Spanish words starting with G:

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gThe seventh letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
GThe seventh letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
gabachaa work shirt (usually short-sleeved and not tucked in), or a smock or apron worn by people such as kindergarten children, gardeners, doctors, physiotherapists, spa workers, chefs, or housekeepers{f}
gabachoGallic, frenchified{adj}
gabachoPyrenean{adj} [geography]
gabachoa villager from the Pyrenees{m}
gabachoa Frenchman, a Frog{m} [colloquial, pejorative]
gabachoforeigner, gringo{m} [colloquial, pejorative, Mexico]
gabachoa white American{m} [colloquial, pejorative, Texas]
gabapentinagabapentin{f} [medicine]
gabarrabarge, boat{f}
gabánovercoat{m}
GabónGabon (Gabonese Republic){prop}
gabonésGabonese{adj}
gabonésGabonese{m}
GabrielGabriel (Archangel).{prop}
Gabrielmale given name{prop}
Gabrielafemale given name, feminine form of Gabriel{prop}
gacelagazelle{f}
gacetaa kind of container used in cooking{f}
gacetagazette; newspaper{f}
gachasmud{fp} [colloquial]
gachasporridge, mush (food comprising cracked or rolled grains cooked in water or milk){fp}
gachobent, crooked downwards{adj}
gachobad, mean, nasty, sleazy, raunchy, gross{adj} [Mexico]
gachupínSpaniard{m} [Mexico]
GadGad (Biblical character and tribe){prop}
gaditanoFrom Cádiz{adj}
gaditanoSomeone from Cádiz{m}
gadoliniogadolinium{m}
gafaeyeglasses{f} [chiefly in the plural]
gafaclamp{f}
gafagrapple{f}
gafapastahipster{m}
gafarto jinx{v}
gafasglasses,eyeglasses{fp}
gafespoiler, hoodoo, jinx (something or someone believed to bring bad luck){mf}
gañidoA yip, yelp, yap{m}
gañirto caw{v}
gañirto yelp{v}
gaitabagpipes{f} [musici]
gaiterobagpiper{m} [musici]
gajocutting{m} [Argentina, botany]
gajoslice or segment of a fruit{m}
gajosmall cluster of grapes{m}
gajospur of mountains{m}
gajotine{m}
gajotree branch{m}
galactosagalactose{f} [carbohydrates]
galactosaminagalactosamine{f} [organic compound]
galacturónicogalacturonic{adj}
galanamenteelegantly, gracefully{adv}
galantearto court{v}
galantearto flirt with{v}
galantearto make love with{v}
galantementegallantly{adv}
galanteríagallantry{f}
galardónaward, prize{m}
galardónreward{m}
galardonarto award{v}
galaxiagalaxy{f}
galácticogalactic{adj}
galeóngalleon{m}
galeríagallery{f}
galeríapassage{f}
galeristagallery owner{mf}
GalesWales (country){prop}
galesafeminine form of galés{f}
galgogreyhound{m}
GaliciaGalicia (region in Spain){prop}
gaélicoGaelic (relating to the Gaels or their language){adj}
galimatíasjabber{f}
GalindoSpanish surname{prop}
galiogallium{m}
gallardíagracefulness{f}
gallardíanobility{f}
gallardamentegracefully{adv}
gallardamentenobly{adv}
gallardogallant; brave{adj}
gallearto show off{v}
gallegoGalician{adj}
gallegoA Spanish person{m} [Argentina, Uruguay, pejorative, ethnic slur]
gallegoGalician{m}
gallegohablanteGalician-speaking{adj}
gallegohablanteGalician speaker{mf}
GallegosSpanish surname{prop}
galleracockfight arena{f}
gallerahenhouse for gamecocks{f}
galletacookie{f}
galletinadiminutive form of galleta{f}
galletitadiminutive form of galleta; small cookie{f}
gallinahen{f}
gallinazoturkey vulture{m}
gallinazovulture{m}
gallinerohenhouse, chicken coop{m}
gallinerokip (very untidy house or room){m}
gallineroone who treats in hens{m}
gallipavoA turkey{m}
gallobantamweight (boxing class){m} [boxing]
galloguy, dude{m} [Chile, colloquial]
galloJohn Dory (Zeus faber, a kind of fish){m}
gallorooster{m}
gallo liraThe black grouse, a type of bird{m}
gallopintoA food made of rice and beans mixed together, and fried with onions, garlic, and sometimes other herbs{m} [Nicaragua]
galángallant{adj}
galánan attractive young man, gallant{m}
galánbeau{m}
galónbraid{m}
galóngallon{m}
galónstripe, chevron{m} [military]
galoFrench{adj} [colloquial, Spain]
galoGallic{adj}
galoparto gallop{v}
galopegallop, the fastest gait of a horse{m}
galápagogiant tortoise{m} [Ecuador]
galápagoName given to several species of turtle{m}
galpónslave quarters{m} [historical, in the plural]
galpónbarn, shed{m} [Latin America]
galpónstorehouse{m} [Latin America]
galésWelsh (from or native to Wales){adj}
galésWelsh (pertaining to Wales){adj}
galésa Welshman{m}
galésthe Welsh language{prop}
galvanizacióngalvanization{f}
galvanizarto galvanize{v}
gama(female) fallow deer{f}
gamarange{f}
gambaleg{f} [Argentina]
gambashrimp{f} [Spain]
gamberrohooligan, yob, lout (troublemaker){m}
GambiaGambia{prop}
gambianoGambian{adj}
gambianoGambian{m}
gamborimbodingleberry{m} [vulgar]
gametogamete{m} [cytology]
gametocitogametocyte{m} [cytology]
gammagamma; the Greek letter Γ, γ{f}
gamofallow deer{m}
gamuzachamois (goat-antelope){f}
gamuzachamois (leather){f}
ganadesire to do something{f}
ganablewinnable{adj}
ganaderíacattle raising{f}
ganaderolivestock or cattle farmer{m}
ganadolivestock{m}
ganadorwinning{adj}
ganadorwinner{m}
ganadorafeminine form of ganador{f}
gananciaearnings{f}
gananciagain{f}
gananciaprofit{f}
ganarto position oneself, to situate oneself{vr} [Chile]
ganarto win{v} [sports]
ganarto defeat, to beat{vt}
ganarto earn{vt}
ganarto gain{vt}
ganarto reach; to attain{vt}
ganarseto earn (something) for oneself{vt}
ganchodifficult situation{m}
ganchohook, peg{m}
gancho al mentónuppercut{n} [boxing]
ganchudohooked, hooklike{adj}
gandulloafing, lazy{adj}
gandulloafer, idler{mf}
gandulearto loaf{v}
gangabargain (advantageous purchase){f}
gangagangue{f}
gangagang{f} [Puerto Rico]
gangasandgrouse (bird of the family Pteroclididae){f}
ganglioganglion{m} [anatomy]
ganglio linfáticolymph node{m} [anatomy]
gangrenagangrene{f}
gangrenosogangrenous{adj}
ganosamentedesiringly{adv} [rare]
gansostupid, slow-witted{adj}
gansogander{m}
gansogoose{m}
gansoidiot, fool (stupid or slow-witted person){m}
GanteGhent (capital city of the province of East Flanders, Belgium){prop}
garabatearto scribble{v}
garabatodoodle, scribble (small mindless sketch){m}
garabatoswearword{m}
garajegarage (car repair shop){m}
garajegarage (domestic storage for a car or motor repair facility){m}
garañónA machoman; a sexually successful and virile man{m}
garañónA camel, or horse that is a stud{m}
garañónA goat chosen to become a sire{m} [Can.]
