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g {noun} :: letter
g {noun} [physics] :: A unit of gravitational acceleration
g {abbr} [physics] :: gram
G {letter} :: The seventh letter of the Dutch alphabet
gaaf {adj} :: whole, complete, not injured
gaaf {adj} :: smooth
gaaf {adj} [colloquial] :: cool, awesome
gaafrandig {adj} [botany, leaves] :: with smooth edges, non-indented
gaai {m} [zoology] :: The jaybird, Garrulus glandarinus, a woodland corvine species
gaai {m} :: A wooden, somewhat bird-shaped target, often ornamented with bright plumes, used in archery competitions
gaai {m} :: The high wooden stake or tower the above is mounted on
gaai {f} [uncommon] :: A female spouse, notably (and mostly used in the diminutive):
gaai {f} :: a female bird
gaai {f} :: a female fish
gaai {f} [humorous] :: a human mistress or wife
gaan {vi} :: to go, to move from one place to another
gaan {vi} :: to leave or depart, to move away
gaan {vi} :: to lead (in a direction)
gaan {vi} :: to proceed (well or poorly)
gaan {v} [auxiliary] :: Forms the future tense of a verb, similarly to English going to future tense
gaan {v} [auxiliary] :: to start to, begin to, to be going to
gaande {v} [slang, said mainly of parties] :: amazing, lit
gaander {m} [uncommon] :: goer (one who goes)
gaandeweg {adv} :: gradually, as time goes on
gaan met die banaan {interj} [colloquial, Netherlands] :: go on, get going (commence), go ahead
gaan over {vt} :: to be about (in a story, narrative, song etc.)
gaap {m} :: yawn
gaap {interj} :: An exclamation of boredom or disinterest: yawn!
gaap {noun} :: geep
gaar {adj} [of food, esp. meat and vegetables] :: well-cooked; done; ready for consumption
gaar {adj} [figuratively, of a person] :: finished, exhausted
gaard {m} [formal] :: garden, yard
gaarde {f} [formal] :: garden, yard
gaarkeuken {f} :: food kitchen, soup kitchen (venue where (warm) food is offered or sold to the poor)
gaarkeuken {f} [obsolete] :: tavern, diner
gaarne {adv} [literary, dialectal or humorous] :: with pleasure, gladly
gaas {n} :: gauze
gabardine {adj} :: made from gabardine
gabardine {f} :: The woolen [cloth] Gabardine
gabardine {f} :: An overcoat or raincoat (of this material)
gabber {m} :: A guy
gabber {m} :: A friend; a pal
gabber {m} [music genre] :: gabber (hardcore subgenre)
gabber {m} :: A fan of gabber music, a gabber
gabberen {vi} :: to laugh maliciously
gabberen {vi} :: to gobble like a turkey
gabberen {vi} :: to dance on hardcore house music
Gabon {prop} {n} :: Gabon
gadde {c} [obsolete] :: whiting, merling, Merlangius merlangus
gade {mf} :: spouse (husband or wife)
gaden {vi} [obsolete] :: to fit
gaden {vi} [obsolete] :: to correspond
gaden {vi} [obsolete] :: to belong with
gaderen {v} :: alternative form of garen
gadeslaan {v} :: to observe thoroughly
gading {f} :: satisfaction
gadolinium {n} :: gadolinium
gadverdamme {interj} :: shit, bah (this is a corrupted and less offensive version of godverdomme)
gadverdamme {interj} :: eew serves as an expression of disgust
Gaelisch {adj} :: Gaelic
Gaelisch {prop} {n} :: Gaelic
gaffel {f} {m} :: A two-pronged pitchfork or bident
gaffel {f} {m} :: Any two-pronged fork, such as a carving fork
gaffel {f} {m} :: A two-pronged antler of a two-years old stag
gaffel {f} {m} [nautical] :: A gaff
gaffelhert {n} :: A brocket; a two-year old stag, with small antlers
gaffelpen {f} :: clevis pin
gaffelzeil {n} :: gaffsail (trapezoid topsail fixed to a gaff)
gagel {m} {n} :: gale, any plant of the family Myricaceae
gaggelen {v} :: To make a sharp, broken noise or cry, like a goose does; to cackle
gaggelen {v} :: to laugh sharply, to cackle
gajes {n} [colloquial] :: riffraff, rabble
Gajo {m} [Roma lects] :: Someone who is not Roma, non-Gypsy
Gajo {c} :: A member of the Gayo people living in the highlands of Aceh
gal {f} :: The bodily fluid bile
gala {n} :: ball (formal dance)
galblaas {f} :: gall bladder (an internal organ)
galderij {f} :: rare form of galerij
galerie {f} :: gallery
galerij {f} :: covered walkway around a building, a gallery
galerijflat {m} :: A tower block with exits on an open hallway or otherwise with interconnected balconies
galg {f} {m} :: gallows, wooden framework on which persons are put to death by hanging
galg {f} {m} [metonymy] :: the death sentence
galgenaas {n} :: gallows bird, trouble-maker
Galicië {prop} :: Galicia (region and historical kingdom in Iberia)
Galicië {prop} :: Galicia (historical region in Central Europe)
Galicisch {adj} :: Galician (of or pertaining to Galicia (the region) or Galician (the language))
Galicisch {n} :: Galician (the language of Galicia, a region of the Northwestern Iberian peninsula)
galjoen {n} :: Galleon
galjoot {f} :: galliot
gallent {noun} [Brabantian] :: rack, frame
Gallië {prop} {n} :: Gaul (the region)
Galliër {m} :: a Gaul
gallisch {adj} :: nauseous
gallisch {adj} :: angry, irritated
gallisch {adj} :: hot, sensuous, horny
Gallisch {adj} :: Gaulish
gallium {n} :: gallium
galm {m} :: echo, reverberation
galm {m} :: backtalk
galmen {v} :: to resound, to echo
galopperen {vi} :: to gallop
galvanisch {adj} :: galvanic
galvaniseren {vt} :: to galvanize
gamba {f} :: viola da gamba
gamba {f} :: prawn
gambiet {n} [games] :: gambit
gamen {vi} :: to play a video game
gammahydroxybutaanzuur {n} :: gamma-hydroxybutyric acid
gammahydroxybutyraat {n} :: gamma hydroxybutyrate
gammel {adj} :: shaky (unsound)
gander {m} :: gander, male goose
Gandhiïsme {n} :: Gandhism
gang {m} :: passageway, alley
gang {m} :: gait, walk (person's manner of walking or stepping)
gang {m} :: journey
gang {m} :: hallway, corridor
gang {m} :: course
gangbaar {adj} :: valid; popular, in demand; current, in common use; prevailing; accepted
-ganger {suffix} :: -goer
gangpad {n} :: aisle (clear path through rows of seating)
gangster {m} :: gangster
gangster {adj} [slang] :: cool, awesome
gannef {m} [colloquial] :: thief
gans {f} :: goose (waterfowl)
gans {determiner} :: whole, entire
gans {adv} :: entirely
ganzenbord {n} :: The Game of the Goose
ganzenborden {vi} :: to play the Game of the Goose
ganzerik {m} [zoology] :: gander
ganzerik {mf} [botany] :: potentilla, flowering plants related to the roses
ganzeveer {f} :: feather from a goose
ganzeveer {f} :: quill (for writing)
gap {n} [business] :: gap
gapen {vi} :: to yawn
gapen {vi} :: to gape
gapend {adj} :: wide open, gaping
gappen {vt} [colloquial] :: to steal
gapper {m} [Netherlands, colloquial] :: thief
