Go to 'thermo-' entry Go to 'dino-' entry Go to 'chondro-' entry Go to 'aero-' entry Go to '-logy' entry Go to 'thaumato-' entry Go to 'nano-' entry Go to '-sophy' entry Go to 'bucco-' entry Go to '-ism' entry Go to '-lysis' entry Go to 'galacto-' entry Go to '-anthropy' entry Go to 'pneumo-' entry Go to '-ploitation' entry Go to '-lithic' entry Go to '-sepalous' entry Go to 'onco-' entry Go to '-parous' entry Go to 'dermato-' entry Go to 'multi-' entry Go to 'dodeca-' entry Go to '-zoon' entry Go to 'vermi-' entry Go to 'crystallo-' entry Go to 'biblio-' entry Go to 'eco-' entry Go to 'juxta-' entry Go to 'facio-' entry
Affixes: the building blocks of English
Affixes: the building blocks of English

Index of letter G

galact(o)-Milk; galactose.
Gallo-France or French; French and …
galvan(o)-Electric current.
gam(o)-Marriage or union, fertilization or reproduction.
-gamyMarriage, fertilization or reproduction.
ganglio-Ganglion.
gastr(o)-The stomach; feeding.
-gateA scandal, especially a political one.
-genGeneration or creation.
geo-The Earth.
Germano-German or Germany.
geront(o)-Old age or old people.
-gerousBearing some specified thing.
-geusiaThe sense of taste.
gibi-see the entry Words for multiples.
giga-In units of measurement, a factor of one thousand million or 109. In computing, often a factor of 230 (1,073,741,824).
gigant(o)-Great size or extent.
gingiv(o)-The gums.
glacio-Glaciers.
glio-The glia.
-globinA globin compound.
-glossiaSpeech or language.
gloss(o)-The tongue; speech or language.
-glotLanguage.
glotto-See glosso-
gluco-See glyco-
glut-Gluten.
gluteo-The buttocks.
glyc(o)-Sugar.
gnath(o)-The jaw.
-gnomyKnowledge.
-gnosisKnowledge; recognition.
-gogueSee -agogue
-gonA plane figure with a specified number of straight sides.
gon-See gono-
gonado-See gono-
gonio-Angle.
-goniumOrgans of reproduction.
gon(o)-Sexual; reproductive.
-gonyProduction, genesis or origination.
-gradeA division; a method of locomotion.
Graeco-Greece; Greek and …
-gramSomething written or recorded in a particular way.
grand-The second degree of parentage or descent.
grano-Granite.
granulo-A granule.
graph(o)-Writing; the production of images.
-graphyWriting; the production of images; descriptive sciences or studies.
gravi-Weight; gravity.
great-See grand-
Greco-See Graeco-
gymn(o)-Bare or naked.
gynaeco-Female; relating to women.
-gynousHaving female characteristics.
gyro-Rotation.

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