garantíaguarantee{f}
garantirto guarantee{v}
garantizarto guarantee{v}
garbanzochickpea; garbanzo (plant, seed){m}
garbograce{m}
garbostyle{m}
garbosamentegracefully{adv}
garbosamentestylishly{adv}
garbosojaunty, airy{adj}
garbosomagnanimous, generous{adj}
GarcíaSpanish surname{prop}
garcilla bueyeraThe cattle egret. A bird{f}
gardeniagardenia{f}
gareteonly used in the idiomatic expression irse al garete{m}
garfiogaff{m}
garfiohook{m}
gargantathroat{f} [anatomy]
garganta profundadeepthroat{n}
gargarizarto gargle{v}
garraclaw, talon{f}
garraclutches{f} [figuratively]
garrafacarafe{f}
garrapatatick (parasitic arachnid){f}
garridamentebeautifully{adv}
garridamentegracefully{adv}
garrochagoad{f}
garrochapole (used in pole vault){f}
garrochistapole vaulter{mf}
garroteclub{m}
garrotegarrote{m}
garzaheron{f}
GarzaSpanish surname{prop}
garzónyoung man, boy{m}
gasgas{m}
gasachiffon{f}
gasagauze{f}
gasearto gas{v}
gaseosasoda pop (US), soda (US), pop (US), fizzy drink (UK), soft drink (Aus), lemonade (Aus){f} [Spain]
gaseosogaseous{adj}
gaseosogassy{adj}
gasificacióngasification{f}
gasificarto gasify{v}
gas lacrimógenotear gas{m}
gasómetroGasometer{m}
gas naturalnatural gas{m}
gas noblenoble gas{m}
gasoductogas pipeline{m}
gasolinapetrol / gasoline{f}
gasolinerapetrol station, or (UK) garage{f}
gastadohackneyed{adj}
gastadoused up{adj}
gastadoworn out{adj}
gastamientospending, consumption{m}
gastamientowaste{m}
gastarto spend{v}
gastocost{m}
gastrectomíagastrectomy{f} [surgery]
gastritisgastritis{f}
gastroenterólogogastroenterologist{m}
gastroenterologíagastroenterology{f}
gastronómicogastronomic, gastronomical{adj}
gastronomíagastronomy{f}
gastrostomíagastrostomy{f} [surgery]
gatacar-jack, jack{f}
gatafemale cat{f}
gateamientocrawling, creeping{m}
gatearto crawl (on hands and knees like a baby or toddler){v}
gatearto walk like a cat{v}
gateracat flap (small hinged panel cut into a door where a cat can come in){f}
gatillerogunman{m}
gatillotrigger (of a gun){m}
gatitafeminine form of gatito{f}
gatitodiminutive form of gato{m}
gatitokitten (young cat){m}
gatocat, tomcat (male or unspecified gender){m}
gatoservant{m} [Mexico]
gato atigradotabby cat{m}
gato escaldado del agua fría huyeonce bitten, twice shy{proverb}
gauchocowboy{m} [Argentina]
gaulteriateaberry{f}
gavetaA drawer{f}
gavialgavial, gharial{m}
gaviláningrown toenail{m} [Latin America]
gavilánnib of a pen{m}
gavilánsparrow hawk{m}
gavilán pescadorosprey (pandion haliaetus){m}
gaviotagull, seagull{f}
gaviota reidoraThe black-headed gull. A seabird{f}
gaviotín negroThe black tern. A seabird{m}
gaygay, homosexual{adj}
gaya homosexual person, gay person{mf}
gayoEurasian jay, jay, Garrulus glandarius{m}
GayoGaius{prop}
gazapobunny, young rabbit{m}
gazapomisprint, error{m}
gazmoñeríaprudery, sanctimony{f}
gazmoñoprudish, sanctimonious{adj}
geName of the letter g{f}
gecogecko{m}
geófagogeophagous; earth-eating{adj}
geógrafogeographer (a specialist in geography){m}
gelatinagelatine{f}
gelatinosogelatinous{adj}
gelificarseto gel{v}
gelignitagelignite{f}
geliofobiageliophobia{f}
geólogogeologist{m}
gemabud, shoot{f} [botany]
gemagem{f}
Gemafemale given name{prop}
gemacióngemmation, budding{f}
gemela(female) twin{f}
gemelotwin{adj}
gemelocalf (leg){m}
gemelocuff link, cufflink{m}
gemelomonozygotic twin{m}
gemelotwin{m}
gemelosbinocular, opera glass{mp}
geómetrageometer{mf}
gemidomoan{m}
geminacióngemination{f}
geminarto geminate{v}
gemirto groan{v}
gengene{m}
gendarmeríagendarmerie{f}
genegene{m}
genealógicogenealogical{adj}
genealogíagenealogy{f}
genealogistagenealogist{mf}
generacióngeneration{f}
generacionalgenerational{adj}
generadorgenerating{adj}
generadorgenerator{m}
generalgeneral{adj}
generalgeneral{m} [military ranks]
generalidada generalization, an unspecific, or vague statement{f}
generalidadgeneralness; non-specificness{f}
generalidadthe general mass of people; the majority{f}
generalismogeneralism{m}
generalizacióngeneralization{f}
generalizarto generalize{v}
generalmentegenerally, normally{adv}
generarTo create{v}
generarTo generate{v}
generosamentegenerously{adv}
generosidadgenerosity{f}
generosogenerous{adj}
genetistageneticist{mf}
genialingenious, genial{adj}
genialsplendid, gorgeous{adj}
genialidadingeniousness, ingenuity{f}
genialmentegenially{adv}
genialmenteingeniously{adv}
geniogenius{m}
genioglosogenioglossus{m}
geniohioideogeniohyoid{m}
genitalgenital{adj}
genitalgenital{m} [Usually plural]
genitalesgenitalia{mp}
genitivogenitive (of or pertaining to the case of possession){adj} [grammar]
genitivogenitive case{m} [grammar]
genómicagenomics{f}
genómicogenomic{adj}
-geno-gen{suffix}
-geno-genic{suffix}
güenogood, alright{adj} [slang]
genocidiogenocide{m}
genolfuttock{m} [nautical]
genomagenome (complete genetic information of an organism){m}
genovésGenovese{m}
genéricamentegenerically{adv}
genéricogeneric{adj}
gentepeople{f}
gentecillaThe proletariat{f} [pejorative]
genéticagenetics{f}
genéticamentegenetically{adv}
