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  • gain Blow again, Boduoc; if we can but gain half an hour our friends may be up.
  • gainer I thought myself very little a gainer by my late escape from the tempest, by which I seemed only to have exchanged the element in which I was presently to die.
  • gen To think that a gen-d'arme should have any thing to do with my future lot in life, and that the real want of a passport to travel should involve the probable want of a licence to marry.
  • gene Also, these bats are strong fliers; even between fairly distant colonies there may be considerable gene flow.
  • genoa The party moved on to Genoa.
  • gin Everybody left off talking and stared at 'im, but he walked up to the bar and ordered a glass o' gin and beer as comfortable as you please.
  • ginger As a cockney sybarite in a cheap way, he liked to have a good-looking waitress to chatter to while dining, as he liked to chaff a barmaid over a "small scotch and polly", or a gin and ginger beer; but this was not the sort of thing the occasion seemed to call for.
  • gone You know the bosun's gone?"
  • goner But such ideas didn't last long, and I'd soon give you up as a goner."
  • guiana This mechanical, vise-like grip, wholly independent of life or death, is utilized by the Guiana Indians.
  • guinea Any Conservative or Constitutional association might be admitted to the Union on payment of one guinea a year, and would then be entitled to send two delegates to the Conference.
  • guinean Equatorial Guinea noun: Equatorial Guinean(s) or Equatoguinean(s) adjective: Equatorial Guinean or Equatoguinean
  • kine When a few lean kine were secured, seeing that the supply was sufficient only to give to each man a very scant portion, Jackson declined to take any part of the beef for his own table, and took some of the entrails instead, saying with cheerfulness that he had always heard that tripe was nutritious and savory food.
  • Gena Eric Roberts (born 1956), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Julia Roberts (born 1967), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Coco Rocha (born 1988), Canadian model of Welsh, Irish, and Russian descent Gena Rowlands (born 1930), actress, father was of Welsh descent Susan Sarandon (born 1946), Oscar-winning actress, distant Welsh ancestry Brooke Shields (born 1965), actress and model, distant Welsh ancestry Esperanza Spalding (born 1984), singer/songwriter, distant Welsh ancestry Tiffani Thiessen (born 1974), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Henry Thomas (born 1971), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Lynda Thomas (born 1981), musician, singer-songwriter Scott Walker (born 1943), singer, distant Welsh ancestry Tuc Watkins (born 1966), actor Betty White (born 1922), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Michelle Williams (born 1980), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Robin Williams (1951–2014), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Vanessa Williams (born 1963), actress, distant Welsh ancestry Cassandra Wilson (born 1955), née Cassandra Fowlkes, jazz vocalist; distant Welsh ancestry through her father Patrick Wilson (born 1973), actor, distant Welsh ancestry Literature Sinclair Lewis (1885–1951), novelist/playwright Jack London (1876–1916), author Edgar Lee Masters (1868–1950), poet/biographer/dramatist Lorin Morgan-Richards (1975), author and illustrator Ogden Nash (1902–1971), wrote clever humorous poetry Politics John Adams (1735–1826), President of the United States, Vice President of the United States; traced his ancestry to Pembroke, Pembrokeshire and to Penybanc Farm at Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire John Quincy Adams (1767–1848), President of the United States, Secretary of State John Henry Bowen (1780–1822), U.
  • Genie "The Fisherman and the Genie," in Arabian Nights.
  • Gino It may be that she feared lest Gino Falcone should have aroused in me notions which it was best to lull back at once into slumber.
  • Gina Believe in Love" – 3:59 (Jonathan Butler) Lead vocal: Leroy "Do You Remember" – 3:56 (Leroy Wolfgramm, Gene Hunt) Lead vocal: Moana "Leave It to Me" – 3:32 (Rupert Holmes) Lead vocal: Elizabeth "Youve Got Another Boyfriend" – 4:20 (Shaun LaBelle, Gina Felicetta) Lead vocal: Elizabeth
  • Ginny Nick Chinlund as William "Billy Bedlam" Bedford Dave Chappelle as Joe "Pinball" Parker Mykelti Williamson as Mike "Baby-O" ODell Rachel Ticotin as Guard Sally Bishop Steve Eastin as Guard Falzon Angela Featherstone as Ginny Monica Potter as Tricia Poe Landry Allbright as Casey Poe Renoly Santiago (credited as "Renoly") as Ramon "Sally-Cant Dance" Martinez
  • GONNA How're we gonna do it without bustin' the wall down?
  • guineas Would ten guineas be of any service to you, madam?

28 words made from the letters ginea

3 letter words made from ginea:

nag, gen, age, gin, ani, ige, ain, nig, ane, iga.

4 letter words made from ginea:

agni, nagi, egin, nega, egna, gean, gain, inge, ngae, nige, gien, eang, engi, inga, gaen.

5 letter words made from ginea:

negai, angei, ainge.

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