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g abbr = gramma

gabardina n 1. [Hist.] gaberdine; 2. gabardine (= fabric “gabardine”)

gado n codfish, gade

gage [F] n wages, pay
Hence: ingagiar &

gai adj gay (= merry)
Hence: gaitate

gaio n [Ornith.] jay

gaitate n gaiety

gal- [gal-/galact-] n [occurring in compounds] gal- (= milk)
Hence: ornithogalo etc. ...

gala n gala;
habito de gala gala dress

galante adj gallant (= polite and attentive to the women)
Hence: galanteria; galantear

galantear v to court, woo

galanteria (-ía) n gallantry (= polite attention to the women)

galata (gá-) n Galatian;
epistola al galatas Epistle to the Galatians
Hence: Galatia-galatic

Galatia npr Galatia

galatic adj Galatian, Galatic

galea (-éa) n galley (1. as in “to condemn to the galleys”; 2. [Print.])
Hence: galeassa; galera &; galeon; galeota

galeassa n galleass

galeon n galleon

galeota n galiot

galera n galley (as in “to condemn to the galleys”)
Hence: galeriano

galeria (-ía) n gallery (1. covered passageway; 2. [Theat.]; 3. art museum)

galeriano n galley slave

Galicia npr Galicia (= former Austrian crownland)
Hence: galician-galiciano

galician adj Galician (= of the Austrian crownland of Galicia)

galiciano n Galician (= as in “Galician from Lwow”)

Galilea (-éa) n Galilee
Hence: galilee-galileo

galilee (-ée) adj Galilean (= of Galilee)

galileo (-éo) n Galilean

galimatias (-ías) n gibberish, jargon, galimatias

gall- see Galles

Gallecia npr Galicia (= province at the northwest corner of Spain)

gallecian adj Galician (= of Spanish province of Galicia)

galleciano n Galician, Gallegan, Gallego (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language)

galleco n Gallego, Gallegan, Galician (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language)
Hence: Gallecia-gallecian-galleciano

gallego [H] n Gallego, Gallegan, Galician (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language)

Galles (gál-) npr Wales;
Prince de Galles Prince of Wales
Hence: gallese

gallese¹ adj Welsh

gallese² n 1. Welshman, Welshwoman; 2. Welsh (language)

galletto n chicken, cockerel

Gallia npr (Gaul = the land of the Gauls)

galliarda n [Dancing] galliard

galliarde adj vigorous, hardy, hearty; lively, brisk, jolly, etc.
Hence: galliardia; galliardo; galliarda

galliardia (-ía) n vigor; liveliness, gaiety, etc.

galliardo n hefty fellow, jolly chap, blade, etc.

gallic adj Gallic (1. Gaulish; 2. French)

gallican adj [Eccl. Hist] Gallican

gallicanismo n [Eccl. Hist.] Gallicanism

gallicano n [Eccl. Hist.] Gallican

gallicismo n Gallicism

gallico n Gaulish (language)

gallina n 1. hen; 2. chicken (= domestic fowl, barnyard fowl);
gallina de India Turkey hen
Hence: gallinero; galliniera; gallinetta; gallinacee-gallinaceas; gallinicultura etc.

gallinaceas npl [Zool.] gallinaceans

gallinacee adj [Zool.] gallinaceous

gallinero n chicken farmer, poultry man

gallinetta n chicken, chick; pullet

gallinicultura n chicken breeding

galliniera n chicken coop

gallium (gál-) n [Chem.] gallium

gallo¹ n Gaul (= inhabitant of Gaul)
Hence: Gallia; gallic-gallicismo, gallican-gallicanismo; gallicano, gallico; gallium; gallomania etc.; gallophile etc.; galloroman etc.

gallo² n rooster, cock;
gallo de India Turkey cock
Hence: galletto; gallina &

gallomania (-ía) n Gallomania, Francomania

gallon [A] n gallon

gallophile adj Gallophile, Francophile
Hence: gallophilia; gallophilo

gallophilia (-ía) n Gallophilism, Francophilism

gallophilo (-ló-) n Gallophile, Francophile

gallophobe (-ló-) adj Gallophobe, Francophobe
Hence: gallophobia; gallophobo

gallophobia (-ía) n Gallophobia, Francophobia

gallophobo (-ló-) n Gallophobe, Francophobe

galloroman adj Gallo-Roman

galocha (-sha) n galosh, overshoe

galon n braid, galloon; also: [Mil.] chevron;
galones [Mil.] stripes
Hence: galonero; galonar

galonar v to braid (= to trim with braid)

galonero n braid or galloon maker

galopar v to gallop (= to go at a gallop);
phthisis galopante [Pathol.] galloping consumption
Hence: galopo

galopo n 1. gallop; 2. [Dancing] galop

galvan- see Galvani, Luigi

Galvani, Luigi npr [1737-1798; discoverer of galvanism]
Hence: galvanismo; galvanic; galvanisar-galvanisation; galvanometro etc.; galvanoplastia etc.

galvanic adj galvanic (as in “galvanic battery”)

galvanisar v to galvanize

galvanisation n galvanization

galvanismo n galvanism

galvanometro (-ó-) n galvanometer

galvanoplastia (-ía) n galvanoplastics, galvanoplasty
Hence: galvanoplastic-galvanoplastica

galvanoplastic adj galvanoplastic

galvanoplastica n galvanoplastics

gamba n [Anat.] leg;
(viola de) gamba [Mus.] (viola da) gamba
Hence: gambada &; gambiera; gambito; gambon

gambada n gambol
Hence: gambadar

gambadar v to gambol

gambiera n 1. legging; 2. jambeau (= armor for the leg)

gambito n [Chess] gambit

gambon n ham, gammon

gameta n [Biol.] gamete

gamma n I. gamma (= third letter of the Greek alphabet); II. gamut (1. [Mus.]: 2. as in “gamut of colors, emotions, etc.”);
radio gamma gamma ray
Hence: gammate; digamma etc.

gammate adj hooked (as in “hooked cross”);
cruce gammate hooked cross, gammadion, swastika

gamo- n [occurring in compounds] gamo- (= marriage)
Hence: gamomania etc.; bigame etc.; cryptogame etc.; endogame etc.; misogame etc.; monogame etc.; polygame etc.

gamomania (-ía) n [Psychol.] gamomania

Gange npr Ganges
Hence: gangetic

gangetic adj Gangetic

gangli- see ganglion

gangliforme adj gangliform

ganglioma n [Pathol.] ganglioma

ganglion (-ánglion) n ganglion
Hence: ganglionitis; ganglionar; ganglioma; gangliforme etc.