genéticogenetic{adj}
gentilkind, nice{adj}
gentilezakindness{f}
gentilhombregentleman{m}
gentiliciodemonym{m}
gentilmentekindly{adv}
gentualladespicable person, lowlife, rabble{f}
gentuzarabble, riffraff, the common people{f} [pejorative]
genuflexióngenuflection{f}
genuinogenuine, sincere{adj}
geo-geo-{prefix}
geobotánicageobotany{f}
geocentrismogeocentrism{m}
geocéntricogeocentric{adj}
geocronologíageochronology{f}
geodageode{f}
geodesiageodesy{f}
geodestageodesist{m}
geodésicogeodetic{adj}
geoestacionariogeostationary{adj}
geofísicogeophysical{adj}
geofísicogeophysicist{m}
geografíageography{f}
geográficamentegeographically{adv}
geográficogeographic{adj}
geológicamentegeologically{adv}
geológicogeologic{adj}
geologíageology (the study of earth and land){f}
geometríageometry (branch of mathematics){f}
geométricamentegeometrically{adv}
geométricogeometric{adj}
GeorgiaGeorgia{prop} [country]
GeorgiaGeorgia{prop} [US state]
georgianafeminine form of georgiano{f}
georgianoGeorgian (all senses){adj}
georgianoGeorgian (all senses){m}
georgianoGeorgian (language){prop}
geosminageosmin{f} [organic compound]
geotérmicogeothermal{adj}
geraniolgeraniol{m} [organic compound]
gerenciamanagement{f}
gerencialmanagerial; of or relating to management{adj}
gerentemanager{mf}
geriatrageriatrician{mf}
geriatríageriatrics{f}
gerifaltegyrfalcon, Falco rusticolus{m}
geriátricogeriatric{adj}
geriátriconursing home, rest home{m}
germaniogermanium{m}
germanizaciónGermanization{f}
germanizarto Germanize{v}
germengerm{m}
germenmicrobe, microorganism{m}
germinacióngermination{f}
germinadossprouts, seeds sprouted for the purpose of eating{mp}
germinarto germinate{v}
Germánmale given name, in Spanish speaking countries{prop}
germánicamenteGermanically{adv}
germánicoGermanic{adj}
güerohaving light skin and/or blond hair{adj} [Mexico]
güeroa person with light skin and/or blond hair{m} [Mexico]
GeronaGirona{prop}
GeronaThe letter G in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
Gershumale given name, diminutive of Germán{prop}
Gertrudisfemale given name, cognate to English Gertrude{prop}
gerundioA certain impersonal form of a verb in various languages{m} [grammar]
gerundioSpecifically, the Latin gerund{m} [grammar]
gerundioSpecifically, the Spanish verbal adverb, ending in -ando, -iendo, or -yendo{m} [grammar]
gerundivoThe Latin gerundive{m} [grammar]
gestacióngestation; pregnancy{f}
gestarto carry out (progeny){v}
gestarto develop, generate (a feeling){v}
gestarto gestate{v}
gesticulacióngesticulation{f}
gesticularto gesticulate{v}
gestiónmanagement{f}
gestiónprocess{f}
gestiónstep{f}
gestionarto manage{v}
gestionarto negotiate{v}
gestionarto prosecute{v}
gestoexpression{m}
gestogesture{m}
gestorsolicitor, attorney, barrister{m}
gestoríaan office of the gestor{f}
güeydude, guy, buddy{m} [colloquial]
güeychump, punk, idiot, jerk{m} [Mexico, colloquial slang]
gúgolA googol{m}
GhanaGhana{prop}
ghanésGhanaian (of, from, or pertaining to Ghana or the Ghanaian people){adj}
ghanésGhanaian (person){m}
gibanuisance{f} [colloquial]
gibahump{f}
gibosohumped{adj}
GibraltarGibraltar: overseas territory of the United Kingdom at the southern end of the Iberian peninsula{prop}
gibraltareñaGibraltarian{f}
gibraltareñoGibraltarian{adj}
gibraltareñoGibraltarian{m}
gigantegiant; gigantic{adj}
gigantegiant{m}
gigante azulblue giant{f}
giganteogiant, gigantic{adj}
gigante rojared giant{f}
GigantesThe baseball team, the San Francisco Giants{prop} [baseball]
gigantescogigantic, gigantesque; of a giant{adj}
gigatóngigaton{m}
gigámetrogigametre{m}
gigánticamentegigantically{adv}
gigológigolo{m}
güijaOuija{f}
güijaOuija board{f}
gilnaïve, innocent, dumb, dummy{adj} [Argentina, Chile, Uruguay]
gilístupid{adj} [colloquial, Spain]
Gilbertomale given name, cognate to English Gilbert{prop}
gilipollezasshattery, arseholery{f} [Spain, vulgar]
gimnasiagymnastics{f}
gimnasia aeróbicasport aerobics, aerobic gymnastics{f}
gimnasia artísticaartistic gymnastics{f}
gimnasia rítmicarhythmic gymnastics{f} [gymnastics]
gimnasiogymnasium (a room or building equipped for indoor sports){m}
gimnastagymnast{mf}
gimnospermogymnospermous{adj} [botany]
gimotearto whine{v}
gimoteowhine, whining{m}
ginebragin{f} [drinks]
GinebraGeneva{prop}
ginecólogafeminine form of ginecólogo{f}
ginecólogogynecologist{m}
ginecológicogynecological{adj}
ginecologíagynecology{f}
Ginésmale given name{prop}
giratour{f}
güiraGuira tree, a tropical tree of the family bignoniáceas, e.g. (Crescentia cujete){f} [Antilles]
güirathe fruit of the Guira tree{f} [Antilles]
güiragüira (percussion instrument){f} [Dominican Republic]
güirafeminine form of güiro, female kid, girl{f}
giramientoturning{m}
girarto turn{v}
girasolsunflower (flower){m}
girotour{m}
giroturn{m}
güirokid{m} [Mexico]
güirogourd{m} [South America]
güiroguiro{m} [South America, musical instruments]
girobirrotondagyrobirotunda{f} [geometry]
giroidegyrate{adj} [geometry]
gispiece of chalk{f} [education]
