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This is a list of elements in which the first letter is G; and the type is element.
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GĀN Chinese
Chinese character meaning "tangerine, orange".
GǍNG Chinese
Chinese character meaning "port, harbour".
GĀNG (1) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "hard, rigid, strong".
GĀNG (2) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "hill, ridge".
GANG (1) Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "path".
GANG (2) Korean
Korean reading of jiāng.
GANYMAI Ancient Greek
Greek word meaning "to be glad".
GĀO Chinese
Chinese character meaning "tall, high".
GAR Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "spear".
GARD Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "enclosure".
GARÐR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "enclosure".
GAST Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "stranger, guest".
GAUT Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Goth", referring to the tribe.
GAUTR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "Goth", referring to the Germanic tribe.
GAWIA Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "territory".
GE Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "earth, land, ground".
GEB Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "gift".
GEIRR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "spear".
GĒN Chinese
Chinese character meaning "root, foundation".
GENES Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "born".
GER Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "spear".
GERON Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "old man, elder".
GEUN Korean
Korean reading of gēn.
GI (1) Korean
Korean reading of .
GI (2) Japanese
Japanese on reading of .
GIANG Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of jiāng.
GIEFU Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gift".
GILD Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "sacrifice, value".
GIM Korean
Korean reading of jīn.
GIRDAS Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "rumour, news".
GIRI Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "mountain".
GISIL Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "pledge, hostage".
GÍSL Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "shaft (of a weapon), arrow".
GLÆD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
GLENN Ancient Irish
Old Irish word meaning "valley".
GNYEVU Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "anger".
GNÝR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "noise, grumble, murmur".
GO (1) Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "cow".
GO (2) Japanese
Japanese goon reading of .
GO (3) Korean
Korean reading of .
GOD (1) Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "god".
GOD (2) Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "good".
GOJITI Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to treat, to heal, to foster".
GONE Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "birth, offspring".
GONEUS Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "ancestor".
GŌNG (1) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "fair, equitable, public".
GŌNG (2) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "temple, shrine, palace".
GŌNG (3) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "archery bow".
GOSTI Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "guest".
GRIM Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "mask".
GRÍMR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "mask".
GRIS Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "grey".
Chinese
Chinese character meaning "past, classic, old".
GUĀN (1) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "cap, crown, headgear".
GUĀN (2) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "frontier pass, shut, relation".
GUĀNG Chinese
Chinese character meaning "light, brilliant, shine".
GUÌ (1) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "laurel, cassia, cinnamon".
GUÌ (2) Chinese
Chinese character meaning "precious, valuable".
GUK Korean
Korean reading of guó.
GUMA Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "man".
GUND Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "war".
GUNNR Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "war".
GUÓ Chinese
Chinese character meaning "country".
GUŌ Chinese
Chinese character meaning "outer city".
GUÐ Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "god".
GYEONG (1) Korean
Korean reading of jīng.
GYEONG (2) Korean
Korean reading of jǐng.
GYEONG (3) Korean
Korean reading of jìng.
GYEONG (4) Korean
Korean reading of qìng.
GYÐ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".