ganglionar adj ganglionary

ganglionitis (-ítis) n ganglionitis

gangrena n gangrene
Hence: gangrenose; gangrenar

gangrenar v to gangrene

gangrenose adj gangrenous

gangster [A] n gangster

ganiabile adj that can be won or gained

ganiar v 1. to win, gain; 2. to earn; 3. to win or gain over;
ganiar tempore to gain, or play for, time;
ganiar un loco to gain or reach a place

ganiator n winner, gainer

ganio n gain, profit
Hence: ganiar-ganiabile, ganiator, reganiar

garage [F] n garage
Hence: garagista

garagista (-jis-) n garagekeeper, garageman

garante n guarantor, guarantee
Hence: garantia; garantir

garantia (-ía) n guarantee, guaranty, warranty

garantir v to guarantee (1. “to guarantee the quality of”; 2. to warrant)

Garden, Alexander npr [1730-1791; American botanist]
Hence: gardenia

gardenia n gardenia

garden-party [A] n garden party

garnison [F] n garrison

garrettiera n garter;
ordine del garrettiera Order of the Garter

garretto n hollow of the knee
Hence: garrettiera

garrotar v to garrote (= to strangle with the garrote)

garrote [H] n garrote, garrotte (1. instrument used for garroting; 2. execution by means of the garrote)
Hence: garrotar

garrular v babble, prattle, chatter

garrule adj garrulous
Hence: garrulitate; garrular

garrulitate n garrulity

garson n lad, boy, young man, youth

gas n gas (= gaseous substance; specif.: gas for lighting or heating);
gas hilarante laughing gas;
gas lacrimogene tear gas
Hence: gasolina; gasose; gasificar-gasification; gasiforme etc.; gasometro etc.; gasogene etc.

gasificar v to gasify (= to make gascous)

gasification n gasification

gasiforme adj gasiform, in a gaseous state

gasogene adj gas-producing; aerating
Hence: gasogeno

gasogeno (-ó-) n gas producer

gasolina n gasoline, petrol

gaso-metro (-ó-) n gasometer

gasose adj gaseous

gastralgia (-ía) n [Med.] gastralgia

gastric adj gastric

gastritis (-ítis) n [Med.] gastritis

gastro n abdomen, belly, stomach
Hence: gastritis; gastrula; gastric; gastralgia etc.; gastroenteritis etc.; gastronome etc.; gastropode etc.; gastroenteric etc.; gastroscopio etc., gastrotomia etc.

gastroenteric adj gastroenteric

gastroenteritis (-ítis) n [Med.] gastroenteritis

gastronome (-tró) adj gastronomic
Hence: gastronomia-gastronomic; gastronomo

gastronomia (-ía) n gastronomy

gastonomic adj gastronomic

gastronomo (-tró-) n gastronome, gastronomist

gastropode (-ópode) adj gastropodous, gastropod
Hence: gastropodo

gastropodo (-ópodo) n [Zool.] gastropod, gasteropod;
gastropodos [Zool.] Gastropoda, Gasteropoda

gastroscopia (-ía) n gastroscopy

gastroscopio n [Med.] gastroscope
Hence: gastroscopia

gastrotomia (-ía) n [Surg.] gastrotomy

gastrula n [Embryol.] gastrula

gauder v to rejoice;
gauder de to enjoy
Hence: gaudio-gaudiose; gaudimento

gaudimento n enjoyment

gaudio n joy

gaudiose adj joyful, joyous

Gauss, Karl Friedrich npr [1777-1855; mathematician after whom the “gauss” is named];
logarithmos de Gauss Gaussian or Gauss’s logarithms
Hence: gauss

gauss n [Elec.] gauss

gaza n gauze

gazon n lawn (= ground covered with fine grass)

ge- n [occurring in compounds] geo- (= earth)
Hence: geode; apogee-apogeo; epigee; hypogee-hypogeo; perigee-perigeo; geographo etc.; geologo etc.; geometra etc.; georama etc.; geopolitica etc.; geocentric etc.; geodesia etc.; geogenia etc.

Gedeon npr Gideon

geisha [J] n geisha

gelar v to freeze (1. to cause to freeze; 2. to become ice)

gelatina n gelatin
Hence: gelatinose

gelatinose adj gelatinous

gelato n ice (= ice cream, sherbet, etc.)

gelatura n freezing, frost; also: chilblain

gelea (-éa) n jelly

gelo n frost (as in “night frost”)
Hence: gelar-gelea, gelatura, gelato-gelatina &, congelar &, disgelar &

gemer v to groan; to whine; to sigh; also: to coo
Hence: gemimento; gemito

gemimento n groaning, sighing; whine; also: cooing

geminar v to geminate

geminate 1. pp of geminar; 2. adj geminate

gemination n gemination

geminative n geminative

gemine adj 1. twin; 2. double, two-fold
Hence: geminar-gemination, geminative, geminate; gemino; trigemine etc.

gemino (gé-) n twin;
Geminos [Astron.] Gemini, Twins

gemito (gé-) n groan, whine

gemma n 1. gem (= precious stone, pearl, etc.); 2. [Bot.] gemma;
sal gemma rock salt
Hence: gemmula; gemmifere; gemmar-gemmation, gemmate; ingemmar

gemmar v 1. to gem, adorn with gems; 2. to gemmate, bud

gemmate 1. pp of gemmar; 2. adj gemmed, jeweled

gemmation n gemmation, budding

gemmifere adj gemmiferous

gemmula n [Bot.] gemmule

gen n [Biol.] gene

gen-¹ v [occurring in derivatives and compounds] gen- (as in “genitive,” “progenitor” etc.)
Hence: genitive &; genitor; genitura-primogenitura etc.; genite-genital, congenite, primogenite etc.; ingenue etc.; indigena; progen- &; terrigene etc.

gen-² v [occurring in derivatives and compounds] gen- (as in “genesis”, “genetic” etc.)
Hence: genese-anthropogenese etc.; palingenese etc.; genetic-biogenetic etc.; genetica; gasogene ete.; photogene etc.; vitelligene etc.; glycogene etc.; heterogene etc.; heterogenee etc.; exogene etc.; hydrogeno etc.; thallogeno etc.; ontogenia etc.

gena n [Anat.] cheek
Hence: genal

genal adj chin, genal

gendarme [F] n gendarme

genea- n [occurring in compounds] genea- (= descent)
Hence: genealogo etc.