géisergeyser{m}
güisquiwhisky, whiskey{m}
gitanaa gypsy{f}
gitanamentefawningly, flatteringly{adv}
gitanoof or like a Gypsy{adj}
gitanoGypsy{m}
glacialfrigid, chilly, not cordial{adj} [figuratively]
glacialglacial{adj}
glacialmentecoldly{adv}
glacialmenteglacially{adv}
glaciarglacier{m}
gladiadorgladiator{m}
gladiadorafeminine form of gladiador{f}
glamorosoglamorous{adj}
glamourglamour (charm){m}
glamourosoglamorous{adj}
glamurosoglamorous{adj}
glandularglandular{adj}
glasearto glaze{v}
glaucoglaucous; having a green colour{adj}
glaucoGlaucus atlanticus, a species of sea slug{m}
glaucomaglaucoma{m}
glóbuloblood cell{m}
glóbuloglobule{m}
glúcidocarbohydrate{m} [carbohydrates]
gliadinagliadin{f} [protein]
glialglial{adj}
gáliboAn arch or similar structure used to determine the clearance of a moving vehicle (in a drive-through, a railway station, etc.){m} [transport]
glicalglycal{m} [organic compound]
glicemiaglycemia{f}
gliceraldehídoglyceraldehyde{m} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
glicerolglycerol{m} [organic compound]
glicinaglycine{f} [amino acid]
glicocólicoglycocholic{adj}
glicocolatoglycocholate{m}
glicolglycol{m} [organic compound]
glicoproteínaglycoprotein{f} [protein]
glicosilglycosyl{m} [organic compound]
glicosoaminoglicanoglycosaminoglycan{m} [carbohydrates]
glicéridoglyceride{f} [organic compound]
gélidodistant (of a person){adj}
gélidogelid, frosty (temperature){adj}
glifoglyph{m}
glifosatoglyphosate{m} [organic compound]
glioxisomaglyoxysome{m} [cytology]
glándulagland{f} [anatomy]
glándula lagrimallacrimal gland{f} [anatomy]
glándula mamariamammary gland{f} [anatomy]
glándula pinealpineal gland{f} [anatomy]
glándula pituitariapituitary gland{f}
glándula prostáticaprostate gland, prostate{f} [anatomy]
glándula salivalsalivary gland{f} [anatomy]
glándulas de SkeneSkene's gland{f} [anatomy]
glándula sebáceasebaceous gland{f} [anatomy]
globalglobal (worldwide){adj}
globalidadglobality{f}
globalizaciónglobalisation{f}
globalizarto globalize{v}
globoballoon{m}
globoglobe{m}
globo oculareyeball{m}
globularglobular{adj}
globulinaglobulin{f} [protein]
gloriaglory{f}
Gloriafemale given name{prop}
gloria de la mañanamorning glory{n}
gloriarto glorify{v}
glorietaroundabout, traffic circle (road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island){f}
glorificaciónglorification{f}
glorificarto adore{v}
glorificarto glorify, exalt, extol{v}
gloriosamentegloriously{adv}
gloriosoglorious, proud{adj}
glosarto gloss{v}
glosarioglossary{m}
glotisglottis (organ of speech){f}
glotónwolverine{m}
glotonamentegluttonously{adv}
glotonearto be gluttonous{v}
glotonearto gormandize{v}
glotoneríagluttony{f}
glúteoRelated to the buttock{adj}
glúteogluteo{m}
glucalglucal{m} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
glucemiaglycemia{f}
glucógenoglycogen{m} [carbohydrates]
glucólisisglycolysis{m} [biochemistry]
glucómetroglucometer{m}
glucémicoglycemic{adj}
glucosaglucose{f} [carbohydrates]
glucosaminaglucosamine{f} [organic compound]
glucosaminaglicanoglycosaminoglycan{m} [carbohydrates]
glucosaminoglucanoglycosaminoglycan{m} [organic compound]
glucosídicoglycosidic{adj}
glucosidasaglucosidase{f} [enzyme]
glucósidoglycoside{m} [organic compound]
glucurónicoglucuronic{adj}
glucuronatoglucuronate{m}
glucuronolactonaglucuronolactone{f} [organic compound]
gluglúgobble (the sound a turkey makes){m}
gluglúgurgle{m}
gluóngluon{m}
glutaminaglutamine{f} [amino acid]
glutaminasaglutaminase{f} [protein]
glutengluten{m} [protein]
gluteninaglutenin{f} [protein]
GómezSpanish surname{prop}
gómingbungee jumping{m}
gónadagonad{f} [anatomy]
génerogender, sex{m} [biology]
génerokind{m} [classification]
génerocloth, material (woven fabric){m} [clothing]
génerogender{m} [grammar]
génerogenre{m} [music, cinema, theatre, TV]
génerostyle{m}
génerogenus{m} [taxonomy]
género humanohumankind, mankind, humanity{m}
génesisgenesis{f}
-génesis-genesis{prefix}
gángstergangster{m}
génicogenic{adj}
gnomognome{m}
gnosticismoGnosticism{m}
GénovaGenoa{prop}
gánstergangster{m}
gobernabilidadgovernability{f}
gobernacióngovernment, governance{f}
gobernadorgovernor{m}
gobernamientogoverning, government{m}
gobernanteruling{adj}
gobernantegovernor{mf} [colloquial]
gobernanteruler, leader{mf}
gobernarto govern{v}
gobiernogovernment{m}
gobiogudgeon{m}
godoGothic{adj}
godoGoth{m}
godoSpaniard, loyalist{m} [Latin American Spanish, pejorative]
gofrewaffle (flat pastry){m}
golgoal (in football){m}
golazospectacular goal{m} [football]
goleadorgoal scorer; attacker (who scores many goals){m} [soccer]
golearto rout{v}
goletaschooner, clipper (sailing boat){f}
golfgolf{m}
golfaa tramp{f} [pejorative, Mexico, slang]
golfistagolfer{mf}
golfíndolphin{m}
golfíngangster{m}
golfodishonest{adj}
golfonasty{adj}
golfopromiscuous{adj}
golfogulf{m}
golfosluggard{m}
golfo de BengalaBay of Bengal{prop}
golfo de MéxicoGulf of Mexico (gulf between USA and Mexico){prop}
golfo PérsicoPersian Gulf{m}
