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Ganymede in Greek mythology, a young Trojan abducted by Zeus to be the cupbearer to the gods. [2 definitions]
gaol (chiefly British) variant of "jail."
gap a space or opening made by or as if by breaking or separating. [5 definitions]
gape to stare in surprise, awe, or wonder, esp. with the mouth open. [5 definitions]
gar any of various freshwater fish of North and Central America that have hard scales, a long thin body, and a long, toothed snout.
garage a building or part of a building designed to house cars, trucks, and the like. [3 definitions]
garage door a door for a garage, usually set on rollers in tracks that allow the door to be raised to an overhead position or lowered to close the entry.
garage sale a sale of used or unwanted things, held at a private home.
Garand rifle a semiautomatic, clip-fed rifle, which was standard issue of the U.S. Army in World War II and the Korean War; M-1.
garb clothes, esp. those characteristic of a particular profession, way of life, or the like. [3 definitions]
garbage anything that is or ought to be discarded as worthless, esp. spoiled or unwanted food; rubbish. [3 definitions]
garbage can a large, usu. cylindrical container for household rubbish.
garbanzo the chickpea.
garble to mix up, distort, or confuse (a message, translation, or the like); cause to be disordered or unintelligible. [3 definitions]
garçon (French) a waiter or male servant. [2 definitions]
garden an area of land used for cultivating plants such as flowers, vegetables, or herbs. [6 definitions]
garden apartment an apartment building or apartment set in a landscaped area.
gardener a person whose occupation is caring for outdoor plants, lawns, and the like. [2 definitions]
gardenia any of a number of shrubs or trees native to Asia, usu. grown for their large, pleasant-smelling white or yellow flowers. [2 definitions]
gardening the activity of planting or cultivating a garden.
garden-variety not out of the ordinary; typical; common.