genealogia (-ía) n genealogy (1. line of descent; 2. study of descent])

genealogic adj genealogical;
arbore genealogic genealogical tree, family tree

genealogista n genealogist

genealogo (-á-) n genealogist
Hence: genealogia-genealogista; genealogic

general¹ adj general;
in general in general
Hence: generalitate; generalisar-generalisabile, generalisation, generalisator; general²-generalato, generalissimo

general² n general

generalato n generalship (= office or tenure of a general)

generalisabile adj generalizable

generalisar v to generalize

generalisation n generalization (1. act of generalizing; 2. general inference)

generalisator n generalizer

generalissmo (-íssmo) n generalissimo

generalitate n generality (1. generalness; 2. greatest part, majority; 3. general statement)

generar v to generate (= to produce)
Hence: generation; generative; generator-turbogenerator etc.; degenerar &; ingenerar &; regenerar &

generation n generation (1. act of generating; 2. as in “three generations”);
generation spontanee spontaneous generation

generative adj generative

generator n [Mech., Elec.] generator; attrib. generating, generative

genere n 1. [Zool.; Bot.] genus; 2. kind, sort, type, etc.; 3. [Art, Lit.] genre; 4. [Gram.] gender
Hence: general &; generic; generose &; generar &

generic adj generic

generose adj I. of noble lineage, high-born; of good breed; II. generous (1. noble; 2. liberal)
Hence: generositate; ingenerose-ingenerositate

generositate n generosity (1. nobleness of mind; 2. liberality)

genese (gé-) n genesis;
Genese [Bib.] Genesis

genesis (gé-) n genesis;
Genesis [Bib.] Genesis
Hence: biogenesis etc.; palingenesis etc.

genetic adj genetic (1. of genesis; 2. of genetics)

genetica n genetics (= the science of genetics)

Geneva npr Geneva
Hence: genevese

genevese¹ adj Geneva, Genevan

genevese² n Genevan

genial adj of genius, inspired;
homine genial man of genius

genicular v to bend the knee, kneel (down)

geniculate adj geniculate (= bent abruptly at an angle)

geniculation n 1. (act of) bending the knee, kneeling (down); 2. geniculation

geniculiera n [Armor] genouillère

geniculo n knee
Hence: geniculiera; genicular-geniculation, geniculate

genio n genius (1. spirit; guardian spirit, elemental spirit, jinni, etc.; 2. innate character, disposition or aptitude; 3. man of genius)
Hence: genial-congenial &

genital adj genital

genite (gé-) adj begotten

genitival adj [Gram.] genitival

genitive adj 1. generative; 2. [Gram.] genitive, possessive
Hence: genitivo-genitival

genitivo n [Gram.] genitive

genitor n sire, begetter

genitura n 1. generation, begetting; 2. offspring

genocidio n genocide

genos [Gr.] n [Gr. Hist.] genos;
geno- geno- (1. kind, genus; 2. race; 3. offspring)
Hence: genotypo etc.; genocidio etc.

genotypo (-ó-) n genotype

Genoveva nprf Genevieve

gente n people (1. nation, national group; 2. persons, folk);
derecto del gentes law of nations
Hence: gentil &

gentiana n [Bot.] gentian
Hence: gentianacee-gentianaceas

gentianaceas npl [Bot.] Gentianaceae

gentianacee adj gentianaceous

gentil¹ adj 1. noble; 2. nice, pleasant; 3. [Ch. Hist.] gentile
Hence: gentilessa; gentilitate; gentilismo; gentilhomine etc.

gentil² n [Ch. Hist.] gentile

gentilessa n niceness, pleasantness

gentilhomine n 1. nobleman; 2. gentleman (as in “a real gentleman”)

gentilismo n [Ch. Hist.] gentilism

gentilitate n [Ch. Hist.] gentiledom

Gentius (gén-) npr [about 180 B.C.; King of Illyria who discovered the gentian according to Pliny]
Hence: gentiana &

gentleman [A] n gentleman (as in “a real gentleman”)

genu n knee
Hence: geniculo &: genuflecter etc.

Genua npr Genoa
Hence: genuese

genuese adj/n Genoese

genuflecter [flect-/-flex-] v to genuflect
Hence: genuflexion

genuflex- see genuflecter

genuflexion n genuflection, genuflexion

genuin adj genuine (1. purebred; 2. real, authentic)
Hence: genuinitate

genuinitate n genuineness

geocentric adj geocentric (= pertaining to or measured from the earth’s center)

geode n [Geol.] geode

geodesia (-ía) n geodesy
Hence: geodesic

geodesic adj geodetic

geodetic adj geodetic

geogenia (-ía) n geogeny
Hence: geogenic

geogenic adj geogenic

geognosia (-ía) n geognosy

geognosta n geognost (= one versed in geognosy)
Hence: geognostic

geognostic adj geognostic

geogonia (-ía) n geogony

geogonic adj geogonic

geographia (-ía) n geography;
geographia physic physical geography;
geographia economic economic geography;
geographia politic political geography

geographic adj geographical

geographo (-ó-) n geographer
Hence: geographia; geographic

geologia (-ía) n geology (1. science of geology; 2. geological features of a given area)

geologic adj geological

geologista n geologist

geologo (-ólogo) n geologist
Hence: geologia-geologista; geologic

geomante n geomancer, geomant
Hence: geomantia-geomantic

geomantia (-ía) n geomancy

geomantic adj geomantic

geometra (-ó-) n geometer, geometrician
Hence: geometria; geometric

geometria (-ía) n geometry;
geometria plan plane geometry

geometric adj geometric, geometrical

geophysic adj geophysical
Hence: geophysica

geophysica n geophysics

geopolitica n geopolitics

georama n georama

Georgia npr [Geog.] Georgia

georgian adj Georgian (1. pertaining to George; 2. pertaining to Georgia)

Georgio nprm George
Hence: Georgia; georgian

geotropic adj [Biol.] geotropic

geotropismo n [Biol.] geotropism

geranio n geranium

gerente n manager

gerentia n management

gerer [ger-/gest-] v to manage, administer
Hence: gerundio &; gerente-gerentia; gestion; gesto &; gesta; gestar &; congerer &; digerer &; ingerer &; suggerer &; belligerente etc.

german adj German
Hence: Germania; germanismo; germanista-germanistic, germanistica; germanium; germanisar; germano-germanic; germanophile etc.; judeogerman etc.; pangerman etc.

