) trapp, captuore; (mech.) vinduore

GINGER -- zingibre

GINGERLY -- TO WALK ~: passuar cautmen o circumspectmen

GIPSY -- cigano; bohemian

GIRAFFE -- ~

GIRD -- cinter; (sneer) ricanar

GIRDER -- metall—trave, trave portant

GIRDLE -- cintura, zone

GIRL -- puella. GIRLHOOD: puellesse

GIRTH -- rondore, circumferentie; (belly-band) cintura, sedle-zone

GIST -- lu essential, chef-punctu, resumé

GIVE -- v. dar; (present) donar; ceder; n. elasticitá

GIVE BACK -- restituer, retrodar

GIVE FORTH -- anunciar; (a cry) pussar

GIVE IN -- ceder, capitular

GIVE OFF -- (an odour) expander

GIVE OUT -- distribuer; exhauster se, anunciar

GIVE OVER -- transdar, transmisser; (cease) cessar

GIVE UP -- abandonar; (a problem) ne posser soluer; (surrender) capitular, renunciar

GIVE WAY -- ceder (piazza); cader in ruinas, crular

GIVEN TO -- inclinat, disposit

GIZZARD -- stomac (de avies), croppe

GLACIAL -- ~

GLACIER -- glaciero, rivere glacial

GLAD -- joyosi, injoyat. I AM ~: yo joya

GLADDEN -- (in)joyar

GLADE -- clariera

GLADIATOR -- ~

GLADIOLUS -- gladiol

GLAMOUR -- fascination, charme, sorcie

GLANCE -- v. regardar, jettar un regard a. TO ~ OFF: ricochettar, saltar a latere

GLAND -- glandul (-ari)

GLARE -- (at) regardar con colere; n. luce ciecant; coleric regard

GLARING -- flagrant, clar

GLASS -- vitre (-in): (tumbler) glass; (mirror) spegul; (opera ~) lorniette

GLASS-CASE -- vitrine

GLASS-HOUSE -- tepidarium

GLASSWARE -- vitreríe

GLASSWORKS -- vitrería

GLASSY -- vitri, vitratri

GLAUCOUS -- glauc

GLAZE -- v. (with glass) vitrar; (a surface) glaser, glasurar

GLAZIER -- vitrero, glasero

GLEAM -- radie, splendore; v. brilliar, radiar

GLEAN -- colier; stopplar, posrecoltar.

GLEANER -- stopplera

GLEE -- joya, gayitá; (mus.) harmonic cantada

GLEN -- valley, ravine

GLIB -- (tro) fluent; suavi. TO BE ~: parlar suavimen, parlar volubilmen

GLIDE -- glissar

GLIMMER -- lucettear, jettar un debil luce, lucer intermittentmen

GLIMPSE -- curt regarde

GLISTEN -- scintillar, brilliar

GLITTER -- splender, brilliar

GLOAMING -- crepuscul

GLOAT -- delectar se pri, exultar pri

GLOBE -- bul, glob, sfere

GLOBULE -- global (-ari)

GLOOMY -- morni, melancolic; obscur, tenebrosi, grisi

GLORIOUS -- gloriosi, bellissim

GLORY -- glorie (-ificar); v. exultar

GLOSS -- politura, lustre; (comment) glosse; v. (~ over) palliar, mascar, eufemiar; (cloth.) catisser

GLOSSARY -- glossarium

GLOVE -- gante

GLOW -- v. arder (-ent, -entie, -ore); n. (flame) brase

GLOW-WORM -- verme lucent, lampire

GLUCOSE -- ~

GLUE -- glutine (-ar, -osi), colle

GLUM -- desgay, morni, depresset

GLUT -- v. saturar; (market) superplenar; n. satietá, supersatie

GLUTTON -- gloton (-eríe), stuffa-bocca, voron. GLUTTONOUS: manjavid

GLYCERINE -- glicerine

GNARLED -- tordet, nodat

GNASH -- grinsar (per li dentes)

GNAT -- tipul

GNAW -- roDer (-sion)

GNEISS -- ~

GNOME -- ~, spírite del terra, cobolde

GNU -- ~

GO -- v. ear, vader; (machine) functionar; n. verve, alertie, energie

GO FOR -- far venir; ataccar

GO IN -- intrar; ingredir

GO IN FOR -- interessar se por, interprender

GO INTO -- investigar, explorar

GO ON -- durar, continuar

GO OUT -- surtir, exear; extinter se

GO WITHOUT -- carir; poslassar

GO-BETWEEN -- mediator; (pander) proxenete

GOAD -- v. picar, stimular; n. stimul, picstimul, agullion

GOAL -- scope; (sport) gol, porta

GOAT -- capre (-o, -a)