garanderen {vt} :: to guarantee
garantie {m} :: guarantee
garantie {m} :: warranty
garçon {m} :: waiter in a bar, restaurant etc
garen {n} :: yarn, thread
garen {v} [ergative] :: to make/become ready (cooked)
garen {vt} [archaic] :: to collect, to gather
garibaldi {m} :: derby, bowler hat
garibaldi {m} [zoology] :: garibaldi (fish)
garibaldihoed {m} :: derby, bowler hat
garnaal {m} :: shrimp
garstig {adj} :: rancid, smelly
gas {n} :: gas
gas {n} :: liquefied petroleum gas
gas {f} :: unpaved street
gasbeving {f} :: An earthquake caused by the extraction of fossil gas
GAS-boete {f} :: an administrative sanction for minor offences in Belgium
gasfles {f} :: gas cylinder, gas canister
gasleiding {f} :: gas pipeline
gasmasker {n} :: gas mask
gasolie {f} :: diesel
gaspedaal {n} [automotive] :: accelerator
gasrotonde {f} [Netherlands] :: hub in the trade and transfer of natural gas
gassen {vi} [colloquial] :: to hit the gas, to accelerate a motor vehicle
gassen {vi} [colloquial] :: to drive wildly and at high speed
gast {m} :: guest
gast {m} [chiefly in combinations] :: knave, worker, apprentice, delivery boy
gast {m} [colloquial] :: dude, chap
gastarbeider {mf} :: guest worker
gastenboek {n} :: guest book (ledger where people can leave names, other information and comments)
gastenboek {n} [internet] :: guest book (public comment form on a website)
gastenverblijf {n} :: guesthouse
gasterij {f} :: hotel and/or catering establishment [generic term that is used for hotels, restaurants and cafés, often in names]
gasterij {f} [obsolete] :: feast, banquet
gasterij {f} [obsolete] :: bacchanal, revelry
gastheer {m} :: A host, who receives (a) guest(s) in his residence, office etc
gastheer {m} [biology] :: A host organism, in whose body a parasite etc. lives
gasthuis {n} :: hospital
gastrisch {adj} :: gastric
gastroduodenaal {adj} :: gastroduodenal
gastronomisch {adj} :: gastronomic
gastvrij {adj} :: hospitable
gastvrij {adv} :: welcomingly
gastvrijheid {f} :: hospitality
gastvrouw {f} :: Hostess (at a party or a venue)
gasveld {n} :: gas field
gasvormig {adj} [chemistry] :: gaseous (i.e. in the gaseous state)
gaswinning {f} :: natural gas (fossil fuel) extraction
gat {n} :: gap, hole
gat {n} :: godforsaken place, hamlet
gat {n} [vulgar] :: arsehole, asshole
gat {n} [archaic] :: port
gat {c} :: rear-end, bottom of a person or animal
gate {m} :: airport gate
gate {m} [in compounds] :: scandal
gatlikker {m} [vulgar] :: sycophant, arse-kisser, shameless or even slavish flatterer
gauw {adv} :: quickly
gauw {adv} :: soon
gauwdief {m} :: A fast-fingered, crafty thief
gauwdief {m} [by extension] :: A clever crook, hustler
gave {f} :: A gift, donation, present
gave {f} :: A gift, talent
gaydar {m} :: gaydar
gazelle {f} :: gazelle
gazet {f} :: newspaper
gazon {n} :: lawn
ge- {prefix} :: Used for forming the past participle
ge- {prefix} [obsolete, no longer productive] :: Forms perfective verbs from other verbs with a sense of completeness, or simply as an intensifier
ge- {prefix} :: Used with a verb stem to create a neuter uncountable noun referring to an action or its result, seen as a single collective whole. Comparable to English -ing (although that forms countable nouns, as it does in Dutch)
ge- {prefix} :: See ge- -te
ge {pron} [dialectal, colloquial] :: unstressed form of gij: you
geaaid {adj} :: petted
geaardheid {f} :: nature, disposition
geaardheid {f} :: (sexual) orientation
geadopteerde {mf} :: adoptee
geaffecteerd {adj} :: pretentious, false
geavanceerd {adj} :: advanced
geaxeerd {adj} :: based
geaxeerd op {prep} :: based on
geazijnd {adj} [rare, dated] :: treated with vinegar, sprinkled with vinegar
gebaar {n} :: gesture
gebaard {adj} :: bearded
gebaarde {n} [obsolete] :: gesture
gebak {n} [collective] :: pastry, cake
gebakje {n} :: a little cake: a type of pastry
gebakje {n} :: a slice of cake
gebakken lucht {f} [idiomatic] :: hot air; something worthless that is given an impression of value (literally, "fried air")
gebakken rijst {m} :: fried rice
gebalanceerd {adj} :: balanced
gebaren {vi} :: to gesture, to point
gebarentaal {mf} :: A sign language, either in general (without article) or any codified medium for communication with the (nearly) deaf
gebbetje {noun} [chiefly Holland, colloquial] :: joke, humorous remark
gebed {n} :: prayer
gebedsdienst {m} :: prayer service
gebedshuis {n} :: house of worship (religious building)
gebedssnoer {n} :: prayer beads (arranged in a necklace)
gebed zonder eind {n} [only singular, usually with indefinite article, figurative] :: never-ending story (something that seems to go on forever)
gebed zonder eind {n} :: See: gebed zonder eind
gebeente {n} :: skeleton
gebeft {adj} :: fitted with a bef (senses collar etc.), said of wearer or (especially formal) dress, notably in the expression gemanteld en gebeft, i.e. wearing a protestant minister's liturgic outfit
gebelgd {adj} :: angry
gebergte {n} :: mountain range
gebeuren {vi} :: to happen
gebeuren {n} :: Something which is happening or which happened; event
gebeurtenis {f} :: event, happening, occasion, occurrance
gebied {n} :: area
gebied {n} :: region
gebieden {vt} :: to command, order
gebieden {vi} :: to be in command
gebiedend {adj} :: imperative
gebiedende wijs {f} [grammar] :: imperative mood
gebieder {m} [literally] :: One who gives orders, commander
gebieder {m} :: A commanding officer
gebieder {m} [poetic] :: A ruler; master, lord
gebit {n} :: Denture (set of teeth, also artificial)
gebladerte {noun} :: foliage
geblinddoekt {adj} :: blindfolded
geblindeerd {adj} :: shielded, armoured (Commonwealth); armored (US)
geblokkeerd {adj} :: blocked
geblokkeerd {adj} [nautical] :: blockaded
gebluste kalk {m} :: slaked lime
gebod {n} :: commandment
gebod {n} :: order
geboefte {n} [collective] :: criminals, delinquents, crooks
geboefte {n} [collective] :: scum, rabble
gebonden {adj} :: tied-up, having no freedom, bound, constrained
gebondenheid {f} :: lack of freedom, constraint
gebondenheid {f} :: connectedness
gebons {n} :: A thumping, knocking
gebons {n} :: A throbbing, pulsation
geboomte {n} :: woodland
geboorte {f} :: birth
geboorteakte {f} {m} :: birth certificate
geboortebeperking {f} :: birth control
geboortebewijs {n} :: birth certificate
geboortedag {m} :: day of a person's birth
geboortedatum {m} :: date of birth
geboortehuis {n} :: birthplace (note: only if the birthplace is a house), house of one's birth, house in which one was born
