3-letter words containing g

  • gfi — ground-fault interrupter
  • gfr — Grim File Reaper
  • gfs — Grandfather, Father, Son
  • gfx — (computing) graphics.
  • ghb — GHB is a drug with some medical uses, which some people take illegally to make them feel happy and energetic. GHB is an abbreviation for 'gamma hydroxybutyrate'.
  • ghc — (language)   1. Guarded horn clauses. 2. Glasgow Haskell Compiler.
  • ghi — Alternative spelling of ghee.
  • ghq — law: general headquarters
  • ghz — (unit)   (GHz) Billions of cycles per second. The unit of frequency used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.
  • gib — a cat, especially a male cat.
  • gic — Guaranteed Investment Certificate: a form of investment that earns interest but is guaranteed not to incur loss
  • gid — a disease of cattle and especially of sheep in which the brain or spinal cord is infested with larvae of the dog tapeworm, Multiceps multiceps, producing staggers.
  • gie — a lightweight, two-piece, usually white garment worn by barefooted martial-arts participants, consisting of loose-fitting pants and a wraparound jacket with cloth belt.
  • gif — Graphics Interchange Format
  • gig — gigabyte
  • gil — a male given name, form of Gilbert.
  • gim — (dialect, dated) neat; spruce.
  • gin — a female Aborigine.
  • gip — Informal: Sometimes Offensive. a swindle or fraud.
  • gis — Geographical Information System
  • git — British Slang. a foolish or contemptible person.
  • gju — a type of violin used in Shetland
  • gk. — of or relating to Greece, the Greeks, or their language.
  • gks — Graphical Kernel System
  • gla — Greater London Assembly, established in 2000
  • glb — greatest lower bound
  • glc — Greater London Council, abolished 1986
  • gld — guilder
  • gls — Guy Lewis Steele, Jr.
  • glu — (language)   A practical coarse grain implementation of the Lucid dataflow language for networks.
  • gmb — Grand Master Bowman; the highest standard of archer
  • gmc — Germanic
  • gmd — (company)   Full name: "GMD - Forschungszentrum Informationstechnik GmbH" (German National Research Center for Information Technology). Before April 1995, GMD stood for "Gesellschaft für Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung" - National Research Center for Computer Science, it is retained for historical reasons. Address: D-53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany.
  • gmo — genetically modified organism: an organism or microorganism whose genetic material has been altered by means of genetic engineering.
  • gms — Global Messaging System
  • gmt — Greenwich Mean Time
  • gnc — General Nursing Council
  • gnn — Global Network Navigator
  • gnp — gross national product
  • gnu — either of two stocky, oxlike antelopes of the genus Connochaetes, the silver-gray, white-bearded C. taurinus of the eastern African plain and the black, white-tailed C. gnou of central South Africa: recently near extinction, the South African gnu is now protected.
  • goa — a former Portuguese overseas territory on the W coast of India, consisting of the districts of Gôa, Daman, and Diu: annexed by India December 1961. Capital: Gôa.
  • gob — the mouth.
  • goc — General Officer Commanding(-in-Chief)
  • god — the one Supreme Being, the creator and ruler of the universe.
  • goe — Archaic spelling of go.
  • gog — a chief prince of Meshech and Tubal who came from Magog. Ezek. 38–39.
  • goi — goy.
  • gol — General Operating Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. [Sammet 1969, p.678].
  • gom — (Ireland) A foolish person.
  • gon — (US, dialectal) Alternative form of gonna.
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