golondrinaswallow (bird){f}
golosinacandy{f}
golosogreedy, gluttonous (given to excessive eating){adj}
golosoeasily aroused{adj}
golososweet-toothed, having a sweet tooth (fond of sweets){adj}
golpehit{m}
golpeknock{m}
golpeadobeaten{adj}
golpeadorkicker; hitter (someone who kicks or hits){m}
golpearto hit{v}
golpecitodiminutive form of golpe{m}
golpe de estadocoup d'état{m}
golpetearto rattle{v}
golpizabeating, bashing{f}
gomahangover (illness caused by a previous bout of heavy drinking){f} [Central America]
gomachewing gum{f}
gomacondom{f}
gomaglue{f}
gomagum (substance exuded by certain plants){f}
gomarubber band{f}
gomarubber (substance){f}
goma de borrareraser (thing used to erase or remove something written or drawn by a pen or a pencil){f}
gomaswomen’s breast{fp} [Argentina, Chile, vulgar]
gominagel, hair cream{f}
gomitajelly candy{f} [Mexico]
gomitarubber band{f}
gonadotrofinagonadotropin{f} [hormone]
gonadotropinagonadotropin{f} [hormone]
gonorreagonorrhea{f}
GonzalesSpanish surname, variant of González, from the Spanish male given name Gonzalo{prop}
Gonzalomale given name{prop}
GonzaloSpanish surname{prop}
GonzálezSpanish surname, son of Gonzalo{prop}
googlearto google (search using Google){v}
gordaA (or the) fat woman{f}
gordinflónchubby{adj} [colloquial]
gordinflónchubby, fatso (overweight person){m} [colloquial]
gorditodiminutive form of gordo{adj}
gordofat{adj}
gordoHoney{m} [affective]
gordofat man{m}
gordofeces, the act of defecation, number two{m} [informal, euphemistic]
gordoThe grand prize in a lottery{m}
gordurafatness{f}
gorgojosmall person{m} [colloquial]
gorgojogrub{m}
gorgojoweevil{m}
gorgorgurgle{m}
gorgotearto gurgle{v}
gorgoteogurgle{m}
gorilaburly{m}
gorilagorilla{m}
gorjearto chirp{v}
gorjeogurgle, gurgling (sound){m}
gorjeotweet, twirp (bird song){m}
gorracap, baseball cap{f}
gorrearto cheat (on one's spouse or partner){v}
gorrearto scrounge{v}
gorriónsparrow{m}
gorrónfreeloader{m}
gorrocap{m}
gorrohat{m}
gorronafreeloader{f}
gorronearto scrounge, sponge{v}
gosipolgossypol{m} [organic compound]
gotaa drop or small amount of{f}
gotagout{f}
gota fríaA very heavy downpour, or cloudburst{f}
gotearto drip{v}
gotemburguésFrom or native to Gothenburg, Sweden{adj}
gotemburguésPertaining to Gothenburg, Sweden{adj}
gotemburguésA resident of native of Gothenburg, Sweden{m}
goteraA gutter{f}
goteraleak (hole which lets escape a fluid){f}
goteraleak in the roof which lets water drop into the house){f}
gozadorfunloving{adj} [Latin America, informal]
gozadorsex-mad{adj} [Latin America, informal]
gozarto enjoy oneself{v}
gozojoy{m}
gozopleasure, enjoyment{m}
GRGuerrero (Mexican state){abbr}
grúacrane{f}
grúatow truck{f}
grabablerecordable{adj}
grabaciónrecording (an activity or result){f}
grabadorecorded{adj}
grabadoAn engraving{m}
grabadortape recorder{m}
grabadorarecorder{f}
grabarto record{v}
graciagood humor{f}
graciagrace{f}
graciamercy{f}
graciapunch line of a joke or story{f}
graciasexpression of thanks{fp}
graciasthank you{interj}
GraciasA colonial town in the Lempira department of Honduras{prop}
gracias a Diosthanks be to God{phrase}
gracias por su ayudathanks for your help{phrase} [polite]
gracias por tu ayudathanks for your help{phrase} [familiar]
gracias un montónthanks a lot{phrase}
Gracielafemale given name, diminutive of Gracia, cognate to Italian Graziella{prop}
graciosidadgracefulness{f}
graciosofunny{adj}
graciosograceful{adj}
graciosopleasing{adj}
graciososilly (playful; giggly){adj}
gradastep (of a staircase){f}
gradacióngradation{f}
gradadograded; having gradings or steps{adj}
gradarto harrow{v}
graderíastands, bleachers (of an amphitheater){f}
gradillatest tube holder{f}
gradodegree{m}
gradograde{m}
gradoliking, preference{m}
gradostep{m}
gradowill, wish{m}
grado Celsiusdegree Celsius{m}
grado centígradodegree Celsius{m} [colloquial]
graduableadjustable{adj}
graduacióngraduation{f}
graduadograduated{adj}
graduadograduate{m}
graduadorgraduator, gauger{m}
gradualgradual{adj}
gradualgradual{m} [Roman Catholic Church]
gradualmentegradually{adv}
graduarto calibrate, adjust (an instrument){v}
graduarto graduate{v}
-grafía-graphy{suffix}
grafenographene{m}
grafitearto graffiti{v} [colloquial]
grafiterafeminine form of grafitero{f}
grafiterograffitist{m}
grafitigraffiti{m}
grafitographite{m}
grafómanafeminine form of grafómano{f}
grafómanoOne affected with or exhibiting graphomania{m}
grafómetrographometer, semicircle (surveying instrument){m}
grafograph{m}
-grafo-graph{suffix}
-grafo-grapher{suffix}
grafomaníagraphomania{f}
grajillajackdaw{f}
Gral.Abbreviation of general{abbr}
gramagrass{f}
-grama-gram{suffix}
gramaticalgrammatical{adj}
gramaticalmentegrammatically{adv}
gramófonogramophone{m}
gramogram{m}
gramolagramophone{f}
gramolajukebox{f}
gramáticagrammar (rules for speaking and writing a language){f}
gramáticogrammatical{adj}
gramáticogrammarian{mf}
granadahand grenade{f}
granadapomegranate{f}
GranadaGranada{prop}