geboortejaar {n} :: year of a person's birth; a birthyear
geboorteplaats {f} {m} :: birthplace
geboorterecht {n} :: birthright (inherited right)
geboreling {m} [archaic] :: A newborn, a newborn child
geboren {adj} :: born
geborene {mf} :: baby
geboren en getogen {adj} [idiomatic] :: born and bred, native
gebouw {n} :: building, structure, construction
gebrandschilderd glas {n} :: stained glass
gebrek {n} :: lack
gebrek {n} :: deficiency
gebrekkig {adj} :: deficient, lacking
gebrekkigheid {f} :: defectiveness
gebrekkigheid {f} :: infirmity
gebroed {n} :: brood, hatch, spawn
gebroed {n} :: hatched offspring
gebroed {n} [humorous] :: children, youth in general
gebroed {n} [pejorative] :: riffraff, motley of people, scum
gebroeders {p} :: brothers
gebroken hart {n} :: broken heart
gebruik {n} :: use
gebruik {n} :: custom
gebruikelijk {adj} :: usual
gebruikelijk {adj} :: customary
gebruiken {vt} :: to use
gebruiken {vt} :: to consume, to eat or drink (food or drink)
gebruiken {vt} :: to consume (resources or goods)
gebruiker {m} :: user
gebruikersinterface {m} [computing] :: user interface
gebruikersomgeving {f} [computing] :: user interface
gebruikersonvriendelijk {adj} :: user-unfriendly
gebruikersovereenkomst {f} :: end-user licence agreement
gebruikersvriendelijk {adj} :: user-friendly
gebruikmaken {v} :: to make use
gebruiksaanwijzing {f} :: user guide, manual
gebruiksgemak {n} :: Ease of use
gebruiksonvriendelijk {adj} :: use-unfriendly, user-unfriendly
gebruikster {f} :: female user
gebruiksvriendelijk {adj} :: use-friendly, user-friendly
gebruikt u medicijnen {phrase} :: are you taking any medications?
gebrul {n} :: howl (prolonged cry of distress or anguish)
gebrul {n} [by extension] :: holler (any communication to get somebody's attention)
gebukt {adj} :: stooped
gebuurte {f} [Belgium] :: neighborhood
gecompliceerd {adj} :: complicated, complex or convoluted
gecontroleerd {adj} :: controlled
gedaagde {mf} :: A summoned person, be it a party, witness or other
gedaante {f} :: form, appearance
gedaanteverandering {f} :: shapeshifting
gedaanteverwisseling {f} :: shapeshifting
gedaantewisseling {f} :: shapeshifting
gedacht {n} [colloquial, Belgium] :: opinion
gedachte {f} :: thought, idea
gedachtegang {m} :: reasoning, way of thinking, line of reasoning
gedachtegoed {n} :: body of thought, belief system
gedachtelijn {f} :: line of thought, way of thinking
gedachteloos {adj} :: inattentive, absent-minded
gedachtemisdaad {f} :: thoughtcrime
gedachtenis {f} :: commemoration
gedachtenis {f} :: keepsake
gedachtenspinsel {n} :: figment
gedachtestreep {f} {m} :: em dash of en dash, used to denote a break in a sentence or to set off parenthetical statements
gedachtetrant {m} [Netherlands] :: line of thought, thought process, way of thinking
gedachtewereld {f} {m} :: belief system
gedachtewereld {f} {m} :: mindset, set of thoughts
gedag {n} :: a goodbye, adieu, farewell
gedane zaken nemen geen keer {proverb} :: what's done is done, what's done cannot be undone
gedeeld {adj} [heraldry] :: divided into two equal parts vertically, per pale
gedeelte {n} :: part, section
gedeeltelijk {adj} :: partial
gedeeltelijk {adv} :: partially
gedegen {adj} :: thorough, in-depth
gedenken {vt} :: to remember, to commemorate
gedenknaald {f} :: memorial obelisk
gedenkteken {n} :: memorial stone, gravestone, commemorative monument
gedenkwaardig {adj} :: memorable, worthy of remembering
gedeputeerd {adj} :: deputed
gedetailleerd {adj} :: detailed
gedetineerd {adj} :: detained
gedicht {n} :: poem
gedienstig {adj} :: helpful, willing to help
gedienstig {adj} [obsolete] :: useful, utile
gedierte {n} [collective] :: animals
gedierte {n} [countable, archaic] :: animal
gedijen {v} :: to thrive, prosper (to grow or be successful)
geding {n} [legal] :: lawsuit
gedoe {n} :: ado, doing, activity
gedogen {vt} :: to tolerate, to permit, to condone
gedonder {n} :: thundering
gedonder {n} :: squabbling, bickering
gedoodverfd {adj} :: predestined, favourite, expected
gedoogsteun {m} [politics] :: support for the governing coalition from an opposition party (which is not officially a member of that coalition), typically to allow formation of a minority government
gedrag {n} :: behaviour, conduct
gedragen {vr} :: to behave, to behave oneself
gedragen {adj} :: worn
gedragen {adj} :: solemn (tone)
gedrocht {n} :: monstrosity, monster, something or someone very ugly
gedrocht {n} [archaic] :: apparition, chimera
gedrochtelijk {adj} :: monstrous, hideous (resembling a monster)
gedrochtelijk {adj} :: misshapen, deformed [often of congenital malformations]
gedrochtelijk {adj} [archaic] :: chimeric, fabricated, delusional
gedrochtig {adj} [uncommon] :: monstrous, hideous (resembling a monster)
gedrochtig {adj} [uncommon] :: misshapen, deformed [often of congenital malformations]
gedrochtig {adj} [obsolete] :: chimeric, fabricated, delusional
gedroogd {adj} :: dried
geducht {adj} :: fearsome
geduld {n} :: patience
geduldig {adj} :: patient (ability or willingness to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering)
gedurende {prep} :: during
gedwee {adj} :: submissive, humble, docile
gedwongen {adj} :: forced, unnatural, artificial
gedwongen {adj} :: uneasy, stiff, painfully posh
geel {adj} :: yellow
geelachtig {adj} :: yellowish
geelgroen {adj} :: yellow-green
geeltje {noun} :: A 25 guilder banknote
geelwortel {m} :: Curcuma longa, turmeric (spice, plant)
geelwortel {m} :: Xanthorhiza simplicissima, yellowroot
geelzucht {f} {m} :: jaundice
geëmotioneerd {adj} :: emotional
-geen {suffix} :: -gen
geen {determiner} :: no, not a, not an, not any
geen {determiner} :: none
geen {adj} [archaic] :: yonder, far
geen boodschap hebben aan {v} :: not be concerned (by something or someone)
geen kind hebben aan {v} :: Have no difficulty with
geen land te bezeilen zijn {vi} :: Used of someone who is unpersonable and unworkable: [+ met (object) = with]
geen oude koeien uit de sloot halen {vi} :: to let bygones be bygones
geen probleem {interj} :: no problem
geen sikkepit {pron} [colloquial, emphatic] :: absolutely nothing, nothing at all
geenszins {adv} :: in no way, not at all
geen van alle {determiner} [with a preceding personal, demonstrative or relative pronoun] :: none of which; none of them
geen zier {adv} :: not at all
geen zier {pron} :: nothing
geen zitvlees hebben {vi} [idiom] :: to be restless, to move continually
