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Etymology 1[edit]

(Internet): Coined in 2007 by Tim Berners-Lee.

Proper noun[edit]


  1. (Internet) Initialism of Giant Global Graph: a proposed successor to the World Wide Web, based on semantic links.
  2. Initialism of Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin.
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Etymology 2[edit]

Coined by sex advice columnist Dan Savage.



  1. Initialism of good, giving, and game, as qualities of a good sex partner.
    • 2004 January 22, Savage, Dan, “Savage Love: To The Truck Stop”, in The Stranger[1], retrieved 2012-09-30:
      While I think people should be GGG in the sack, I didn't say "game for anything."
    • 2011 November 23, Marlowe, Lyra, Girl Next Door, Akron: Ellora's Cave, →ISBN, OL 25415663M, page 83:
      She liked John. Liked having sex with him, naturally. He was totally GGG—good, giving and game.
    • 2012 September 11, Herbenick, Debby, “Science proves it: Dan Savage is right”, in Salon:
      Five years ago, sex columnist Dan Savage suggested that, when it comes to sex, we should all aim to be GGG (“good, giving, and game … Think ‘good in bed,’ ‘giving equal time and equal pleasure’ and ‘game for anything – within reason’”). Long embraced by his readers, the GGG approach now has support from a new scientific study published in the Journal of Sex Research.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:GGG.