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Staff G of the Old English Wordbook.

For a full list of etymological and other abbreviations used in these wordlists, see: Forshortenings.


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galder 'OE galdor' 'n' 'incantation'
galdercraft 'OE galdorcraeft' 'n' 'magic'
gave 'OE geafu' 'n' 'gift'
gavel 'OE gafol' 'n' 'tribute, tax'
geal 'OE gaélan' 'vb' 'hinder, impede'
geals 'OE gaélsa' 'n' 'luxury'
gersome 'OE gaersum' 'n' 'jewelery, riches'
geason 'OE gaéson' 'n' 'destitue, deprived, barren'
geng 'OE geng' 'n' 'companion'
glare 'OE glaer' 'n' 'amber, resin'
glasslutter ot glasshlutter 'OE glaeshlútor' 'adj' 'transparent, clear'
gleehleetherendly or gleeleetherendly 'OE glíwhléoðriendlic' 'adj' 'musical'
gleegamen 'OE glíwgamen' 'n' 'revelry'
gleestaff 'OE glíwstaef' 'n' 'melody, joy'
glender 'OE glendran' 'vb' 'devour'
glenge 'OE gleng' 'n' 'ornament'
glew OE 'gleaw' 'adj' keen, wise, prudent
glewship OE 'gleawscipe' 'n' keenness, wisdom, prudence
gneeth 'OE gnéaþ' 'adj' 'frugal'
gnide 'OE gnídan' 'vb' 'rub'
gnorn 'OE gnorn' 'adj' 'sad, depressed'
gnornhof 'OE gnornhof' 'n' 'prison, cell'
gnornword 'OE gnornword' 'n' 'lamentation'
gome 'OE guma' 'n' 'man, hero'
gope 'OE góp' 'n' 'slave, servant'
gouth 'OE gúþ' 'n' 'battle, war'
gouthboard 'OE gúþbord' 'n' 'war-shield'
gouthcare 'OE gúþcearu' 'n' 'war-trouble'
gouthcraft 'OE gúþcraeft' 'n' 'war-power'
gouthfremmend 'OE gúþfremmend' 'n' 'warrior'
gouthimoot 'OE gúþgemót' 'n' 'battle, combat'
gouthplay 'OE gúþplega' 'n' 'battle, attack'
gouthshroud 'OE gúþscrúd' 'n' 'armour'
gouthspell or gouthspel 'OE gúþspell' 'n' 'tidings of war'
grame 'OE gram' 'adj' 'angry, fierce'
gramehiedy 'OE gramhýdig' 'adj' 'hostlie, malignant'
gramemooded 'OE grammód' 'adj' 'cruel'
grorn 'OE grornian' 'vb' 'complain, mourn'
grost 'OE grost' 'n' 'cartilage'
grot 'OE grot' 'n' 'particle'
groundstathel 'OE grúndstaðelian' 'vb' 'establish firmly'
groundwall 'OE grúndweall' 'n' 'foundation'
groundway 'OE grúndwaeg' 'n' 'earth'
grure 'OE gryre' 'n' 'horror, terror'
grurewhile 'OE gryrehwíile' 'n' 'terrible time'
guiltand 'OE gyltend' 'n' 'debtor, sinner'