geer {m} :: spear
geer {m} [heraldiccharge] :: gyron
geest {m} :: ghost, spirit
geest {m} :: mind, mental conscience
geest {m} :: life force, vital energy
geest {m} [alchemy] :: spirit, gas, distillate, essence
geest {m} :: heath, heathland
geestdodend {adj} :: mind-numbing
geestdrift {f} :: enthusiasm, passion
geestdriftig {adj} :: enthusiastic
geestelijk {adj} :: spiritual
geestelijk {adj} :: mental
geestelijk {adv} :: spiritually
geestelijk {adv} :: mentally
geestelijke {noun} :: anyone whose profession has a spiritual component, such as a monk, a clergyman, a priest or an imam
geesteskind {n} :: brainchild
geesteskrank {adj} :: mentally ill
geesteskrankheid {f} [dated] :: mental illness
geestesoog {n} :: mental faculty of visualisation or imagination, mind's eye
geesteswetenschap {f} :: the humanities
geesteswetenschap {f} :: discipline within the humanities
geestesziek {adj} :: mentally ill
geestgrond {m} :: a particular type of soil, a mixture of sand and clay
geestig {adj} :: funny, humorous
geestrijk {adj} :: smart, witty
geestrijk {adj} :: alcoholic
geest van salmiak {m} :: ammonia
geestverwant {m} :: like-minded person, someone with the same views
geestverwant {adj} :: like-minded, congenial
geestverwantschap {f} :: like-mindedness
geeuw {m} :: yawn
geeuwen {vi} :: to yawn
gefeliciteerd {interj} :: congratulations!
geflikflooi {n} :: (originally) Continuous flattery, sycophancy
geflikflooi {n} :: Dubious business, muddling
geflipt {adj} :: berserk; injuriously, maniacally, or furiously violent or out of control
gefluister {n} :: a murmur
gefluit {n} :: A whistling
gefluit {n} :: A warbling
gefonkel {n} [rare] :: shining (for example, of a diamond)
gefortuneerd {adj} [obsolete] :: fortunate, favored by fate
gefortuneerd {adj} :: possessing a fortune, very affluent
gegadigde {mf} :: applicant, candidate
gegadigde {mf} :: prospective client
gegeven {n} :: datum
gegevene {noun} :: that which has been given
gegevensbestand {n} :: data file
gegevensbestand {n} :: database
gegevensdrager {m} :: medium for data storage
gegoed {adj} :: well-to-do
gegroet {interj} :: greetings!
gegrond {adj} :: well-founded
gegrond {adj} :: justified
gehakkelde aurelia {f} :: A comma, Polygonia c-album
gehakt {n} :: mince, finely chopped meat
gehaktbal {m} :: mince ball
gehaktmolen {m} :: meatgrinder (kitchen appliance for meat mincing)
gehalte {n} :: content (numerical, as a fraction of a whole)
gehalte {n} :: value, purity (if higher fractional content (of a valuable metal in an alloy) equals higher purity, less impurity; thus, higher value (of the alloy as a whole, per unit of weight))
gehandicapt {adj} :: disabled, handicapped
gehandicapte {noun} :: One who is handicapped
gehecht {adj} :: attached, devoted
gehechtheid {f} :: attachment
geheel {adj} :: whole, entire
geheel {adv} :: entirely
geheel {n} :: whole, entirety
geheelal {n} [archaic] :: universe, world
geheel getal {n} :: whole number, integer
geheelonthouder {m} :: teetotaller, teetotaler
geheid {adv} [Netherlands] :: certainly, surely
geheid {adj} [Netherlands] :: certain, doubtless
geheid {adj} [Netherlands] :: immovable, strong
geheim {n} :: secret
geheim {adj} :: secret
geheim {adv} :: secretly
geheimenis {f} :: secret
geheimenis {f} :: mystery
geheimtaal {f} :: A cant, a secret language
geheimzinnig {adj} :: secretive, mysterious
geheugen {vi} [obsolete] :: to remember, to recall
geheugen {n} :: memory (ability to remember)
geheugen {n} [computing] :: memory
geheugenstick {m} :: memory stick
gehoor {n} :: hearing (faculty)
gehoor {n} :: audience, interview
gehoorapparaat {n} :: hearing aid
gehoorgang {m} :: ear canal
gehoorzaal {f} :: auditory, auditorium (room for public events)
gehoorzaal {f} :: audience hall (hall where a dignitary holds audience)
gehoorzaam {adj} :: obedient
gehoorzaamheid {f} :: obedience
gehoorzamen {vt} :: to obey
gehorig {adj} [historic, Middle Ages] :: being in a serf-like relationship to a lord
gehorig {adj} :: obedient
gehorig {adj} :: being easy to hear the noises in the neighbouring rooms or buildings; noisy, thin-walled
gehucht {n} :: hamlet; a tiny settlement, often without a church
gehuisd en gehoofd {adj} [dated] :: housed, having domicile
gehuisvest {adj} :: housed
gehuwd {adj} [of a couple] :: married, joined by marriage
gehuwd {adj} [of a person] :: married, having a (living) spouse (or several)
gehuwde {f} {m} :: A married person
geijkt {adj} :: standard, serving as a model
geijkt {adj} :: common, normal
geil {adj} :: voluptuous, lusty
geil {adj} :: horny, lusting, randy, sexually focused and/or aroused
geil {adj} :: (about soil) too fat/ fertile
geil {adj} :: (about vegetation) too abundantly growing, excessively luscious
geil {adj} [slang] :: cool
geil {adj} :: sexy, good looking, pretty
geilbek {m} :: lecher, horny person
geilbekken {v} :: to act in a lecherous fashion
geilig {adj} [slang] :: horny, turned on
geilzoet {adj} [rare, dated, of taste] :: excessively sweet, syrupy
gein {m} [colloquial] :: fun, pleasure, joke
geïndigneerd {adj} [formal] :: indignant
geinig {adj} [colloquial] :: funny
geinponem {m} [Netherlands, colloquial] :: jokester, wisecrack
geïnteresseerd {adj} :: interested
geïnteresseerde {mf} :: one who is interested, an interested party
geïnterviewde {mf} :: interviewee
geiser {m} :: geyser
geiser {m} :: boiler, water heater
geit {f} :: goat
geitachtig {adj} :: goaty (goat-like; similar or related to a goat)
geitenbok {m} :: male goat, buck
geitenherder {m} :: goatherd
geitenmelk {f} :: goat milk
geitenmelker {m} :: European nightjar, Caprimulgus europaeus
geitenneuker {m} [pejorative, offensive] :: goatfucker, Muslim, Arab
gejoel {n} :: outcry, clamour, vociferation
gek {adj} :: crazy, mad
gek {adj} :: ludicrous, farcical
gek {adj} :: silly, playful
gek {m} :: (male) lunatic, madman
gek {m} :: cowl (on a chimney)
gekarteld {adj} :: serrated
gekeerd {adj} :: turned
gekerm {n} :: groaning, moaning
gekheid {f} :: craziness, a lack of common sense
gekhuis {n} :: alternative form of gekkenhuis
gekkekoeienziekte {f} :: The mad cow disease, BSE
gekkenhuis {n} [literally] :: A madhouse, asylum for the insane
gekkenhuis {n} [figuratively] :: A madhouse, crazy place and/or situation
gekkie {n} [Netherlands] :: silly, silly person (used mostly as a term of endearment, as in English)
gekkigheid {f} :: craziness, silliness, tomfoolery
geklad {n} :: smearings, spattering, smudges
