gal
(nIII) sign, character, letter; in writing
gala
(vi/vt) to write, to put down in writing
galan
(nII) clerk
galenin ilain
language of the clerks, written language
gali
(nIIIc) script, writing system; handwriting, calligraphy; writing as a school subject
galie
in writing, on paper
galsen
(nII) page of writing, letter
galsin
(nIIc) book (object)
gam
(nIII) sound
gara
(vt) to buy
garin
(nII) seed
garina
(vi/vt) to sow; to ejaculate; (slang) to impregnate a woman
gaz
(nIII) anger; angry
gaza
(vi) to be angry
gen
(nII-III) fat, grease; ointment; greased, greasy
gena
(vt) to grease, to anoint
geren
(nII) door, gate
gol
(nIII) overwhelmed, conquered; conquest (something conquered); confused
gola
(vt) to take by force, to conquer
golan
(nII) conqueror
golyn
(nII) conquest, coup
golyna
(vt) to overwhelm
gona
(vt) to turn around, to flip (in the other direction)
gonyn
(nII) (walking) stick, crutch
gor
(nIII) stiff, sturdy, solid
gorsen
(nII) object to reinforce something, busk; bone
gorsin
(nIIc) bones, skeleton
gran
(nIII) sane, mentally sound
gray
(nIII) knowledge; knowing, in the know
graya
(vt) to know
grayin
(nIIc) trivia, snippets of knowledge; news, information
graz
(nIII) roast, grilled
graza
(vt) to roast, to grill
grazen
(nII) grill, roasting-jack, spit
grel
(nIII) clean-shaven
grela
(vt) to shave
grela, le -
(vr) to shave (oneself)
grelan
(nII) barber
grelsen
(nII) razor
grelsin
(nIIc) shaving kit
grin
(nII-III) blood
grina
(vi) to bleed
grinyn
(nII) drop of blood; ruby
gron
(nIII) order, charge
grona
(vt) to order, to charge (+ dat. + acc.: someone with something)
grun
(nIII) worry; worried
gruna
(vt) to worry (someone)
gruna, le -
(nIII) to worry (about something), to be worried
gul
(nIII) bottom (of a hole, bucket, etc.); lowest
gula
(vi) to descend; to alight
gule
down, downwards
gulie
below, at the bottom
gulsen
(nII) bottom (of a hole or object)
gulyas
(nII) valley, lowland; foot of a mountain
gulyn
fall
gulyna
(vi/vt) to fall, to come down; to drop, to let fall
guz
(nIII) oil
gyl
(nIII) writing, literature
gyla
(vi/vt) to write, to compose text
gylan
(nII) writer, author, poet
gyli
(nIIIc) literature
gylsen
(nII) text, a writing
gylsin
(nIIc) (text of a) book
gyn
(nIII) extended, spread out
gyr
(nIII) tail
gyrn
(nIII) sun
gyst
(nIII) head