Germania n Germany

germanic adj Germanic

germanisar v to Germanize (= to make German)

germanismo n Germanism

germanista n Germanist (= scholar in Germanics)

germanistic adj Germanist, Germanistic

germanistica n Germanics

germanium (-má-) n [Chem.] germanium

germano n German (1. “German language”; 2. native of Germany)

germanophile adj Germanophile
Hence: germanophilo

germanophilo (-ó-) n Germanophile

germi- see germine

germicida n germicide (= substance that kills germs); attrib. germicidal
Hence: germicidal

germicidal adj germicidal

germinar v to germinate

germination n germination

germinative adj germinative

germine n germ;
germine pathogenic (disease) germ
Hence: germinar-germination, germinative; germicida etc.

geront- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] geront-, geronto- (= old man)
Hence: gerontocratia etc. ...

gerontocratia (-ía) n gerontocracy

gerundio n [Gram.] gerund
Hence: gerundive-gerundivo

gerundive adj [Gram.] gerundive, gerundial

gerundivo n [Gram.] gerundive

gest- see gerer

gesta n exploit

Gestapo [G] n Gestapo (= secret state police in Nazi Germany)

gestar v to be with child or young
Hence: gestation; gestatori

gestation n gestation

gestatori adj gestatory

gesticular v to gesticulate
Hence: gesticulation; gesticulator

gesticulation n gesticulation

gesticulator n gesticulator

gestion n management, administration

gesto n gesture
Hence: gesticular &

Gethsemani (-sé-) npr Gethsemane

geyser (géi-) n geyser

ghetto (gét-) n ghetto

ghibellin (gi-) adj [Ital. Hist.] Ghibelline
Hence: ghibellino

ghibellino (gi-) n [Ital. Hist] Ghibelline

gibbo n hump, hunch
Hence: gibbose-gibbositate

gibbose adj hunched, humped, gibbous; specif.: humpbacked, hunchbacked

gibbositate n gibbousness, gibbosity

gigante n giant; giantess; attrib. giant, gigantic
Hence: gigantesc; gigantomachia etc.

gigantesc adj gigantic

gigantomachia (-ía) n gigantomachy

gilet [F] n vest, waistcoat

gin [A] n gin (= alcoholic beverage flavored with juniper berries, etc.)

gingibre (jinjíbre) n ginger

gingiva n [Anat.] gum
Hence: gingivitis; gingival

gingival adj gingival

gingivitis (-ítis) n gingivitis

ginseng (jínséng) n ginseng

girafa (jiráfa) n giraffe

girar v to gyrate, rotate
Hence: giration; giratori; girasol etc.

girasol n [Mineral.] girasol, girasole; fire opal

giration n gyration, rotation

giratori adj gyratory, gyrating

giro [I] n [Com.] Giro

gitarra n guitar
Hence: gitarrista

gitarrista n guitarist

glacé [F] adj glacé (1. having lustre; 2. coated with icing)

glacial n glacial (1. as in “glacial phenomena”; 2. icy, ice-cold);
zona glacial Frigid Zone;
epocha glacial, periodo glacial glacial epoch or period, ice age

glaciar v to freeze, ice, glaciate

glacie n ice;
rumper le glacie to break the ice;
glacie de sucro icing, frosting
Hence: glaciero; glaciera; glacial-preglacial, postglacial; glaciar; rumpeglacie etc.

glaciera n icehouse, icebox, etc.

glaciero n glacier

glacis [F] n [Fortif.] glacis

gladiator n gladiator

gladiatori adj gladiatorial

gladiatura n gladiatorial combat

gladio n sword
Hence: gladiolo; gladiator-gladiatori; gladiatura

gladiolo (-í-) n gladiolus, gladiola

glande n acorn
Hence: glandula &; glandifere; glandiforme etc.

glandifere adj glandiferous, bearing acorns

glandiforme adj glandiform, acorn-shaped

glandula n gland
Hence: glandular; glandulose

glandular adj glandular

glandulose adj glandulous

glauc adj blue-green, sea-green, glaucous
Hence: glaucoma

glaucoma n [Pathol.] glaucoma

glissar v to slide; also: to glide, etc.

-glob- see globulo

global adj 1. global, world-wide; 2. total, aggregate, inclusive, etc.

globe-trotter [A] n globetrotter

globo n globe (1. sphere, ball; 2. earth; 3. “celestial or terrestrial globe”; 4. “globe of a lamp”);
globo del oculo eyeball
Hence: globulo-globular, globulose, hemoglobina etc.; global; globoide; globose-globositate; inglobar

globoide n globoid

globose adj spherical, globe-shaped, globose

globositate n sphericity, globosity

globular adj globular, spherical

globulo n globule;
globulos de sanguine blood corpuscles

globulose adj globular (1. composed of globules; 2. spherical)

glomere n ball (of thread, yarn, etc)
Hence: glomerulo; agglomerar &; conglomerar &

glomerulo n 1. [Bot.] glomerule; 2. [Anat.] glomerulus, glomerule

gloria n I. glory (1. praise, fame, splendor, etc.; 2. [Relig. Art] as in “Christ in glory”); II. [R.C.Ch.] Gloria (as in “the Gloria Patri”)
Hence: gloriola; gloriose-ingloriose; glorificar-glorification, glorificator; vangloria etc.

glorificar v to glorify;
glorificar se de to glory in

glorification n glorification

glorificator n glorifier

gloriola (-í-) n petty vanity

gloriose adj 1. glorious; 2. vainglorious

glossa n gloss (= explanation, rendering, etc.);
gloss- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] gloss-, glosso- (= tongue)
Hence: glossitis; glossario; glossar-glossator; glossotomia etc.

glossar v to gloss (= to explain by glosses)

glossario n glossary

glossator n glossator, writer of glosses

glossitis (-ítis) n [Pathol.] glossitis

glossotomia (-ía) n [Med.] glossotomy, excision of the tongue

glotta n [Anat., Zool.] glottis;
glott- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] glott-, glotto- (= tongue)
Hence: glottic; polyglotte etc.

