Starting with GA
- gabonese republic
- gabriel lippmann
- gabriel tellez
- gabriele fallopius
Starting with GE
- geastrum coronatum
- gebang palm
- geert geerts
Starting with GH
- ghost gum
- ghost town
- ghost weed
Starting with GI
- giacomo della chiesa
- giacomo meyerbeer
- giacomo puccini
- giambattista lulli
- giambattista marini
- giambattista marino
- gian carlo menotti
- gianbattista bodoni
- giannangelo braschi
- gianni versace
- giant bamboo
- giant buttercup
- giant cane
- giant chinkapin
- giant coreopsis
- giant fern
Starting with GJ
Starting with GL
- glacier lily
- gladdon iris
- glade fern
- glade mallow
- gladys smith
Starting with GN
- gnaeus julius agricola
- gnaeus pompeius magnus
- gnaphalium sylvaticum
- gnetum gnemon
Starting with GO
- goa bean
- goa bean vine
- goal line
- goat god
- goat grass
- goat herder
- goat rue
- goat willow
Starting with GP
Starting with GR
- grace kelly
- grace patricia kelly
- gracie allen
- grad student
Starting with GS
Starting with GU
- guadalupe cypress
- guadalupe island
- guaiac wood
- guaiacum officinale
- guaiacum sanctum
- guaiacum wood
Starting with GW
Starting with GY
- gym rat
- gymnadenia conopsea
- gymnadenia odoratissima
- gymnocarpium dryopteris
- gymnocladus dioica
Nouns that Start with G
If you are looking for nouns that start with G you came to the correct place. Here is a list with some of the most interesting nouns to learn.
Nouns that start with G denoting emotions and feelings
Gladness: experiencing joy and pleasure.
– They expect to bring light and gladness into the poor kid’s life.
Gloat: malicious satisfaction.
– He knew he was the best of the race, but he didn’t gloat about it when he won.
Grudge: a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation.
– I held a grudge against my former fiance for many years.
Glumness: a gloomy ill-tempered feeling.
– You can tell her glumness by the hopeless look in her eye.
Gratitude: a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation.
– The man showed his gratitude to the family that fed and helped him.
Interesting Nouns that start with G
Gendarme: a French policeman.
– The gendarme shot the man in self-defense during their fight.
Gilding: a coating of gold or of something that looks like gold.
– The architects used gold leaves to repair the old gilding.
Gleam: an appearance of reflected light.
– You can see gleams of daylight through the wooden beams in the ceiling.
Gofer: -an employee whose duties include running errands.
– The actress needs a gofer, a driver, and a personal trainer.
Goldfield: a district where gold is mined.
-The production in the Goldfield District raised more than two thousand dollars.
Nouns that start with G referring to events
Game: a contest with rules to determine a winner. A single play of a sport or other contest.
– The Superbowl is always an excitement event and, of course, the most expected game each year.
Gentrification: the restoration of run-down urban areas by the middle class (resulting in the displacement of low-income residents).
-The government has a new project for the gentrification of downtown areas.
Gettysburg: a battle of the American Civil War (1863); the defeat of Robert E. Lee’s invading Confederate Army was a major victory for the Union.
– The History professor told his students everything about the Gettysburg battle and then assigned a report.
Godspeed: a successful journey.
– People wished the senator godspeed in his campaign.
Granicus: the battle in which Alexander won his first major victory against the Persians (334 BC).
– When the battle of Granicus was over, many cities submitted to its conqueror.
Nouns that start with G referring to famous people
Geisel: United States writer of children’s books (1904-1991).
– Theodore Seuss Geisel wrote under the name of Dr.Seuss and published 46 children books.
Gagarin: Soviet cosmonaut who in 1961 was the first person to travel in space (1934-1968).
– Yuri Gagarin was the first human to enter outer space.
Giacometti: Soviet cosmonaut who in 1961 was the first person to travel in space (1934-1968).
– Alberto Giacometti sculptures have been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in Paris.
Goddard: United States physicist who developed the first successful liquid-fueled rocket (1882-1945).
– Nasa’s Goddard Space Flight Center was named after the first rocket inventor.
George C. Scott: award-winning United States film actor (1928-1999).
– The actor Geoge C. Scott was raised by his father after his mom died.