GOBBLE -- glutir, vorar

GOBLET -- cope, bocale

GOBLIN -- cobolde, elf, mal spírite

GO-CART -- pussa-carrette

GOD -- deo (-essa)

GODCHILD -- filie baptismal

GODFATHER -- compatre, patrino

GODLIKE -- deic, deo-simil, divin; majestic

GODLY -- sant

GODMOTHER -- commatre, patrina

GODSEND -- don cielari, don ínexplicat, beneficie

GOGGLES -- garda-ocules

GOITRE -- struma (-tic)

GOLD -- aure (-ifer , -in)

GOLD-DIGGER -- aure-serchator

GOLDFINCH -- cardul

GOLDFISH -- pisc aurin

GOLDSMITH -- juvelero, aure-inercante

GOLF -- (sport) ~

GOLOSH -- galoche

GONDOLA -- góndol (-ero)

GONG -- ~

GONORRHEA -- gonoréa

GOOD -- a. bon, vertuosi; apt; n. bontá, lu bon; bene. FOR ~: por sempre

GOOD, TO HOLD -- * valer

GOOD, TO MAKE -- * compensar

GOOD DEAL, A -- * mult, sat mult

GOODBYE -- adio, til revide

GOOD-FELLOWSHIP -- camaraderíe

GOOD-FOR-NOTHING -- vale-necós

GOOD FRIDAY -- * Sant Venerdí

GOOD LUCE -- * bon successe, bon chance

GOOD-NATURED -- boncordiosi

GOODS -- merces; possedage

GOODS-TRAIN -- merce-tren

GOODWILL -- bon voluntá; (of business) clientela

GOOSE -- gans(a)

GOOSEBERRY -- spincrusbere

GORE -- v. corn-vulnerar, corn-picar; n. (blood) sangue

GORGE -- ravine, defile, abisse; (anger) colere; v. satiar se

GORGEOUS -- grandiosi, magnific

GORILLA -- gorille

GORMANDIZE -- devorar avidmen, manjar preter satie

GORSE -- ulex

GORY -- sanguic, sanguin

GOSLING -- gansello

GOSPEL -- evangelie (-ic)

GOSSAMER -- fin gaze; diafanage; rete de arané

GOSSIP -- babillada, parlachada; v. babillar, linguachar

GOTHIC -- gotic; (style) ogival

GOUGE -- cav-cisel; v. exciselar

GOURD -- cucurbite; (bottle) calabasse

GOURMAND -- gloton, gurmandon

GOURMET -- epicuréo, gastronom, gurmandon

GOUT -- podagra, artrite

GOVERN -- guvernar (-ator, -ament)

GOVERNESS -- governessa

GOVERNMENT -- guvernament; regime; (provincia) guvernia

GOVERNOR -- guvernator; guvernero; (mech.) regulator

GOWN -- robe; (student's) talare

GRAB -- happar, capter

GRACE -- gracie (-osi), favore; v. honorar, favorar

GRACEFUL -- gracil

GRACIOUS -- graciosi, afabil, benevolent, clement. GOOD ~!: Dómino-Deo!

GRADATION -- graduation; gradu; órdine

GRADE -- gradu (-ar), classe (-ificar); v. assortir. DOWN~: declive

GRADIENT -- declive, rampe; (phys.) gradiente

GRADUAL -- ~

GRADUALLY -- gradualmen, poc a poc

GRADUATE -- graduar; (take degree) ganiar un gradu universitari; n. diplomato, licentiate

GRAFT -- (bot.) grefte (-ar)

GRAIN -- grane; (single grain) granul; (texture) textura, structura; v. marmorar

GRAMINIVOROUS -- herbivori

GRAMMAR -- grammatica (-al, -ico)

GRAMMAR SCHOOL -- licéo (-ano), gimnasium

GRAM(ME) -- gramm

GRAMOPHONE -- fonograf

GRANARY -- graniere

GRAND -- grandiosi, imposant, superb, magnific, solen; grand- (-due, -vizir etc.); ~ PIANO: piano caudat

GRANDCHILD -- nepote (-o, -a)