glottic adj glottic, glottal

gluc- adj [occurring in derivatives] gluc- (= sweet)
Hence: glucato; glucic; glucina-glucinum; glucosa-glucosido

glucato n [Chem.] glucate

glucic adj [Chem.] glucic;
acido glucic glucic acid

glucina n [Chem.] glucina

glucinum (-ín-) n [Chem.] glucinum

glucosa n [Chem.] glucose, glycose

glucosido n glucoside

gluma n [Bot.] glume, husk
Hence: glumacee-glumaceas; glumose

glumaceas npl [Bot.] Glumaceae

glumacee adj glumaceous

glumose adj glumous, glumose

glutinar v to glue

glutine n 1. glue; 2. gluten
Hence: glutinose-glutinositate; glutinar-agglutinar &, conglutinar &

glutinose adj sticky, glutinous

glutinositate n stickiness, glutinousness

glutir v to swallow, swallow down
Hence: deglutir &; inglutir &

glutte adj gluttonous
Hence: glutton &

glutton n glutton (1. gormandizer; 2. [Zool.] wolverine)
Hence: gluttonia; gluttonisar

gluttonia (-ía) n gluttony

gluttonisar v to gluttonize, gormandize

glyc- see glycerina

glycer-¹ adj [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: glyceria; glycerina &

glycer-² see glycerina

glyceral n [Chem.] glyceral

glycerato n [Chem.] glycerate

glyceria n [Bot.] manna grass; Glyceria

glyceric adj [Chem.] glyceric

glycerido n [Chem.] glyceride

glycerina n [Chem.] glycerin
Hence: glycerato; glycerido; glycerito; glycerol; glyceryl; glyceric; glycerophosphato etc.; glyceral etc.; glycerophosphoric etc.; glycido-glycidic; glycol

glycerito n [Chem.] glycerite

glycerol n [Chem.] glycerol

glycerophosphato n [Chcm.] glycerophosphate

glycerophosphoric adj [Chem.] glycerophosphoric;
acido glycerophosphoric glycerophosphoric acid

glyceryl n [Chem.] glyceryl

glycic adj [Chem.] glycic

glycidic adj [Chem.] glycidic

glycido n [Chem.] glycide

glycina n [Chem.] glycin

glycinia n [Bot.] wistaria

glycocolla n [Chem.] glycocoll

glycogene adj [Biochem.] glycogenous, glycogenic
Hence: glycogeno-glycogenic

glycogenic adj [Biochem.] glycogenic, glycogenous

glycogeno (-ó-) n [Biochem.] glycogen

glycol n [Chem.] glycol

glycy- adj [occurring in derivatives and compounds] glycy-, glyc-, glyco- (= sweet)
Hence: glycic; glycina; glycinia; glycyrrhiza etc.; glycocolla etc.; glycogene etc.

glycyrrhiza n licorice, glycyrrhiza
Hence: glycyrrhizina

glycyrrhizina n glycyrrhizin

glyph- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] glyph- (= carving)
Hence: hieroglyphic etc. ...

-gnat- see nate

gneis [G] n gneiss

gno- [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: gnoma &; gnomone &; gnosis; gnostic &; diagno- &; progno- &; geognosia etc.; geognosta etc.

-gnobile see nobile

-gnom- see gnomone

gnoma n gnome, aphorism
Hence: gnomic; gnomologia etc.

gnomic adj gnomic, aphoristic

gnomo n gnome (= goblin)

gnomologia (-ía) n gnomology
Hence: gnomologista; gnomologic

gnomologic adj gnomologic

gnomologista n gnomologist

gnomone n gnomon (1. index rod on sundial; 2. [Geom.])
Hence: gnomonic-pathognomonic etc.; physiognomonia etc.; pathognomia etc.

gnomonic adj gnomonic

gnomonica n gnomonics (= the art of constructing sundials)

-gnoscer see nosc-

gnosis n [Metaph.] gnosis

gnostic adj 1. gnostic; 2. Gnostic
Hence: gnosticismo; agnostic &; gnostico

gnosticismo n Gnosticism

gnostico n Gnostic

gnu n gnu

goal [A] n [Sports] goal

goal-keeper [A] n [Sports] goalkeeper

golf [A] n golf;
percurso de golf golf course

golfo n gulf, bay;
currente del golfo Gulf Stream

Gomorrha npr Gomorrah, Gomorrha

-gon- see goni-

gondola (gón-) [I] n gondola
Hence: gondolero

gondolero n gondolier

gong n gong

goni- n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] gonio-, gon- (= angle)
Hence: diagonal; goniometro etc.; polygon etc.; hexagon etc.

-gonia (-ía) n [occurring in compounds] -gony (= generation, origin)
Hence: cosmogonia etc.

goniometria (-ía) n goniometry

goniometric adj goniometric

goniometro (-ó-) n goniometer
Hence: goniometria; goniometric

gonna n skirt
Hence: gonnella-subgonnella

gonnella n skirt

gono- n [occurring in compounds] gono-, gon- (= generation, offspring, semen, etc.)
Hence: gonorrhea etc.

gonorrhea (-éa) n [Pathol.] gonorrhea

gorga n throat, gullet, gorge
Hence: disgorgar &; ingorgar &

gorilla n gorilla

gothic adj Gothic (1. pertaining to the Goths; 2. [Arch., Art]; 3. [Typog.] blackletter)

gothico n Gothic (1. Gothic language; 2. [Arch., Art]; 3. [Typog.] black letter)

gotho n Goth
Hence: gothic-gothico

gourmand [F] n gourmand, epicure

gourmet [F] n gourmet, connoisseur (in food and drink)

governabile adj governable

governaculo n [Naut., Aviation] rudder

governamental adj govermental

governamento n government (1. rule, direction, control; 2. body of persons governing a State)

governante n governess

governar v 1. [Naut.] to steer; 2. to govern (= to rule, direct, control)
Hence: governaculo; governamento-governamental; governante; governabile-ingovernabile; governator

governator n governor

Graccho npr [Rom. Hist.] Gracchus

gracile adj slender, slim
Hence: gracilitate

gracilitate n slenderness, slimness

grad- [grad-/-gress-; -gred-/-gress] v [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: gradiente; aggreder &; congred- &; digreder &; egred- &; ingred- &; progreder &; regreder &; transgreder &; retrograd- &; plantigrade etc.; tardigrade etc.; saltigrade etc.

