GA: acoustic root of effort propensity

GAGAN: sky

GAJJA: sarcastic comments, ironical talk

GAINJANÁ: scolding, chiding, upbraiding, insult, reproach, putting to shame, humiliation

GATÁNUGATIKATÁ: subservience to routine or beaten track, customary, conventional, traditional

GANGOTRII: place of origin of the holy river Ganges

GAŔA: to create, construct, to shape, to beget, to constitute

GAŃA: assemblage, collection, multitude, community, class, group, genus, masses, family, clan

GAŃACETANÁ: community consciousness

GAŃÁDHIISHA: controller of the expressed world and divinities

GAŃD́A: cheek

GAŃD́II: line of demarcation, limit, resistance

GATÁSU: expired, dead

GATI: speed, motion, go, alternative, refuge, shelter, remedy, solution, consequence, way out, movement

GANGAN: expressing, blazing

GANDHA: smell

GAMAN: going

GAMANÁGAMAN: coming and going

GARAL: poison

GARIMÁ: exaltedness, greatness, glory, majesty, dignity, influence, charm

GARIIYÁN: heavier, more important

GARJAN: thunderous sound, roar

GARVA: pride

GALÁN: to melt, to be kind

GAHAN: depth

GAHVARA: hole, cavity, pit, deep, cave, impervious, abyss, depth, thicket, forest, cavern, inaccessible place, hiding place, riddle, hypocrisy, weeping, crying, arbor, bower, recess in a rock or mountain

GÁCHA: tree

GÁCHA PÁLÁ: vegetation

GÁTHÁ: event, story, affairs

GÁNA / GÁY: song

GÁNTHÁ: threading, attaching, studding (garlands, gem etc.)

GÁNDHÁRA: sound of goat

GÁMII: going, moving, indicating

GÁY / GÁTRA: body

GÁHAN: immersing or dipping the body in water, bathing, singing


GIRANÁ: to fall

GIRI: mountain, hill

GIITI / GIITA: song, poem, melody, hymn, lyric, poem, chanted, sung

GUCCHA: cluster, bunch, fascicle, bundle, tuft

GUCHÁN: to set right, to arrange, to provide for, manage

GUNJA: humming, reverberation, noise

GUINJÁ: a coloured red and black seed or its plant

GUINJÁMALÁ: garland of guinjá, a red and black seed

GUŃŔIYE: subside, cowering position, to pulverise, to crush, to powder down, to beat, to gore, to disintegrate, to pound

GUŃA: quality, characteristic, attribute, binding principle

GUŃAKŚOBHA: internal friction within Prakrti

GUŃAYUKTA: qualified

GUŃÁDHIISHA: controller of the attributes

GUŃITAK: multiple

GUMAŔIYA: gathered, overflowed

GUMAR: vanity, pride, to brag, to boast

GURU: the preceptor, master, great, heavy, long

GURU MANTRA: the second lesson in Ánanda Marga sádhaná

GURUPIIT́HA: abode of preceptor

GUL: flower, rose, soft, dissolved, absorbed

GULADASTÁ: flower vase

GULABÁGICHA: floral garden

GULÁL: coloured powder used during festivity

GULI: plural form indication in Bangla words

GULMA: shrub, clump or cluster of trees, bush, fort

GUHÁ: cave, recess

GÚŔHA: secret, hidden, concealed, surreptitious, unrevealed, deep, invisible, inaccessible, incomprehensive, intricate, profound, mysterious, occult, esoteric, lonely

GRDDHA: vulture

GRHA: home, house

GECHI: (I) go on

GECHE: went, gone, past

GERI / GERUÁ: colour of red ochre, pale yellow colour, clay, brownish red

GEHA: home, house

GAERIK: colour of red ochre, pale yellow colour, clay, brownish red

GO: form of address

GOKUL: The place in north India where Lord Krśńa spent childhood

GOCAR: within the scope, power or range of sense perception or sense organs, jurisdiction of influence, perceptible, view, vision, sight

GOT́HA: grazing ground, pasture

GOŔE: thick wrath of flower

GOŃÁ / GUŃÁ / GAŃÁ: count, consider, string or thread

GOPAN: secret

GORASA: cow-milk or its products

GOLAK DHÁNDHÁ: a labyrinth, maze, an intricate problem

GOLOKA: heaven

GOŚT́HA: pasture, grazing ground, meeting-place, assembly, association, society, club

GOŚPADA: small pit made by cows on the ground, puddles

GAOŔA: An area in eastern India, consisting of Bihar, Greater Bengal, Assam, Chattisgarh and Orissa

GAORAVA: glory, self-aggrandisement



GRASTA: eclipsed

GRAHA: planet

GRAHASHÁNTI: neutralising the evil influence of stars

GRIIŚMA: summer

GLÁNI: weariness, tiredness, exhaustion, fatigue, dirt, disrepute, slander, agony, repentance, disgrace