geklets {n} :: waffle, chatter
geklets {n} :: gossip
geknoei {n} :: sloppy work
geknoei {n} :: fraud
gekorven dier {n} [obsolete] :: insect
gekorven dier {n} [obsolete] :: bug
gekrakeel {n} :: bickering
gekscheren {vi} :: to jest, poke fun
gekscheren {vi} :: to make fun, do something silly
gekte {f} :: craziness, insanity
gekte {f} :: -mania
gekunsteld {adj} :: contrived (unnatural and forced)
gel {m} {n} :: gel (suspension of solid in liquid)
gel {m} {n} :: gel (cosmetic preparation)
gelaagd {adj} :: layered, laminated
gelaarsd {adj} :: booted, wearing boots
gelaat {n} :: (Human) face, used in formal or poetic language
gelaatskleur {f} :: facial color, colour of the face
gelaatskleur {f} [art] :: the fleshy color carnation
gelaatsuitdrukking {f} :: facial expression
gelach {n} :: laughter (sound (as) of laughing)
geladen {adj} :: charged up
geladen {adj} :: electrically charged
geladen {adj} :: loaded (with objects, ammunition, emotion, etc.)
geladen {adj} :: agitated, tense
gelag {n} :: drinking party
gelasten {vt} :: to order, to command
gelatine {f} {m} :: gelatine
geld {n} :: money
geld {adj} [obsolete, of female animals] :: not pregnant
geld {adj} [obsolete, of fish] :: male
geldaanbod {n} :: money supply
geldautomaat {m} :: automated teller machine (ATM)
geldbelust {adj} :: greedy, craving money
geldboete {f} {m} :: fine (pecuniary penalty)
gelden {vi} :: to apply, to be applicable, to be in effect
gelden {vi} :: to count (be estimated as valid, useful, or influential)
gelden {vi} :: to be considered [+ als (object) = as], to be considered to be
Gelderland {prop} {n} :: Gelderland, a province of The Netherlands
Geldermalsen {prop} :: Geldermalsen (village)
Geldermalsen {prop} :: Geldermalsen (municipality)
geldezel {m} [rare] :: A stupid miser
geldezel {m} [rare, fiction] :: A donkey that magically generates money
geldezel {m} :: A money mule (front who makes a bank account available to criminals)
geldgierig {adj} :: greedy for money
geldgroei {m} :: increase of the money supply, the short-term nominal interest rate
geldhandel {m} :: money trade
geldhoeveelheid {f} [uncountable] :: money supply
geldhoeveelheid {f} :: Any particular quantity of money
geldig {adj} :: valid
geldigheid {f} :: validity
geldillusie {f} [economics] :: money illusion
geldingsdrang {m} :: compulsive need to impose one's will and gain respect, ambition, self-assertion
geldmarkt {f} {m} :: money market
geldneutraliteit {f} :: neutrality of money
geld stinkt niet {proverb} :: pecunia non olet; where there's muck there's brass
geldstraf {f} :: monetary -, financial punishment, fine
geldstuk {n} :: coin (a piece of currency)
geldswaardig {adj} :: salable, marketable (such as securities and bonds)
geldvoorraad {m} :: money supply
geldwezen {n} :: finance
geldwisselaar {m} :: money changer
geldwolf {m} [pejorative] :: greedhead, somebody who is greedy for money
geldzorg {f} :: worry about money
geleden {adv} :: ago
geleed {adj} :: articulated
geleedpotig {adj} :: arthropodal
geleedpotige {m} :: arthropod
geleerd {adj} :: learned
geleerd {adj} :: educated
geleerde {m} :: scholar
geleerdheid {f} :: learning, studies
gelegenheid {f} :: Occasion, opportunity
gelegenheid {f} :: Venue such as a restaurant
gelei {f} :: jelly (mass of gelatin or a similar substance)
geleidelijk {adj} :: gradual
geleiden {vt} :: to escort, to accompany
geleiden {vt} :: to guide (along a certain path)
geleiden {vt} :: to give guidance (especially moral)
geleiden {vi} :: to conduct (electricity)
geleiden {vt} [obsolete] :: to accompany (a piece, musician etc.)
geleider {m} :: attendant, escort
geleider {m} :: conductor (of electricity)
geleiding {f} [electricity] :: conductivity
geleiwier {n} [obsolete] :: Any of some certain species from the green algae that were once held to belong to the obsolete family, order, or suborder Nostochinae
geleuter {n} [colloquial] :: nonsense
gelid {n} :: an organizational rank, especially a military rank
gelid {n} :: a joint, a point of articulation
geliefd {adj} :: beloved, object of love
geliefd {adj} :: popular, widely liked
geliefde {mf} :: loved one
gelieven {vt} :: to please, to delight
gelieven {v} [impersonal] :: to enjoy, love
gelig {adj} :: yellowish
gelijk {n} :: right
gelijk {n} :: truth
gelijk {adj} :: equal; like; alike; similar
gelijk {adj} [pertaining to rank, value, worth etc.] :: equal, equivalent
gelijk {adv} :: immediately, at once
gelijk {conj} [Belgium] :: like, such as
gelijk {conj} [Belgium] :: as, just like, just as, the way that
gelijke {mf} :: An equal, e.g. in rank, experience, prestige
gelijke monniken, gelijke kappen {proverb} :: what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander (literally: monks [that are] alike, caps [that are] alike)
gelijken {vi} :: to resemble [+ op (object)]
gelijkenis {f} :: likeness, similarity
gelijkenis {f} :: parable
gelijk hebben {vt} :: to be right, to be correct (of a person)
gelijkheid {f} :: parity
gelijkheid {f} [mathematics] :: equality
gelijk krijgen {vi} :: to be found correct [+ van (object) = by], to win an argument [+ van (object) = over]
gelijk krijgen {vi} [law] :: to be considered in the right [+ van (object) = by]
gelijkmaker {m} :: equalizer
gelijkmatig {adj} :: even
gelijkmatigheid {f} :: evenness, constancy, steadiness
gelijkmoedigheid {f} :: equanimity
gelijknamig {adj} :: eponymous, similarly named
gelijkrichten {vt} [electricity] :: to rectify
gelijkrichter {m} [electricity] :: rectifier
gelijkschakelen {v} :: to equate, to equalise
gelijkspanning {f} [electricity] :: direct/continuous voltage (not alternating)
gelijkspel {n} :: draw (a tie)
gelijkstroom {m} [electricity] :: direct current
gelijktijdig {adj} :: simultaneous
gelijktijdig {adv} :: simultaneously
gelijktonig {adj} :: unisonoric
gelijkvloers {adj} :: at-grade
gelijkwaardig {adj} :: equivalent
gelijkwaardigheid {f} :: equality, equivalence
gelijkzijdig {adj} :: equilateral
gelikt {adj} [colloquial] :: sophisticated, great, good-looking
gelofte {f} :: vow
geloof {n} :: belief, conviction
geloof {n} [religion] :: faith, religion
geloofsbelijdenis {f} :: creed
geloofsovertuiger {m} [Netherlands, neologism, colloquial] :: religious proselytiser (in particular door-to-door proselytisers like Jehovah's Witnesses)
geloofsovertuiging {f} :: religious conviction, religious opinion
gelooft u in God {phrase} [formal] :: do you believe in God?