-grad [R] n [occurring in compounds] -grad (= town, city)
Hence: Leningrad etc.

gradation n 1. gradation (= gradual change); 2. [Rhet.] climax

gradiente n [Meteorol., Physiol., etc.] gradient

grado¹ n I. step, stair, rung; II. degree (1. stage, level, grade, etc.; 2. unit of measure for angles, temperature, etc.); III. [Mil., Acad. etc.] degree, rank;
a un alte grado to a high degree;
grado de comparation [Gram.] degree of comparison
Hence: gradual-gradualitate; graduar-graduation, graduator, graduate-graduato; gradation; degradar &; centigrade etc.

grado² n will, pleasure;
de bon grado willingly, with pleasure;
de mal grado unwillingly, in spite of oneself;
a grado at will
Hence: agradar-agradamento, agradabile, disagradar-disagradabile; malgrado etc.

gradu- see grado¹

gradual adj gradual

gradualitate n gradualness

graduar v to graduate (1. to mark with degrees for measuring; 2. to grade, arrange in gradations; 3. to confer an academic or professional degree upon)

graduate 1. pp of graduar; 2. adj graduate

graduation n graduation (1. gradation, arrangement in degrees or gradations; 2. division into degrees; 3. action of conferring or receiving an academic or professional degree)

graduato n graduate (1. one who has received an academic or professional degree; 2. graduated measuring cup, tube, etc.)

graduator n graduator, grader

graffar v [Hort.] to graft

graffator n [Hort.] grafter

graffo n [Hort.] graft (= shoot used in grafting)
Hence: graffar-graffator

gral n Grail;
Sancte Gral Holy Grail

gramma n gram
Hence: centigramma etc.; kilogramma etc.

-gramma [-ma/-mat-] n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] -gram
Hence: grammatic; grammatico; grammatica-grammatical; cablogramma etc; ideogramma etc.; roentgenogramma etc.; barogramma etc.; cryptogramma etc.; parallelogramma etc.; monogramma etc.; telegramma etc.

grammatic adj grammatical

grammatica n grammar

grammatical adj grammatical

grammatico n grammarian

grammophono (-ó-) n gramophone

gran- prefixo [used with nouns of kinship] grand-, great-, (as in “grandfather”, “great-aunt”)
Hence: granamita etc.; granfilio etc.; grannepta etc.; granpatre etc.

grana n seed (of plants)
Hence: granar; filigrana etc.

granamita (-ná-) n great-aunt

granar v to seed, grow to seed

granario n granary; also: barn

granata n 1. pomegranate (= fruit of the pomegranate); 2. [Mil.] grenade, shell
Hence: granatero

granatero n [Mil.] grenadier

granatifere adj garnetiferous

granato n [Mineral.] garnet
Hence: granatifere

grande¹ adj great (1. big, large, etc.; 2. as in “great man”, “great lord”, etc.);
in grande on a large scale
Hence: grandor; grandiose &; aggrandir &; grandiloquente etc; grandisone etc.

grande² n grandee

Grande Britannia npr Great Britain

grandi- see grande

grandiloquente adj grandiloquent
Hence: grandiloquentia

grandiloquentia n grandiloquence

grandinar v [Meterol.] to hail

grandine n [Meteorol.] hail
Hence: grandinar

grandiose adj grand, imposing; grandiose
Hence: grandiositate

grandiositate n grandeur

grandisone adj grandisonous, grandisonant

grandor n greatness (1. size; 2. grandeur)

granfilia n granddaughter;
granfilia secunde great-granddaughter;
granfilia tertie great-great-granddaughter

granfilio n grandson;
granfilio secunde great-grandson;
granfilio tertie great-great-grandson

graniforme adj graniform

granitic adj granitic

granito n granite
Hence: granitic; granitoide

granitoide adj granitoid, granitoidal

granivore adj granivorous
Hence: granivoro

granivoro (-í-) n granivore

granmatre n grandmother;
granmatre secunde great-grandmother;
granmatre tertie great-great-grandmother

grannepta n great-niece

grannepto n great-nephew

grano n I. grain, corn (1. seed of cereal grasses; 2. as in “grain market”, “corn exchange”, etc.); II. grain (1. as in “a grain of sand”; 2. [Meas.]); III. kernel, pit, etc. (= grainlike seed of any plant)
Hence: granario; granato &; granata &; granito &; granulo &; granose; disgranar &; graniforme etc; granivore etc; grana &

granoncle n great-uncle

granose adj grainy, granular

granpatre n grandfather;
granpatre secunde great-grandfather;
granpatre tertie great-great-grandfather

granular¹ adj granular

granular² v to granulate (as in “to granulate sugar”)

granulation n granulation

granulator n granulater, granulator

granulifere adj granuliferous

granuliforme adj granular, granuliform

granulite n [Mineral.] granulite

granulo n granule
Hence: granulite; granular¹; granulifere; granulose; granular²-granulation, granulator; granuliforme etc

granulose adj granular, granulose

graph- [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: -grapho &; graphia &; graphite &; graphic; graphico; graphica

graphia (-ía) n (system of) writing, script
Hence: paragraphia; ideographia etc; physiographia etc; orthographia etc.

graphic adj graphic (1. pertaining to writing, drawing, etc.; 2. pertaining to graphs)

graphica n graphic arts

graphico n graph

graphite n graphite
Hence: graphitic

graphitic adj graphitic

-grapho n [occurring in compounds] I. -graph (1. as in “epigraph”; 2. as in “seismograph”); II. -grapher (as in “geographer”)
Hence: autographo &; paragrapho; graphologo etc; bibliographo etc; biographo etc; mimeographo etc; phonographo etc; photographo etc.; seismographo etc; typographo etc.; calligrapho etc; cryptographo etc.; stenographo etc.; hectographo etc; monographo etc; microseismographo etc.

graphologia (-ía) n graphology (= study of handwriting)

graphologic adj graphological

graphologo (-phó-) n graphologist
Hence: graphologia; graphologic

grasse adj 1. fat (= consisting of fat); 2. fatty (= containing fat)
Hence: grassia-disgrassiar, ingrassiar; ingrassar

grassia n grease, fat

grate adj grateful, thankful
Hence: gratia &; gratitude; gratificar-gratification; ingrate-ingratitude

gratia n grace (1. gracefulness; 2. graciousness; 3. mercy, clemency); also: [Theol.];
gratias a thanks to, due or owing to;
colpo de gratia coup de grâce, finishing stroke;
render gratias a to give thanks to;
anno del gratia year of grace;
con bon (mal) gratia with a good (bad) grace;
cader del gratia de to fall out of grace with;
facer gratia a un persona de to spare someone something;
Gratia Grace;
gratias! (I) thank you! thanks!
Hence: gratiose-gratiositate, ingratiose, malgratiose etc.; gratiar-gratiabile; disgratia &; ingratiar; regratiar

gratiabile adj pardonable

gratiar v 1. to pardon (a criminal); 2. to grace

gratificar v 1. to give a gratuity to; 2. to gratify

gratification n 1. gratuity; 2. gratification

gratin [F] n [Cooking] gratin;
al gratin au gratin

gratiose adj 1. graceful; 2. gracious

gratiositate n graciousness

gratis (grá-) [L] adv gratis, free (of charge)

gratitude n gratitude

grattacelo n skyscraper

grattamento n scratching, scraping

grattar v to scratch, scrape
Hence: grattamento; grattator; grattacelo etc.