GRANDEUR -- magnificentie

GRANDFATHER -- avo, grand-patre

GRANDILOQUENCE -- pomposi parlada

GRANDIOSE -- grandiosi, imposant

GRANDNEPHEW -- pos-nevo

GRANDSON -- nepoto

GRANGE -- farmdome

GRANIFEROUS -- granifer

GRANITE -- ~

GRANT -- v. octroyar, conceder; dar, permisser; n. subvention; concession

GRANULE -- granul (-ar, -ation, -ari)

GRAPE -- vinbere; (bunch.) uve

GRAPEFRUIT -- pamplemusse

GRAPESHOT -- mitrallie

GRAPHIC -- vivid, picturesc; (science) grafic (-ica)

GRAPHITE -- grafite

GRAPHOLOGIST -- grafolog (-ie, -ic)

GRAPNEL -- grapon, croc de abordage

GRAPPLE -- v. acrocar, cramponar; (~ with) luctar ye

GRASP -- inpuniar, capter; (comprehend) capir, comprender

GRASPING -- avari, avid

GRASS -- herbe (-osi, -ari, -iera), grámine

GRASSHOPPER -- saltarelle

GRASSPLOT -- gazon

GRATE -- (fire~) foyiere; v. triturar, raspar; (jar) iritar, ofender. TO ~ THE TEETH: grinsar per li dentes

GRATEFUL -- grat, mersiosi

GRATER -- rasp, scrapette

GRATIFY -- satisfar (-atori), contentar

GRATIFYING -- injoyant, satisfant

GRATING -- n. grate, trellie; (cul.) grill

GRATIS -- gratuit, sin custa

GRATITUDE -- gratitá

GRATUITOUS -- gratuit, sin cause

GRATUITY -- gratiment; trinca-moné, bakshish

GRAVE -- a. grav (-itá), seriosi digni (mus.) bass, lent; n. tombe. ~YARD: jardin del mortes, sepultoria

GRAVEL -- gravie; (med.) gravelle. ~PIT: graviera

GRAVEN -- gravet, sculptet

GRAVING-DOCK -- sicc-dock

GRAVITATE -- gravitar (-ation)

GRAVITY -- póndere, gravitá; gravitation. CENTRE OF ~: centre de gravitation, bari centre. SPECIFIC ~: specific pesa

GRAVY -- carne-suc

GRAY -- grisi (-atri)

GRAZE -- (of cattle) pastar (se); (scrape) scrapar, grattar; tuchettar, frolar

GREASE -- n. grasse; (candle ~) sebe, densi oleo; (ointment) unguente

GREAT -- grand (-itá, -esse, -ore). GREATEST: max grand, optimal. GREAT-GRANDFATHER: atavo

GREATCOAT -- surtute, paletó

GREATLY -- mult, fortmen

GREEDY -- avari (-tá). voraci; (eager) avid

GREEN -- verdi (-atri; (unripe) ínmatur; ínexpert; n. herbiera, prate; (colour) lu verdi, verde

GREENFLY -- afise

GREENGAGE -- verdi prun

GREENGROCER -- legumero, venditor de legumes

GREENHORN -- naivon, novicio

GREENHOUSE -- tepidarium

GREET -- salutar (-ation)

GREGARIOUS -- gregari

GRENADE -- ~ (-ero)

GREY -- grisi (-atri)

GREYHOUND -- levriero

GRID -- (cul.) grill

GRIDDLE -- padelle

GRID-IRON -- grill

GRIEF -- grive, afliction

GRIEVANCE -- plende

GRIEVE -- chagrinar, grivar

GRIEVOUS -- chagrinant, vexatori, pesant

GRILL -- ~ (-ar); (meat) carne grillat

GRIM -- severi, rigorosi, austeri

GRIMACE -- grimasse (-ar)

GRIMY -- sordidissim

GRIN -- ridettachar, grinar

GRIND -- (corn) molinar; (sharpen) acutar, slifar; (grate) triturar, fricter, raspar; (teeth) grinsar

GRINDSTONE -- mol; slif-petre, slifuore

GRIP -- (handle) anse, manuette, tenette; v. prender, araffar, serrar

GRIPES -- colica

GRIPPING -- emotionant

GRISLY -- terribil, grisatri

GRIST -- grane a molinar, grane molinat

GRISTLE -- cartilágine

GRIT -- sand, gravie; corage

GROAN -- gemir (-ida)

GROCER -- spicero (-íe, -ía)

