GigglePEDIA Every generation creates its own terms as a way of expressing themselves or the times they live in. So, as our world changes, words come and go. Below are some words that have either been lost in time, or are very seldom used. They all look and sound a bit weird, which also makes them fun!

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Glossary G  Gaberlunzie:  A beggar (Scottish).

 Gadzookery:  Use of archaic words or expressions. Example is ye, thee, dost, etc.

 Galimatias:  Stupid, meaningless talk.

 Gallinipper:  A large mosquito.

 Gammerstang:  A tall, awkward woman.

 Gamp:  A large umbrella.

 Gangrel:  A child who is just starting to walk.

 Geason:  Rare, Amazing, Extraordinary, Uncommon.

 Geoponic:  Anything that has to do with farming.

 Gilly-gaupus:  Awkward person, foolish or silly person.

 Glaikery:  Foolish conduct.

 Glaistig:  Gaelic for beautiful fairy or; just the opposite a hag in the shape of a goat.

 Gleed:  A live coal. Can also mean a beam of light.

 Gloze:  A note (comment or explanation) in the margin of a book or written document.

 Gnast:  A spark or a snuff of a candle.

 Gongoozler:  A person who sits and stares at activity on a canal. This has been now updated to mean any kind of idle person or rubbernecker.

 Gossoon:  A boy or male servant.

 Godwottery:  Use of archaic language; or... elaborate gardening. (What a difference huh?)

 Gradgrind:  One who is interested in only the cold, hard facts.

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