GranadaGrenada (caribbean country, city in Spain){prop}
granadillapassion fruit{f}
granadinoGrenadian{adj}
granadinoGrenadian{m}
granarbecome rich{v}
granarproduce or develop grains or seeds{v}
granategarnet{m}
Gran BretañaGreat Britain{prop}
grandeaged, old{adj} [about human age]
grandebig, large{adj} [after the noun or
grandegreat{adj} [before a plural noun]
grandegrandee{m}
grandezagrandeur{f}
grandilocuentegrandiloquent{adj}
grandiosogreat{adj}
grandílocuograndiloquent{adj}
grandotehuge{adj} [colloquial]
grandísimosuperlative form of grande{adj}
grandullónaugmentative form of grande: very tall (especially kids){adj}
grandulóngiant, hulk (very tall person){m}
granerobarn (farm building){m}
granerogranary{m}
granitogranite{m}
granizadoA semi-frozen soft drink, a typical summer drink, usually made with crushed ice and citric juice (the most popular being lemon juice, which is called: 'granizado de limón'){m}
granizarto hail{vi} [impersonal]
granizohailstone{m} [countable]
granizohail{m} [uncountable]
granjafarm{f}
granjearto earn{v}
granjerafeminine form of granjero{f}
granjerofarmer{m}
granoclosed comedo, blackhead{m}
granocorn{m}
granograin{m}
granokernel{m}
granopimple{m}
granoseed{m}
grano en el culopain in the bump{m} [idiomatic]
Gran PremioGrand Prix{m}
gran tiburón blancogreat white shark{m}
granujarabble, riffraff (group of rascals){f} [colloquial]
granujagrains (especially of grape){f}
granujascoundrel, rascal, yob{mf}
granulacióngranulation{f}
granulargranular{adj}
granularto granulate{v}
granulocitogranulocyte{m} [cytology, immunology]
granulomagranuloma{f} [pathology]
grapaclamp{f}
grapastaple (fastener){f}
grapastitch (medical){f}
grapadorastapler{f}
graparto staple{v}
grapoA member of GRAPO,a Spanish clandestine Maoist group aiming for the formation of a Spanish Marxist-Leninist Republican state, based on the model of Maoist China{mf}
grasafat or grease used in cooking{f}
grasanutritional fat{f}
grasientogreasy{adj}
grasogreasy, fatty{adj}
grasosofatty, greasy{adj}
gratificacióngratification{f}
gratificarto gratify{v}
gratificarto reward{v}
gratinarTo grill or toast{v}
gratisfree, without charge{adj}
gratisfree, without charge{adv}
gratitudgratitude{f}
gratograteful{adj}
gratopleasing{adj}
gratuidadThe quality of being free{f}
gratuitamentefor free, gratis{adv}
gratuitamentegratuitously; without basis or cause{adv}
gratuitofree (as in price){adj}
gratulacióncongratulation{f}
gravagravel{f}
gravarto encumber{v}
gravestressed in the penultimate syllable: paroxytone{adj} [grammar]
gravelow [sound]{adj}
graveserious, grave{adj}
gravesolemn{adj}
gravedadgravity{f} [physics]
gravedadseriousness{f}
gravidezheaviness{f}
gravidezpregnancy, gravidity{f}
gravillagravel (small fragments of rock){f}
gravimétricogravimetric{adj}
gravitacióngravitation (fundamental force of attraction){f}
gravitacionalmentegravitationally{adv}
gravitarto gravitate{v}
gravitatoriogravitational{adj}
gravitóngraviton{m}
gravosoheavy{adj}
gravosoonerous{adj}
graznarto caw{v}
graznarto squawk{v}
graznidocackle{m}
graznidocaw (the sound a crow makes) or squawk{m}
graznidocroak{m}
grácildelicate{adj}
grácilgraceful{adj}
grácilslender{adj}
greñaentanglement{f}
greñatangled mess of hair{f}
GreciaGreece{prop}
grecorromanoGreco-Roman{adj}
gredafuller's earth{f}
gregariogregarious, sociable{adj}
gregariodomestique{m} [cycling]
gregorianoGregorian{adj}
Gregoriomale given name, cognate to Gregory{prop}
greloturnip greens{m}
gremioguild{m}
gremiounion{m}
greyflock, herd{f} [obsolete, poetry]
greyflock (people served by a pastor, priest, etc., also all believers in a church or religion){f} [religion]
gráficamentegraphically{adv}
gráficographic{adj}
gárgaragargle{f}
gárgolagargoyle{f}
górgorosip, small drink{m} [Mexico]
grialgrail{m}
griegafeminine form of griego{f}
griegoGreek, Grecian (from or native to Greece){adj}
griegoGreek, Grecian (pertaining to Greece){adj}
griegoa Greek{m}
griegoAn unintelligible language{m} [colloquial, masculine]
griegothe Greek language{prop}
grietachap{f}
grietacrack, chink, crevice{f}
grifogriffin{m}
grifotap, faucet (device used to dispense liquids){m}
grillarto sing, chirp; to make noise{v} [of a cricket]
grilleteshackle{m}
grillocricket (insect){m}
gringafeminine form of gringo{f}
gringaa type of taco{f} [Mexico]
gringogringo{m} [sometimes, pejorative, Latin America]
GringolandiaGringolandia{prop}
GringotenangoDesultory nickname for Panajachel, Guatemala, due to the large number of foreign expats living and running businesses there{prop}
gripaThe flu, influenza{f} [Colombia, Mexico]
gripalflu (attributive){adj}
gripalflulike{adj}
gripeThe flu, influenza{f}
gripe aviaravian influenza{f}
gripe porcinaswine flu (influenza caused by orthomyxoviruses){f}
grisgrey, gray{adj}
grisúfiredamp{m}
grisallagrisaille{f}
grisáceograyish (somewhat gray){adj}
gritarto jeer at{v}
gritarto shout, to scream, to cry out, to call out{v}
griteríaoutcry, uproar{f}
gritoa cry, a yell, a scream{m}
