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abbreviation
Psychology. general intelligence.
gram; grams.
Electronics. grid.
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Other definitions for g (3 of 9)

G1

or g

[ jee ]
/ dʒi /

noun, plural G's or Gs, g's or gs.
the seventh letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
any spoken sound represented by the letter G or g, as in get, German, or camouflage.
something having the shape of a G.
a written or printed representation of the letter G or g.
a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter G or g.

Other definitions for g (4 of 9)

G2
[ jee ]
/ dʒi /

noun, plural Gs or G's.
Aerospace. gravitational force: The pilot pulled 3 Gs during the steep dive.Sometimes g

Other definitions for g (5 of 9)

G3

abbreviation
Trademark. general: a rating assigned to a movie by the Motion Picture Association of America indicating that the film is suitable for general audiences, or children as well as adults.
Compare NC-17, PG1, PG-13, R3.

Other definitions for g (6 of 9)

G4

abbreviation
Informal. grand: a sum of one thousand dollars.
gay.
Psychology. general intelligence.
good.

Other definitions for g (7 of 9)

G5

Symbol.
the seventh in order or in a series.
Music.
  1. the fifth tone in the scale of C major or the seventh tone in the relative minor scale, A minor.
  2. a string, key, or pipe tuned to this tone.
  3. a written or printed note representing this tone.
  4. (in the fixed system of solmization) the fifth tone of the scale of C major, called sol.
  5. the tonality having G as the tonic note.
(sometimes lowercase) the medieval Roman numeral for 400.Compare Roman numerals.
Electricity.
  1. conductance.
  2. gauss (def. 1).
Physics, Astronomy. gravitational constant.
Biochemistry.
  1. glycine.
  2. guanine.

Other definitions for g (8 of 9)

g.

abbreviation

Other definitions for g (9 of 9)

G.

abbreviation
gourde; gourdes.
(specific) gravity.
Gulf.
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British Dictionary definitions for g (1 of 4)

g

symbol for
gallon(s)
gram(s)
acceleration of free fall (due to gravity) near the surface of the earth
grav

British Dictionary definitions for g (2 of 4)

g

G

/ (dʒiː) /

noun plural g's, G's or Gs
the seventh letter and fifth consonant of the modern English alphabet
a speech sound represented by this letter, in English usually either a voiced velar stop, as in grass, or a voiced palato-alveolar affricate, as in page

British Dictionary definitions for g (3 of 4)

G

symbol for

British Dictionary definitions for g (4 of 4)

G.

g.


abbreviation for
Gulf
guilder(s)
guinea(s)
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Medical definitions for g (1 of 3)

g 11
[ jē ]

n.
A unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration caused by gravity at the earth's surface, about 9.8 meters (32 feet) per second per second.

Medical definitions for g (2 of 3)

g 22

abbr.
gram

Medical definitions for g (3 of 3)

G

abbr.
glucose
gravitational constant
guanine
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Scientific definitions for g (1 of 2)

g

The symbol for acceleration of gravity.
A symbol for g-force.
Abbreviation of gram

Scientific definitions for g (2 of 2)

G

The symbol for gauss.
A symbol for g-force.
The symbol for gravitational constant.
Abbreviation of guanine
The American Heritage® Science Dictionary Copyright © 2011. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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