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How To Spell G?

Correct spelling: G

Definition of G:

  1. a purine base found in DNA and RNA; pairs with cytosine

List of misspellings for G:

  • 8x10,
  • 10g,
  • 12h,
  • ig,
  • gr,
  • ghj,
  • h20,
  • ga,
  • 50k,
  • gd,
  • z100,
  • 15k,
  • y,
  • fg,
  • x10,
  • x4,
  • gl,
  • kkkkkkkk,
  • 1099c,
  • 2q12,
  • l8,
  • 20mg,
  • 1k,
  • 10x12,
  • 7k,
  • x12,
  • 24x7,
  • tg,
  • 20k,
  • lg,
  • 500kw,
  • q2,
  • wgu,
  • 201l,
  • 30mg,
  • 1000mg,
  • gv,
  • 35w,
  • gh,
  • gi,
  • 155k,
  • 10mg,
  • w,
  • 100mg,
  • 6x,
  • 2gb,
  • 240v,
  • 417k,
  • k2,
  • ug,
  • gt,
  • 3k,
  • 20l,
  • 32gb,
  • 7g76h8yh8,
  • 15h,
  • gf,
  • k12,
  • 50mg,
  • 13x,
  • 8gb,
  • rg,
  • 80k,
  • 5x,
  • 22k,
  • fgh,
  • 5mg,
  • 20x40,
  • g9,
  • 48h,
  • 20h,
  • gp,
  • 14k,
  • og,
  • 3g,
  • 75k,
  • 13k,
  • g8,
  • j,
  • 5k,
  • x2,
  • pg,
  • 8h,
  • ag,
  • f,
  • 50kg,
  • 24x,
  • 26kg,
  • g's,
  • 25k,
  • 2x,
  • l,
  • x8,
  • 10h,
  • z,
  • x26,
  • 4kg,
  • 9h,
  • sg,
  • x19.

What does the abbreviation G mean?


Related words for G

Burhan G


Danish singer

Burhan Genç Koç, known as Burhan G, is a Danish R&B and pop singer, songwriter and producer. He has released three albums including Burhan G in 2010 and Din for evigt, both certified platinum in Denmark.

G-Force Technologies



G-Force Technologies was an American racing car manufacturer originally formed by Americans Chip Ganassi and Ken Anderson in 1991. Ganassi would leave the company early on and the company was renamed G Force Precision Engineering. The company built successful cars in the Indy Racing League and 24 Hours of Le Mans. G-Force race cars won 4 Indianapolis 500's, and 2 IRL Championships.

G. Aravindan


Film director

Govindan Aravindan, popularly known as G. Aravindan, was a film director, screenwriter, musician, cartoonist and painter from Kerala, India.

Gina G


Australian singer

Gina G is an Australian singer who represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo 1996, with the song "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit", which reached #1 in the UK singles chart. The song remains the last UK Eurovision entry to top the UK charts. The song also reached the US top 20 and earned Gina G a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording. Her other UK Top 30 hits are "I Belong to You", "Fresh", "Ti Amo" and "Gimme Some Love".

Richard G. Scott


American scientist

Richard Gordon Scott was an American scientist and religious leader who served as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Scott was born in Idaho in 1928 and grew up in Washington, D.C.

Google Ngram Viewer results for G:

This graph shows how "G" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for G:

  1. In less than half a dozen hours after the Blaisdells knew that Mr. John Smith was Stanley G Fulton, Hillerton would know it. – Oh, Money! Money! by Eleanor Hodgman Porter
  2. " She's no g ghost," stammered little Peter Wingfield. – The Passionate Elopement by Compton Mackenzie
  3. It's rustlers, by G d! – Hopalong Cassidy by Clarence E. Mulford

Quotes for G:

  1. Perhaps he wanted to be alone with Dr. G., who was here, but he should have let me know. At Hoffmann's I felt I was sitting on hot coals, expecting him to arrive every moment.
  2. The reasons why I left were to do with my interest in Buddhism. There were experiences over a period of about six months which caused me to decide to give up music, so one morning I felt I had to go to E. G. Management and tell them.
  3. The bottom string is tuned to an open G.
  4. Financial hardships were rough on us, even though Mom had a good job at G. M.
  5. So I guess the complete lack of any new developments is what struck me. That and the fact that much of the good we had done for the artists' side of the industry with G. O. D. had been just as quickly undone by the big boys.

Rhymes for G:

  1. repartee, bree, marquis, shi, ip, ee, bourgeoisie, ged, rosalee, lessee, flea, potpourri, waikiki, degree, tv, be, free, we, d, cac, rb, thi, mc, marie, the, bea, apc, pea, leigh, dee, qi, disagree, si, marquee, licensee, chablis, ree, honoree, franchisee, ab, undersea, enrollee, ye, quai, ddt, yippee, c3, indri, ne, jessee, flee, kea, slee, parolee, cc, nghi, njt, kee, whoopee, li, gee, rupee, tee, se, odp, de, zee, knee, tenn, bui, m3, xie, xi, ji, inductee, shri, cxc, te, magee, klee, ghee, lee, oversea, see, mi, appointee, gutsy, sie, plea, valoree, lxi, re, loree, tea, fop, jaycee, me, spie, sea, resignee, pattee, trainee, snee, zea, dundee, crea, thierry, foresee, bt, thee, dsv, wee, henri, vi, nic, designee, ze, lp, bibi, gyi, devotee, nominee, hee, mit, ve, ravi, ski, enlistee, ki, brie, capri, chea, decree, sri, lea, debris, ti, three, sci, ofc, b, andree, v, tyree, cie, c, yangtze, id, sightsee, he, curie, rosemarie, louie, fsi, khe, kyi, escapee, tse, nabil, lsd, dea, mcgee, referee, guarantee, yi, guarani, qui, glee, mme, key, fee, spree, brea, esprit, emcee, atp, conferee, dupree, bee, pree, jubilee, blea, p, nie, guaranty, tree, bbc, internee, oad, ot, goatee, draftee, yee, jee, jie, ib, cat-3, banshee, cree, markee, z, rea, sze, tennessee, vee, prix, cyb, mea, detainee, sheree, mt, yie, mcghee, mee, nee, je, retiree, she, deportee, pawnee, nestle, vendee, mpg, pri, sep, cod, chee, eap, trustee, musee, syp, fi, smee, ranee, quay, cd, t, lavie;
  2. albee, agree, achee, alee, abee, adee, ac;
  3. adoptee, addressee, amc, amputee, adoree, abt, absentee;
  4. interviewee, irit, lapd, geac, knbc, hnat;
  5. awb;