GroenlandiaGreenland{prop}
groenlandésGreenlandic{adj}
groenlandésGreenlander{m}
GroningaGroningen, a city in the Netherlands{prop}
GroningaGroningen, a province of the Netherlands{prop}
grosellacurrant (fruit of bushes of the genus Ribes){f}
groseríacrudeness, rudeness{f}
groseríadiscourtesy, lack of respect{f}
groseríastupidity{f}
groseríavulgarity, curse word{f}
groseramentewith rudeness; rudely{adv}
groserorude, cheeky, fresh{adj}
grosorthickness{m}
grotescogrotesque{adj}
gárrulogarrulous{adj}
gruesagross{f}
gruesothick, fat{adj}
gruesowide{adj}
gruesomajority{m} [uncountable]
gruesowidth, breadth{m} [uncountable]
gruñidooink{m}
gruñimientogrunting{m}
gruñirto grunt{v}
grullacrane{f}
grullohaven an ashen color{adj} [Mexico, said of horses]
grumetecrew (non-officer nautical personnel){m}
grumolump{m}
gruñóngrumpy{adj}
gruñóngrumbler, grouch{m}
gruperapillion{f}
grupoguile, lie{m} [Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, colloquial]
grupogroup{m}
grupo abelianoabelian group{m}
grutagrotto{f}
grávidopregnant{adj}
gástricogastric{adj}
GTGuanajuato (Mexican state){abbr}
góticoGothic (of or relating to the Goths){adj}
góticoGothic language{m}
guíaA directory{f}
guíaA guidebook{f}
guíaA guide (person){mf}
guacalcalabash tree{m}
guacalwooden crate{m}
guacamayamacaw{f} [Central America, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela]
guacamayaCandle Bush (Senna alata){f} [Cuba, Honduras]
guacamolalternative spelling of guacamole{m} [Central America and Cuba]
guacamoleguacamole{m}
guacarearto vomit{v} [Mexico, informal]
guachacarascal{adj} [Chile, slang]
guachinangored snapper{m} [Cuba, Mexico]
guachosingle, mismatched, odd (orphaned part of a pair){adj} [Chile]
guachowild-growing (plant){adj} [Chile]
guachofatherless{adj} [Latin America]
guachoorphaned{adj} [Latin America]
guachoorphan{m}
guadañascythe{f}
guadañarTo scythe; mow{v}
GuadalajaraA city and province in Spain{prop}
GuadalajaraThe capital city of the state of Jalisco, in the center of Mexico{prop}
Guadalupefemale given name However it is sometimes used as a male name. In some cases it is a family name that is passed down to the first born whether they are male or female{prop}
GuadalupeGuadalupe (island off Baja California){prop}
GuadalupeGuadeloupe (overseas department of France){prop}
guaguaA baby, infant, or child{f} [Andean]
guaguaA bus with a fixed route{f} [Carribean, Canary islands, Spain]
guajefoolish, stupid{adj}
guajebottle gourd{mf}
guajefool, useless person, good-for-nothing{mf}
guajekid, child, kiddy{mf}
guajeLeucaena esculenta{mf}
guajirafeminine form of guajiro{f}
guajiropeasant, farmer, rural person{m} [Cuba]
guajiroWayuu{m}
guajoloteturkey (bird){m} [El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico]
gualardónObsolete form of galardón{m}
guamilfallow, bush fallow, forest fallow (cultivated land that has been abandoned to natural regrowth for at least five years; the vegetation consists of tall grasses, thorny shrubs and small trees){m}
guanacoguanaco{m}
guanajofool (moron){m} [Cuba]
guanajoturkey (bird){m} [Cuba]
guanajuatenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Guanajuato{adj}
GuanajuatoA state of Mexico{prop}
guanábanasoursop, custard apple (fruit){f}
guanábanosoursop tree{m}
guandulpigeon pea{m}
guanerorelating to guano{adj}
guaninaguanine{f} [organic compound]
guanteglove (hand-wear){m}
guanteraglove compartment, glove box{f}
guaperasspunk (good-looking man){m} [slang]
guapetónhandsome, pretty (person){adj}
guapetónAdonis (handsome man){m}
guapitodiminutive form of guapo{adj}
guapitodiminutive form of guapo{m}
guapogood-looking or handsome (unisex){adj}
guaposmart or elegant{adj}
guapoarrowroot{m}
guapísimosuperlative form of guapo, very beautiful, gorgeous{adj}
guarguar{m}
guarachearto go on a spree{v}
guaraguaored-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis){m} [Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico]
guardaendpaper{mf}
guardaguard, ward, keeper{mf}
guardabarrosfender (shield to protect a vehicle from mud){m}
guardabosqueA park ranger{m}
guardabosquesforester, ranger{m}
guardabosquesgamekeeper, game warden{m}
guardacazaA game warden{m}
guardacostascoastguard{m}
guardacostascoastguard boat{m}
guardadohoard, secret saving{vm} [Mexico]
guardaespaldasbodyguard{mf}
guardagujasswitchman, switchwoman{mf} [railway]
guardametagoalkeeper (player that protects a goal){mf}
guardamientosaving, keeping{m}
guardaparqueA park ranger{m}
guardapescagame warden{m}
guardarto clean{v}
guardarto keep{v}
guardarto order{v}
guardarto put away{v}
guardarto save{v}
guardarropawardrobe{m}
guarderíanursery school{f}
guardiacustody{f}
guardiawatch, guard duty, sentry duty{f}
guardiacustodian, warden (male){m}
guardia civilA civil guard. A military style national police force which evolved from 1844 to 1855 in Spain{m}
guardiánguardian{m}
guarecerto give shelter, protect, preserve from harm{v}
guaridaA cave, den, or thicket that an animal uses to hide{f}
