Browse Alphabetically: G
grunt factor (noun) : A measure of how strenuous something is.
I had better get some sleep tonight because painting the house tomorrow will have a pretty high grunt factor.
Submitted by: J.C. from Pennsylvania on Mar. 25, 2008 14:20
Gruntilizer (noun) : A person who has anger issues.
You little gruntilizer!! —Melissa, Made-up, 12-5-07
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 05, 2007 22:15
(adjective) : at ease; calm; restful
"No one here is disgruntled; everyone is extremely gruntled!" —Michael Scott, The Office
Submitted by: Kyle Wade from Ohio on May. 06, 2008 13:53
(adjective) : pleased, satisfied, happy,content
Her gift made me very gruntled.
Submitted by: Terrance & Hannah from Illinois on Jul. 10, 2006 14:30
grustle (verb) : to work energetically
Submitted by: on Sep. 05, 2014 21:42
GSM (noun) : Global Systems for Mobile communication. Mobile phone set
Infact, Dauda told me that the advent of GSM has made business more flourishing. —Abugansoro, Book, 2003
Submitted by: RAMON from Nigeria on Jan. 17, 2008 08:06
GSRM (abbreviation) : gender, sexual, and romantic minority
Submitted by: Donna R Perna from California on Nov. 19, 2013 14:17
(abbreviation) : got to go
Gtg now before the plane will leave me —michelle i delos reyes, march 6, 08
Submitted by: mitch from Philippines on Mar. 06, 2008 08:39
(abbreviation) : got to go —used electronic text messaging
g2g soon, soccer practice!
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 14, 2007 10:50
(abbreviation) : good to go: ready
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 06, 2006 21:20
gth (other) : go to hell
I want you to gth.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 30, 2006 16:47
GTS (abbreviation) : Go To Sleep. Wrestling finisher.
Oh my gosh he hit the GTS!
Submitted by: Pat from Pennsylvania on Sep. 21, 2007 14:25
guac (noun) : guacamole
Submitted by: alli on May. 02, 2009 19:33