grattator n scratcher, scraper (= one who scratches, scrapes)

gratuite (-ú-) adj gratuitous (1. gratis, free; 2. uncalled for, unwarranted)

gratular v to express joy at (someone’s good fortune), congratulate
Hence: gratulation; gratulatori; congratular &

gratulation n good wishes, congratulation

gratulatori adj congratulatory;
littera gratulatori letter of congratulation or good wishes

gravamine n grievance, gravamen

gravar¹ v to engrave
Hence: gravator

gravar² v to burden, encumber

gravator n engraver

grave adj I. heavy; II. grave (1. solemn, important; 2. low-pitched, deep);
accento grave [Gram.] grave accent
Hence: gravitate &; gravide &; gravar-gravamine, aggravar &

gravide adj pregnant (= with child, gravid)
Hence: graviditate

graviditate n pregnancy, gravidity

gravit- see gravitate

gravitar v [Phys.] to gravitate

gravitate n gravity (1. [Phys.]; 2. seriousness, importance; 3. lowness of pitch);
gravitate specific specific gravity;
centro de gravitate center of gravity
Hence: gravitar-gravitation

gravitation n [Phys.] gravitation

gravure [F] n engraving, gravure (1. art of engraving; 2. print made from an engraved plate)
Hence: photogravure etc.; rotogravure etc.

grec adj Greek, Grecian;
i grec (the letter) y

greca n [Art] Greek fret, key pattern, meander

Grecia n Greece

grecisar v to Grecize, Hellenize

grecismo n Grecism, Hellenism (1. Grecian quality; 2. Greek idiom)

greco n Greck (1. Greek language; 2. inhabitant of Greece)
Hence: Grecia; grec-grecismo, grecisar, grecoroman etc., greco, greca

grecoroman adj Greco-Roman, Graeco-Roman

-gred- see grad-

-greder see grad-

gregar v to (collect into a) flock or herd

gregari adj 1. gregarious (= tending to flock or herd together); 2. belonging to the common herd

grege n flock, herd, drove, etc.; also: troop, band, crowd, etc.
Hence: gregari; gregar; aggregar &; congregar &; disgregar &; segregar &; egregie

gremial n [Eccl.] gremial

gremio n lap; also: bosom
Hence: gremial

grenadier [F] n [Mil.] grenadier

grenadina n grenadine (= sirup of pomegranates)

grillia n I. grate (1. grating; 2. frame of iron bars holding a fire); II. grill, gridiron; III. [Elec.] grid
Hence: grilliar-grilliada, grilliage

grilliada n 1. (action of) grilling; 2. grilled food

grilliage (-aje) n grating, lattice work; also: wire netting, etc.

grilliar v to grill

grillo n [Entom.] cricket

grimassar v to grimace, make (wry) faces

grimasse [F] n grimace, (wry) face
Hence: grimassar

grippe [F] n [Pathol.] grippe

gris adj/n gray, grey
Hence: grisalia

grisalia n grisaille

grisette [F] n grisette (= French girl of the working class)

grizzly [A] n grizzly (bear)

groenland- see Groenlandia

groenlandese¹ adj Greenland, Greenlandic

groenlandese² n Greenlander

Groenlandia npr Greenland
Hence: groenlandese

grog [A] n grog

groom [A] n groom (= manservant; specif.: stableman, stableboy)

grossa n gross (= unit consisting of twelve dozen)

grosse adj big, bulky, etc.;
mar grosse heavy sea
Hence: grossier; grosseria; grosso; grossa

grosseria (-ía) n coarseness, rudeness

grossier adj coarse (1. not fine; 2. rude, not refined)

grosso n bulk (= main mass);
le grosso del armea the main body of the army;
in grosso at wholesale

grossula n gooseberry
Hence: grossular

grossular adj gooseberry, grossular

grotta n grotto
Hence: grottesc &

grottesc adj grotesque
Hence: grottesco

grottesco n grotesque;
grottescos [Art] grotesques

grue n crane (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Mech.])

grumo n 1. clot; 2. lump
Hence: grumose

grumose adj 1. clotted; 2. lumpy

grunnimento n (action of) grunting, grunt

grunnir v to grunt
Hence: grunnimento; grunnitor

grunnitor n grunter (= one who or that which grunts)

gruppamento n 1. (act of) grouping; 2. group

gruppar v to group

gruppo n group
Hence: gruppar-gruppamento; aggruppar-aggruppamento

grypho n 1. [Gr. Mythol.] griffin; 2. griffon vulture
Hence: hippogrypho etc.

guai interj woe

guano n guano

guantar v to glove;
guantar se to put on one’s gloves

guanteria (-ía) n glove shop

guantero n glovemaker, glover

guanto n glove;
jectar le guanto to throw down the gauntlet
Hence: guantero; guanteria, guantar

guarda n guard (1. action of guarding; 2. one who guards; 3. group or body of guards; 4. as in “mudguard”, “guard of a sword”, etc.);
(folio de) guarda flyleaf

guardacostas n 1. coast guard(sman); 2. revenue cutter

guardafango n fender, mudguard

guardafoco n fender, fireguard

guardar v 1. to guard (= to defend, protect); 2. to keep (= not to let go of);
guardar se de un cosa to beware of something
Hence: guarda-guardiano, retroguarda, vanguarda, salveguarda etc.; guardator; reguardar &; guardacostas etc.; guardafango etc.

guardaroba n wardrobe (= room, closet or cupboard for holding clothes)

guardator n guardian, guard

guardiano n guardian, guard

guarita n 1. watchtower; 2. sentry box

guarnimento n (action of) trimming, decorating, garnishing

guarnir v to trim, decorate, garnish;
guarnir de to provide, supply, with
Hence: guarnimento; guarnition; guarnitura

guarnition n 1. trimming, garniture; 2. garrison

guarnitura n trimming, garniture

guastar v 1. to spoil, damage; 2. to waste, squander
Hence: guastator

guastator n 1. spoiler (of material, etc.); 2. waster, squanderer

guelfe adj [Hist.] Guelph
Hence: guelfo

guelfo n [Hist.] Guelph

guerra n war; also: warfare;
facer (le) guerra to wage or make war;
guerra frigide cold war
Hence: guerrero; guerrier; guerrear-guerreator; aguerrir &

guerrear v to war, make or wage war

guerreator n warrior

guerrero n warrior

guerrier adj warlike, martial

guerrilla [H] n 1. guerrilla warfare; 2. band or troup of guerrillas
Hence: guerrillero

guerrillero (-lyéro) n guerrilla, partisan

guida n guide (1. one who guides; 2. guidebook; 3. instrument or part of an instrument, a machine, etc., that controls a movement)
Hence: guidar

guidar v 1. to guide; 2. to drive (horses, a car, etc.)