GROG -- ~

GROGGY -- chancelant, ebrie

GROIN -- inguine (-al); (arch.) angul, creste

GROOM -- stalle-servitor; sponso; v. cuidar, nettar

GROOVE -- canalette, sulca; (carp.) cannelura; v. cannelurar

GROPE -- v. palpar, palpear, tastar. TO ~ ONE'S WAY: serchar tastante li via

GROSS -- a. gross; índelicat, crud, grossieri. ~ WEIGHT: brutto; n. (twelve dozen) grosse

GROTESQUE -- grotesc

GROTTO -- grotte

GROUND -- (soil) suol, terre; (place) terren; (londer water) bass fund; (basis) base, fundament; (motive) motive, rason, cause; (background) funde; v. (~ in the elements) docer li rudimentes; (to run aground) strandar

GROUND-FLOOR -- terr-etage

GROUNDNUT -- arachide

GROUNDS -- (dregs) sediment

GROUP -- gruppe (-ar)

GROUSE -- (bird) tetrix. RUFFLED ~: tetraon; v. plendir

GROVE -- boscage

GROVEL -- repter abjectmen avan alquí

GROW -- v.n. crescer, acrescer; augmentar se; (become) devenir; (~ up) adultijar; v.a. producter, cultivar

GROWL -- v. grunir (-ida)

GROWTH -- crescentie; (bot.) crescement, crescon; progresse, production; excrescentie

GRUB 1|GRUB -- fossar, cavar, scrapar

GRUB 2|GRUB -- n. larve; verme; (food) manjage

GRUDGE -- v. a. invidiar; v. n. ne voler, far alquó contra voluntá; n. rancore (-ar)

GRUEL -- ~

GRUESOME -- horrid, horribil, macabri

GRUFF -- rauc, brusqui, abrupt, desafabil

GRUMBLE -- n. murmura (-ar), plende (-ir), grunida

GRUNT -- grunir (-ida)

GUANO -- ~

GUARANTEE -- v. garantir, dar caution; n. garantie

GUARANTOR -- garante

GUARD -- v. gardar, protecter; (mar.) watchar; (be on ~) esser in watch; n. watch (-mann), sentinelle; (keeper) gardero; (screen) scren; (mil.) guardie; (rail.) conductor; (protective device) para- (-foy, -vent etc.)

GUARDED -- a. caut, discret

GUARDIAN -- tutor (-atu), curator, protector, gardator

GUELDER ROSE -- viburne

GUERILLA -- guerrilla (-ero)

GUESS -- divinar, adivinar (-at), connecter (-ion)

GUEST -- gast. ~ HOUSE: albergo, gastería

GUFFAW -- sonori ridache

GUDGEON -- gobie

GUIDE -- v. ducter, guidar; n. guidero, conductor; (sign) signe. ~BOOK: guide libre, libre por turisme

GUILD -- corporation, guilde, confratrie

GUILE -- astutie, insidie

GUILLOTINE -- ~

GUILT -- culpa (-osi), culpabilitá

GUINEA-PIG -- cobaye

GUINEA FOWL -- numide

GUISE -- aspecte, vestage, costume. UNDER THE ~ OF RELIGION: sub li masca de religion

GUITAR -- gitarre

GULF -- abisse, golfe

GULL -- movette; v. dupar

GULLET -- gurgul, gúttur

GULLIBLE -- (facil) dupabil

GULLY -- ravine, cannel, canyonette

GULP -- v. glotir

GUM -- (adhesive) gumme (-ar), colle; (of teeth) gengive

GUMBOIL -- abscesse gengival

GUN -- fusil, musquete, cannon. GUN-BARREL: fusil-tub

GUN-CARRIAGE -- afuste

GUNPOWDER -- púlvere

GUNSHOT -- tir. OUT OF ~: preter tir-distantie, ínatingibil

GUNSMITH -- fabricante de armes

GUNWALE -- plat-bord

GURGLE -- gurgulear, gluglutar; n. gluglute

GUSH -- v. (ex)fluer; (of speech) parlar sentimentalmen o exageratmen

GUSHING -- fervorosi, efusiv

GUST -- burasca, squall (-i, -osi)

GUT -- intestine, intrallia; v. eviscerar

GUTTAPERCHA -- ~

GUTTER -- canalette; (roof) guttiere

GUTTURAL -- ~

GUY -- efigie; personache; caricatura

GUZZLE -- trincachar, trincar avidmen

GYMNASIUM -- sala gimnastic; (school) gimnasium

GYMNAST -- gimnast (-ic, -ica)

GYPSUM -- gipse

GYPSY -- cigane (-a, -o)

GYRATE -- girar (-ation, -atori), rotar

GYROSCOPE -- giroscop

GYVES -- catenas, ferres