guaridaA popular or recurring hideout or lair{f}
guaridamedicine, refuge{f} [archaic]
guaridaA shelter or safehouse{f}
guarismofigure, character{m}
guarismonumber, digit{m}
guarénbig rat{m} [Chile]
guarnecerto garnish{v}
guarnicióngarnish{f}
guarnicióngarrison{f}
guarrillaslag{f} [vulgar]
guarrónaugmentative form of guarro{m}
guarrofilthy, dirty{adj}
guarroobscene{adj}
guarropig (dirty, disgusting or obscene person){m} [figuratively]
guarropig{m}
guasadullness{f}
guasajoking{f}
guasóndull, boring{adj}
guasónfunny, joking{adj}
guasónjoker{m}
guatabelly, paunch{f} [colloquial, Latin America, especially Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru]
guatapadding, cotton padding{f}
GuatemalaA department of Guatemala{prop}
GuatemalaGuatemala{prop}
GuatemalaGuatemala City{prop}
guatemaltecoGuatemalan{adj}
guatemaltecoGuatemalan{m}
guatequeparty (social gathering){m} [Spain, Cuba]
guatónfat{adj} [colloquial, Latin America, especially west of the Andes]
guatónone million pesos (currency){m} [Chile]
guatónfat man, fatso{m} [colloquial, Latin America, especially west of the Andes]
guatoncitodiminutive form of guatón, a fatty, fatso{m}
guaubow wow, woof (the sound a dog makes when barking){interj}
guauexpressing astonishment or admiration{interj}
guau guaubow wow{m}
guaycool{adj} [Spain, slang]
guaycool{adv} [Spain, slang]
guayabaguava fruit{f}
guayaberaguayabera{f}
guayaboguava tree{m}
guayarto bump and grind{v}
guayarto grate{v}
guayograter{m} [Dominican Republic, Cuba, slang]
gubernamentalof, or relating to, the government; governmental{adj}
guácala(Latin America) Ew!{interj}
guácala(Latin America) Gross!{interj}
guácaravomit{f}
guepardocheetah{m}
guerrawar, warfare{f}
guerra civilA civil war{f}
guerra coreanaKorean War{f}
Guerra de las MalvinasFalklands War{prop}
guerra mundialworld war{f}
guerrearto wage war{v}
guerreraArmy jacket{f}
guerrera(female) warrior{f}
guerrerenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Guerrero{adj}
guerrerobellicose, warlike{adj}
guerrerowarrior{m}
GuerreroA state of Mexico{prop}
guerrillaguerrilla (small official or inofficial military troop){f}
guerrillaguerrilla war{f}
guerrilleroguerrilla, guerilla{adj}
guerrilleroguerrilla, guerilla{m}
guetoghetto{m}
guiarto advise, to counsel, to guide{v}
guiarto drive, to steer{v}
guiarto guide{v}
guiarto lead, to conduct{v}
guiarto show the way{v}
guiarto sprout (of plants){v}
guiarto train (plants){v}
guiñarto wink{v}
guijapebble{f}
guijarropebble (stone){m}
guijarrosopebbly{adj}
Guillerminafemale given name, cognate to English Wilhelmina{prop}
Guillermomale given name, equivalent to English as William{prop}
GuillermoSpanish surname denomination from Guillaume{prop}
guillotinaguillotine{f}
guillotinarto guillotine{v}
guiónalternative spelling of guion{m} [deprecated]
guión bajoalternative spelling of guion bajo{m}
guinchoosprey{m}
guindacherry (sour cherry, fruit of Prunus cerasus){f}
guindarto hang up{v}
guindosour cherry tree (Prunus cerasus){m}
GuineaGuinea{prop}
Guinea-BissauGuinea-Bissau{prop}
Guinea EcuatorialEquatorial Guinea{prop}
guineanoGuinean (relating to Guinea){adj}
guineanoof, from, or relating to Guinea-Bissau{adj}
guineanoGuinean (from Guinea){m}
guineanoGuinean (from Guinea-Bissau){m}
guineobanana{m}
guiñowink, blink{m}
guionhyphen, dash{m}
guionscript, scenario{m}
guion bajounderscore{m}
guionistascreenwriter{mf}
guipurguipure{m}
guiriA type of plant{mf}
guiriA Carlist{mf} [dated]
guiriA foreign tourist, normally referring to fair-skinned tourist on package holidays on the Spanish Mediterranean coast from the mid-twentieth century.{mf} [Spain]
guiripolice agent from la Guardia Civil{mf} [Spain]
guirnaldagarland{f}
guirnaldaworm (something helical, especially the thread of a screw){f}
guirnaldawreath{f}
guisamanner, habit{f}
guisadostew{m}
guisantepea{f} [Spain]
guisarto stew{v}
guisostew{m}
guitamoney{f} [Argentina, Uruguay, colloquial]
guitarraguitar{f}
guitarra acústicaacoustic guitar{f}
guitarra eléctricaelectric guitar{f}
guitarreroguitarist{m}
guitarreroguitar maker{m}
guitarristaguitarist{mf}
gulagluttony (The habit of eating in excess. Personified as one of the Seven Deadly Sins){f}
gulagourmandizing{f}
gulosagulose{f} [carbohydrates]
guímelgimel; the Hebrew letter ג{f}
gurúguru{m}
gusanoA maggot{m}
gusanoAn insect larva, such as a grub or caterpillar{m}
gusanoA worm{m}
gusanoA person who has defected from Cuba{m} [Cuba, derogatory]
gusano de sedasilkworm{m}
gustacióntasting, gustation{f}
gustarto taste{vi}
gustarto please; to be pleasing{v}
Gustavomale given name, cognate to Gustav{prop}
gustilloflavor, taste{m}
gustofancy, whim{m}
gustoliking, preference, aesthetic preference{m}
gustopleasure, enthusiasm{m}
gustotaste (flavour){m}
gustotaste (sense){m}
gustosoglad{adj}
gustosotasty, delicious{adj}
GutiérrezSpanish surname{prop}
GuyanaGuyana{prop}
guyanesafeminine form of guyanés{f}
guyanésGuyanese{adj}
guyanésGuyanese{m}
GuzmánSpanish surname{prop}