Guillotin, Joseph Ignace npr [1738-1814; French physician]
Hence: guillotina-guillotinar-guillotinada, guillotinamento

guillotina (gi-) n guillotine

guillotinada (gi-) n mass guillotining

guillotinamento (gi-) n (act of) guillotining

guillotinar (gi-) v to guillotine

Guinea (ginéa) npr Guinea;
Golfo de Guinea Gulf of Guinea;
guinea [Monet.] guinea
Hence: Nove Guinea etc.

guirlanda (gir-) n garland
Hence: guirlandar; inguirlandar

guirlandar (gir-) v to festoon, garland

guisa n way, manner, wise
Hence: disguisar &

guitarra (gi-) n guitar
Hence: guitarrista

guitarrista (gi-) n guitarist

gulash (gú-) n goulash

gulf stream [A] n Gulf Stream

gumma n [Bot.] gum;
gumma arabic gum arabic;
gumma elastic (India) rubber, caoutchouc; also: eraser;
gumma resina gum resin;
gumma ammoniac gum ammoniac
Hence: gummiero; gummifere; gummose-gummositate; gummar, ingummar

gummar v to gum (= to treat, smear, etc., with gum)

gummiero n rubber tree

gummifere adj gummiferous

gummose adj gummous

gummositate n gummosity

gurgite (gúr-) n 1. abyss, whirlpool, gulf; 2. gullet, throat
Hence: ingurgitar &; regurgitar &

gurguliar v to gurgle

gustabile adj 1. tastable; 2. tasty (= having a pleasant taste)

gustar v 1. to taste (= to perceive by the sense of taste); 2. to enjoy, relish
Hence: gustabile; gustation; gustative

gustation n gustation, tasting

gustative adj gustative

gusto n taste (1. sense of taste; 2. flavor; 3. as in “to have a taste for”);
in le gusto de Vermeer in the manner of Vermeer;
de bon, mal gusto in good, bad taste;
prender gusto a (un cosa) to develop a taste for (something);
haber gusto pro to have a taste for
Hence: gustose; gustar &; degustar &; disgustar &

gustose adj tasty, savory

gutta¹ n I. drop (1. as in “a drop of rain”; 2. [Arch.] gutta); II. [Pathol.] gout;
gutta seren [Pathol.] amaurosis, gutta serena
Hence: guttiera; guttose; guttar

gutta² n [Chem.] gutta
Hence: guttifere-guttiferas; guttapercha etc.

guttapercha (-sha) n gutta-percha

guttar v to drip (as in “the tap is dripping”)

guttiera n gutter (“gutter at the eaves”)

guttiferas (-í-) npl [Bot.] Guttiferae

guttifere adj [Bot.] guttiferous

guttose adj gouty

guttural adj guttural

gutturalisar v to gutturalize

gutturalisation n gutturalization

gutture n throat, gullet
Hence: guttural-gutturalisar-gutturalisation

gymn- adj [oocurring in derivatives and compounds]
Hence: gymnic; gymnoto etc.; gymnosophista etc.; gymnosperme etc.

gymnas- [occurring in derivatives]
Hence: gymnasio &; gymnasta &

gymnasiarcha n [Gr. Antiq.] gymnasiarch

gymnasio n gymnasium (1. hall for gymnastic practice; 2. Gymnasium)
Hence: gymnasiarcha etc.

gymnasta n gymnast
Hence: gymnastic; gymnastica

gymnastic adj gymnastic, gymnastical

gymnastica n gymnastics

gymnic adj gymnastic

gymnoblaste adj [Zool.] gymnoblastic

gymnosophista n gymnosophist

gymnospermas npl [Bot.] gymospermae, gymnosperms

gymnosperme adj [Bot.] gymnospermous

gymnospore (-nó-) adj [Bot.] gymnosporous

gymnoto n [Zool.] gymnotus, electric eel

-gyn- see gyneco-

gyn- n [occurring in compounds] gyn-, gyno- (= pistil, ovary)
Hence: gynobase etc.; gynophoro etc.

gynandre adj gynandrous
Hence: gynandro

gynandro n [Bot.] gynander (= member of the class Gynandria)

gyneceo (-éo) n [Gr. and Rom. Antiq.] gynaeceum

gyneco- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] gyneco- (= woman)
Hence: gyneceo; gynecocratia etc.; gynecologo etc.; gynandre etc.; androgyne etc.; misogyne etc.

gynecocratia (-ía) n gynecocracy

gynecocratic adj gynecocratic, gynecocratical

gynecologia (-ía) n gynecology

gynecologic adj gynecologic

gynecologista n gynecologist

gynecologo (-có-) n gynecologist
Hence: gynecologia-gynecologista; gynecologic

gynobase n [Bot.] gynobase

gynophoro (-nó-) n [Bot.] gynophore

gypsero n 1. gypsum worker, dealer, etc.; 2. plasterer (= worker, dealer, etc., in plaster of Paris)

gypsiera n gypsum deposit or pit

gypsifere adj [Mineral.] gypsiferous

gypso n 1. [Mineral.] gypsum; 2. plaster (of Paris)
Hence: gypsero; gypsiera; gypsose; gypsifere; ingypsar

gypsose adj [Mineral.] gypsum, gypseous

gyro n 1. circle, turn (= circular course); gyre; 2. [Anat.] gyrus
Hence: autogyro; gyrometro etc.; gyroscopio etc.; gyrostato etc.; levogyr etc.; sinistrogyr etc.

gyrometro (-ró-) n gyrometer

gyroscopic adj gyroscopic

gyroscopio n gyroscope
Hence: gyroscopic

gyrostatic adj gyrostatic

gyrostato (-ró-) n gyrostat
Hence: gyrostatic

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