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godless without belief in any god; atheistic.
godlike like, suitable to, or of the nature of God or a god; divine.
godly characterized by reverence and love for God and respect for the ethical teachings of scripture; pious; devout.
godmother a female godparent.
go down to decrease or descend. [5 definitions]
godparent an adult who promises at baptism to assume partial responsibility for a child, esp. to oversee his or her religious education.
God's acre a graveyard, esp. one next to a church; churchyard; cemetery.
godsend something needed or desired that comes or happens, as if sent by God.
godson a male godchild.
Godspeed good fortune and success (used as a wish to a person beginning a journey, venture, or the like).
Godthaab the capital of Greenland.
go Dutch (informal) to go on an outing, or order a meal, for which each person pays his or her own share.
Godwin Austen see "K2."
godwit any of several shorebirds having a long, slightly upturned bill.
goer one that goes. [2 definitions]
goes the present tense of go.
gofer (slang) an employee whose main function is running errands.
go for all the marbles (slang) to risk a great deal hoping for a big gain.
go for the jugular to attempt to inflict a seriously wounding or fatal blow; attempt to defeat decisively.
Gog and Magog according to the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, the two nations, personified, that Satan is to lead in battle against the kingdom of God at Armageddon.
go-getter (informal) an energetic, aggressive, enterprising person.