Gabhar        – Goat

Gadaí       – Thief, rascal 

Gadhar        – Dog

Gael         – Gaelic speaker

Gaelic       - Gaeilge, the Irish language

Gailseacha ciaróg – Earwig

Gainne – Scarcity, scantiness

Gáir        – News, report Gártha (Plural)

Gáire         – Laugh

Gairid – Short

Galar   – Sickness, disease

Gallóg         – Big lie

Gam        – Simpleton

Gamhain          – Calf

Gaol      - Relationship, kinship 

Gaoth         – Wind Gaoithe (Plural)

Garda         – Policeman

Gasúr          - Boy

Geal – White  

Geansaí        – Jumper

Géar  – Sharp, sour  

Gearr  – Short

Gearr (verb) – To cut, to shorten Gearrtha

Gearrán – A castrated horse

Gearrscéala – Short story

Geata         – Gate

Geonaíl          - whining, whimpering 

Gillín          - A large thing  

Giobal         – Rag Gioblacha         (Plural)

Giodar        – Haste, hurry

Giomp           – Hump

Gíoplach           – Big, ungainly person

Gíorraí         – Hare Gíorraíocha (Plural)

Giortach            – Short, stumpy

Giosadán         – Weeds 

Gláiféisc            – Silly boastful talk

Glugar           – A squelching noise, eating noisily; a greedy person Ubh ghlugar – An egg that won’t hatch

Glám         – To grab, clutch

Glan          – To clean, to clear Glanadh  - I nglaine – Clarity

Gleadhradh        - Noise, clamour, tumult 

Gleann         – Valley

 

Glic       – Cute, cleverness, crafty 

Gliomach           – Lobster, clumsy person

Gluasteán      Car

Gnóthan        - Good  material things 

Gnúsaire        - A big fattish person with a red face 

Gob         – Sticky out projection; beak

Gog        - Child’s name for an egg

Gogad          – Squat thing 

Goic        – Perky, impertinent

Goile – Stomach

Gorm         – Blue

Gorta        – Hunger, famine

Gortach – Hungry Fíor gortach – Really hungry

Gorún       – Haunch, hip

Grabhar         - Turf mould

Grá        – Love Mo sheacht grá thú

Grágaíl           – Cawing, croaking, braying, cackling, squawking

Gráinne – Grain

Gráinneog         – Hedgehog, hay stack

Gramhas       - Grimace, ugly expression 

Graobh        – The tilted edge of a constructed pile of turf

Grás – Grace Grásta

Griodeall       - An overweight person 

Gríosach        – Hot ashes, embers

Gríosaigh –  incite, agitate

Gríosín      - An urban softy, a greenhorn 

Grogaire         - A hardy looking man 

Grogán         – Small heap of footed turf

Gruaig        – Hair

Grus        – Scowl, frown  

Guagadán         – A badly made thing

Guaig         – Restless, uneasy 

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