geloofwaardigheid {f} :: credibility
geloven {vi} :: to believe, to hold a belief [+ in (object) = in]
geloven {vt} :: to believe, to be convinced by
gelover {m} :: A believer, who accepts something to be true, notably without solid proof
gelovig {adj} :: religious
gelovige {f} {m} :: believer
gelui {n} :: the ringing of bells
geluid {n} :: sound
geluiddemper {m} :: silencer
geluidshinder {m} :: noise pollution
geluidsoverlast {m} :: noise pollution (excessive noise)
geluidstape {m} :: voice tape
geluk {n} :: luck
geluk {n} :: happiness
gelukkig {adj} :: happy
gelukkig {adj} :: pleased, satisfied
gelukkig {adj} :: lucky
gelukkig {adv} :: luckily
gelukkig {adv} :: thankfully
gelukkige feestdagen {phrase} :: synonym of fijne feestdagen
gelukkige verjaardag {interj} :: happy birthday
Gelukkig Nieuwjaar {phrase} :: Happy New Year!
gelukskoekje {noun} :: fortune cookie
geluksvogel {m} :: someone who is often lucky
gelukwens {m} :: a congratulation
gelukzalig {adj} :: overjoyed, blissful
gelul {n} :: bullshit, empty talk
gemaakt {adj} :: artificial, unnatural
gemaakt {adj} :: fake, insincere
gemaal {m} :: husband
gemaal {m} [in titles] :: consort
gemaal {n} :: grinding (of grain)
gemaal {n} :: pump house; pumping-engine
gemak {n} :: convenience
gemak {n} :: ease, comfort
gemak {n} [euphemistic] :: toilet
gemakkelijk {adj} :: easy
gemakkelijk {adv} :: easily
gemakshalve {adv} :: for the sake of convenience
gemaksvoedsel {n} :: fast food
gemakswinkel {m} :: convenience store
gematigd {adj} :: moderate, liberal
gematigde {noun} :: A moderate, opponent of extremism
gember {m} :: ginger (plant)
gember {m} :: ginger (spice)
gemeen {adj} :: mean, hurtful
gemeen {adj} :: intense, extreme
gemeen {adv} :: in common
gemeen {n} [often derogatory] :: common people, plebs
gemeengoed {n} :: common property
gemeengoed {n} :: common practice, common feature
gemeenplaats {f} :: commonplace, cliché
gemeenschap {f} :: community
gemeenschap {f} :: commonality
gemeenschap {f} :: intercourse, sexual intercourse
gemeenschappelijk {adj} :: common, mutual
gemeenschapszin {m} :: community feeling
gemeenslachtig {adj} [grammar] :: Of common gender, having no distinction between feminine and masculine
gemeente {f} :: municipality, commune
gemeenteambtenaar {m} :: municipal official, municipal public servant
gemeentebestuur {n} :: local government (of a municipality)
gemeentehuis {n} :: town hall
gemeentelijk {adj} :: municipal
gemeenteraad {m} :: municipal council
gemeenteraadslid {n} :: council member (of a municipality)
gemeenzaam {adj} [literary] :: familiar, intimate
gemeenzaam {adj} [literary] :: ordinary, common
gemeenzaam {adj} :: Of speech: colloquial, informal
gemelijk {adj} [Brabant] :: cantankerous, crabbed
gemenebest {n} :: commonwealth, voluntary grouping of sovereign nations; capitalized in named cases, notably Gemenebest van Naties and Gemenebest van Onafhankelijke Staten
gemenebest {n} :: commonwealth, republic (but not state as in some U.S. states)
Gemenebest {n} :: alt form gemenebest
Gemenebest van Virginia {prop} :: Commonwealth of Virginia (formal and full name of Virginia)
gemenerik {m} [childish] :: meanie
gemengd {adj} :: mixed
gemengde economie {f} :: mixed economy
gemiauw {n} :: The act, an instance or rather an (often annoying) episode of meowing
gemiauw {n} :: The sound of meowing
gemiddeld {adj} :: average
gemiddelde {n} [maths] :: average, mean
gemis {n} :: lack, absence; in particular one that is strongly felt emotionally
gemis {n} :: loss, especially a very emotional loss
gemoed {n} :: feeling; heart; soul; mind
gemoedelijk {adj} :: jovial
gemoeder {f} [rare] :: godmother
gemoedsgesteldheid {f} [formal] :: mood
gemoedstoestand {m} :: mood
gemoet {n} [obsolete] :: a meeting, an encounter
gemoeten {vt} [obsolete] :: to meet, to encounter
gems {f} :: chamois (mountain goat)
gemutst {adj} :: disposed
gen {n} :: gene
genaamd {adj} :: named
genade {f} {m} :: mercy
genade {f} {m} :: grace (not countable, theology) Free and undeserved favour, especially of God
genadeloos {adj} :: (of persons) merciless, ruthless; heartless
genadeloos {adj} :: (things too) merciless, unforgiving, harsh
genadeslag {m} :: coup de grâce (final blow)
genadig {adj} :: lenient, clement
genadig {adj} :: merciful
genaken {vi} :: to approach, to draw near
genant {adj} :: embarrassing
gênant {adj} :: embarrassing
gender {m} {n} :: gender (mental analog of sex)
genderdysforie {f} :: gender dysphoria
gendergeweld {n} :: gender-based violence
genderneutraal {adj} :: gender-neutral
geneagram {noun} :: genogram
geneesheer {m} [formal] :: doctor
geneeskrachtig {adj} :: medicinal
geneeskunde {f} :: medicine (discipline)
geneeskundig {adj} :: medical, of medicine (as a discipline)
geneeslijk {adj} :: curable, healable
geneesmiddel {n} :: medicine, medication
geneesmiddelenvergoedingssysteem {n} :: a system for the reimbursement of the cost of medication
genegen {adj} :: ready, prepared
genegen {adj} :: inclined, predisposed
genegenheid {f} :: fondness, inclination to like, affection
geneigd zijn {vi} :: to tend, to be inclined, to have a tendency [+ tot (object) = to, towards]
generaal {adj} :: general
generaal {m} :: full general (rank higher than a colonel)
generaal {m} :: general officer
generaal-majoor {m} :: major-general, a high rank
generale repetitie {f} :: dress rehearsal
generaliseren {vt} :: to generalize
generatie {f} :: generation, age
generen {vr} :: to feel embarrassed
genereren {vt} :: to generate
genereus {adj} :: nobel, magnanimous, tolerant
genereus {adj} :: generous, unselfish
generiek {adj} :: generic
generlei {pron} :: nowhatsoever, noat all
genese {f} :: genesis
Genesis {prop} :: Genesis (book of the Bible)
genetica {f} :: genetics
genetisch {adj} :: genetic
genetisch {adv} :: genetically
geneugte {f} :: pleasure, joy
Genève {prop} {n} :: Geneva (city)
Genève {prop} {n} :: Geneva (canton)
genever {m} :: alternative spelling of jenever
genezen {v} [ergative] :: to heal
genezer {m} :: healer
genezeres {f} :: female healer
genezing {f} :: healing, recovery
geniaal {adj} :: genial, brilliant, genius
genialiteit {f} :: brilliance, ingenuity
genie {n} :: genius
genie {f} :: military engineers (unit)
geniepig {adj} :: sneaky, cunning, sly
genieten {vi} :: to enjoy oneself, to have a pleasant experience
genieten {vi} :: to enjoy [+ van (object)]
genieten {vt} :: to enjoy, to use or benefit from
genitaliën {p} :: genitals
genitief {adj} :: genitive (of or pertaining to the case of possession)
genitief {m} [grammar] :: genitive case
genitivisch {adj} [grammar] :: genitive, genitival (related to the genitive)
genitivus {m} [grammar] :: the genitive case or a word therein
genitivus absolutus {m} :: genitive absolute
Genk {prop} :: Genk
genocide {f} :: genocide
genoeg {determiner} :: enough
genoeg {determiner} :: plenty
genoeg {adv} :: enough, to enough of a degree, with sufficient frequency
genoegen {n} [uncountable] :: satisfaction
genoegen {n} :: pleasure, delight[1]
genoegen nemen {vi} :: to be content, to make do [+ met (object) = with]
genoemd {adj} :: said, given
genoom {n} :: genome (complete genetic information of an organism)
genoot {m} :: companion
genootschap {n} :: society, association
genot {n} :: pleasure
genote {f} :: companion, mate
genotype {n} :: genotype
genotzucht {f} :: seeking of pleasure, especially of luxury and sensuousness; hedonism
genre {n} :: kind, type, genre
genster {f} [chiefly Belgium] :: spark
Gent {prop} {n} :: City of Ghent
gentherapie {f} :: gene therapy
gentiaan {f} :: A gentian, any plant of the family Gentianaceae, in particular used of plants from certain genera such as Gentiana
Genua {prop} {n} :: Genoa
genus {n} [botany] :: a rank in a taxonomic classification, in between family and species
genus {n} [botany] :: a taxon at this rank
genus {n} [linguistics] :: gender
geo- {prefix} :: geo-
geodeet {m} :: geodesic (shortest section of a line or curve on a surface of a certain curvature)
geodeet {m} :: geodesist (land surveyor)
geodesie {f} :: geodesy, geodetics
geodetisch {adj} :: geodesic
geograaf {m} :: A geographer, student of or specialist in geography
geografie {f} :: geography (study of physical structure and inhabitants of the Earth)
geografisch {adj} :: geographic, geographical
geografisch {adv} :: geographically
geologie {f} :: geology
geologisch {adj} :: geological, geologic
geoloog {m} :: geologist (person skilled at geology)
geoorloofd {adj} :: allowed, permitted
Georgia {prop} {n} :: Georgia (US state)
Georgië {prop} {n} :: Georgia (country)
Georgiër {m} :: Georgian
Georgisch {adj} :: Georgian
Georgisch {prop} {n} :: Georgian (language)
georiënteerdheid {f} :: orientation
gepaard {adj} :: paired
gepard {m} [obsolete] :: cheetah
gepast {adj} :: appropriate
gepeins {n} :: contemplation, rumination
gepensioneerde {mf} :: pensioner
gepeperd {adj} :: peppered, seasoned with pepper(s)
gepeperd {adj} [by extension] :: spicy, strongly flavored
gepeperd {adj} [metonymy] :: extreme, strong, etcetera
gepeupel {n} [pejorative] :: rabble, plebs
geplaag {n} :: teasing
geplogenheid {f} :: custom
geporteerd {adj} :: well-disposed, fond, favourable
geprepareerd {adj} :: prepared
geprononceerd {adj} :: pronounced, clear
geprononceerd {adj} :: striking
geraamte {n} :: skeleton
geraamte {n} [construction] :: frame
geraken {vt} :: to reach, to attain
geraken {vi} :: to end up
geraken {vt} [obsolete] :: to touch
geraken {vt} [obsolete] :: to hit, to strike (a target)
Gerard {prop} :: given name
Gerardus {prop} :: given name similar to Gerard
Geräuschemacher {m} :: foley artist
gerecht {n} [archaic] :: justice; the judiciary
gerecht {n} :: court of law
gerecht {n} :: a meal, or a dish served alone or part of a meal as a course
gerecht {adj} :: just, fair, deserved
gerechtelijk {adj} :: Of or relating to the judiciary, judicial
gerechtelijk {adj} :: forensic
gerechtigd {adj} :: entitled [having a legal right to something]
gerechtigheid {f} :: justice
gerechtsbode {m} :: A bailiff, lowly court official
gerechtshof {n} :: court of law, court of justice
gereed {adj} :: ready, prepared
gereed {adj} :: done, finished, completed
gereed {adj} :: reasonable, serious
gereedschap {n} [countable] :: tool
gereedschap {n} [uncountable] :: tools
gereedschapskist {f} :: toolbox (storage case for tools)
gereformeerd {adj} :: Pertaining to Reformed churches, movements and their adherents that originate from separations from the Dutch Reformed Church since the 19th century
gereformeerd {adj} [Protestantism in other contexts] :: Reformed
geregeld {adj} :: regular
geregeld {adj} :: controlled
geregeld {adv} :: regularly
gerei {n} :: equipment, tools, utensils
gerelateerd {adj} :: related
geren {vt} [obsolete] :: to covet
gerenommeerd {adj} :: renowned
gerief {n} :: comfort, ease
gerief {n} :: use, utility
gerief {n} [especially in compounds] :: equipment, tools
gerief {n} :: things, stuff
geriefbos {n} :: small tract of forest near a farm, usually among pastures, grown for firewood
geriefelijk {adj} :: alternative form of gerieflijk
gerieflijk {adj} :: very comfortable
gerimpeld {adj} :: wrinkled, pursy, shrivelled
gering {adj} :: (quantity) little
gering {adj} :: (people or matters) insignificant, trivial
germaan {n} :: germane (GeH4)
Germaan {m} :: A person from the old Germanic people; a German
Germaans {adj} :: Germanic
Germaans {prop} {n} :: The Germanic or Proto-Germanic language
germanisme {n} :: Germanism (a word or idiom of the German language)
germanist {m} :: A practicioner of the study of Germanic languages and the associated literatures and general cultures, sometimes including Germanic law
germanist {m} :: A student of the German language, literature and culture of Germany and other Germanophone peoples and countries
germanistiek {f} :: study of the language and literature of Germany
germanium {n} :: germanium
geroezemoes {n} :: murmur, chatter; a (subdued) disturbance
gerontologie {f} :: gerontology
geroutineerd {adj} :: experienced
Gerrit {prop} :: given name, equivalent to English Gerard
gerst {f} {m} :: barley, Hordeum vulgare
gerst {f} {m} :: barley seed, used for brewing beer
gerstebrood {n} :: barley bread, barley loaf
gerstenat {n} [colloquial] :: beer (in the sense of the alcoholic drink only)
Gert {prop} {m} :: given name derived from Gerhard
gerucht {n} :: rumor
gerucht {n} :: sound, clamour
geruim {adj} :: considerable
geruis {n} :: rustling, rushing, noise
geruis {n} [pathology] :: murmur (of the heart)
geruisloos {adj} :: soundless, silent
geruispeiler {m} [nautical] :: sonar receiver, hydrophone
geruispeiler {m} [nautical] :: sonar operator
geruit {adj} :: checkered, marked in a pattern of squares or diamonds
geruit {adj} :: shaped like a diamond (or rectangle or square)
geruit {adj} :: fit with glass panes
gerundium {n} :: gerund
gerust {adj} :: at ease; free of anxiety, without fear or worry
geruststellen {vt} :: to put at ease. to reassure
gerven {vt} [obsolete] :: to tan (leather), to prepare
gerw {f} :: yarrow (any of several pungent Eurasian herbs, of the genus Achillea)
geschat {adj} :: estimated
gescheiden {adj} :: physically separated, detached, severed
gescheiden {adj} [figuratively] :: separate, distinct
gescheiden {adj} :: [of a person or couple] divorced, no longer married
gescheld {n} :: name-calling, abuse
geschenk {n} :: gift, present
geschiedboek {n} :: history book
geschieden {vi} :: to occur
geschiedenis {f} :: history
geschiedenis {f} :: event, happening
geschiedkunde {f} :: history
geschiedkundige {mf} :: historian
geschiedschrijving {f} :: historiography
geschift {adj} :: crazy
geschikt {adj} :: adequate, suitable, appropriate
geschikt {adj} :: friendly, amiable (when talking about a person)
geschil {n} :: difference
geschil {n} :: dispute, strife
geschoeid {adj} :: shod
geschreeuw {n} :: clamor (great outcry or vociferation)
geschreeuw {n} :: holler (any communication to get somebody's attention)
geschreeuw {n} :: din (loud noise)
geschrift {n} :: writing
geschuind {adj} [heraldry] :: divided into two equal parts diagonally, per bend
geschut {n} :: one or more guns or cannons, generally of heavy calibre
geschut {n} :: artillery
geschutmeester {m} :: artillerist
geschutskoepel {m} :: gun turret, cupola
gesel {m} :: scourge (a whip often of leather)
geselen {vt} :: to flog, to scourge (with a whip)
gesjirp {n} :: chirping
gesjouw {n} :: a (potentially onerous) carrying about, a lugging
geslaagd {adj} :: successful
geslacht {n} :: sex
geslacht {n} :: gender
geslacht {n} [grammar] :: gender
geslacht {n} :: lineage
geslacht {n} :: generation
geslacht {n} [biology, taxonomy] :: genus
geslachtsdaad {f} :: sexual intercourse
geslachtsgemeenschap {f} :: sexual intercourse
geslachtsidentiteit {f} :: gender identity
geslachtsidentiteitsstoornis {f} :: gender identity disorder
geslachtsklier {f} :: gonad
geslachtsnaam {m} :: family name
geslachtsrijp {adj} :: sexually mature
geslachtsroede {f} :: A penis
geslachtsryp {adj} :: obsolete spelling of geslachtsrijp
geslachtsverkeer {n} :: sexual intercourse, intercourse
geslachtsziekte {f} [formal] :: venereal disease
gesloten {adj} :: closed
gesmeerd {adj} :: smooth, without problems (as if grease were applied to it)
gesmoord {adj} :: dull, obtuse, muffled
gesneden {adj} :: castrated, castrate
gesp {m} :: buckle
gespan {n} :: A span, a team (pair or larger team of draught animals)
gespan {n} [archaic] :: The firmament
gespan {n} [obsolete] :: A group, fellowship, party, band
gespannen {adj} :: tense
gespen {vt} :: to buckle
gespierd {adj} :: muscular
gesprek {n} :: talk, conversation
gesprekspartner {m} [literally] :: One's counterpart in a conversation
gesprekspartner {m} :: An interlocutor, person who takes part in dialogue or conversation
gespuis {n} :: riffraff, the common people
gespuis {n} :: playful and mischievous children
gestaag {adj} :: steady, continuous
gestaag {adj} :: gradual
gestalte {f} :: figure, shape, appearance
gestalte {f} :: stature
geste {f} [literal] :: gesture, movement of an appendix or body
geste {f} [figurative] :: gesture
geste {f} [historical] :: story, history
gesteente {n} :: rock (aggregate of minerals)
gestel {n} :: a system, a framework
gestel {n} :: physical condition of the body, constitution
gesteldheid {f} :: state, condition
gesteld zijn op {vt} :: to feel affection for
gesternte {n} :: all stars in the night sky
gesternte {n} :: constellation
gesteun {n} :: groaning
gesticht {n} [colloquial] :: psychiatric ward, mental asylum
gesticht {n} [dated] :: care home
gesticuleren {vi} :: to gesticulate
gestoord {adj} :: disturbed, crazy, mad
gestreept {adj} :: striped
gestreepte hyena {f} :: striped hyena, Hyaena hyaena
gestreepte jakhals {m} :: side-striped jackal, Canis adustus
gestreng {adj} :: stringent
gestreng {adv} :: stringently
gestrengheid {f} :: severity, strictness
gestresst {adj} :: alternative spelling of gestrest
gestrest {adj} :: stressed (mentally/emotionally)
getal {n} [mathematics] :: number
getal {n} [grammar] :: number
getalenteerd {adj} :: talented
ge- -te {circumfix} :: Creates a neuter noun which refers to a mass or a collection of objects
geteisem {n} [colloquial] :: riffraff
getekend {adj} :: full of both physical and emotional scars
getijde {n} :: tide
getijde {n} [Roman Catholicism] :: canonical hour
getijdenboek {n} :: book of hours
getijdeneiland {n} :: tidal island
getijdengebed {n} [Roman Catholicism] :: canonical prayer
getijdenverschil {n} :: tidal range
getijdeverschil {n} :: superseded spelling of getijdenverschil
getikt {adj} :: crazy
getogen {adj} :: brought up, grown up, raised
getouwtrek {n} :: tug of war (usually used figuratively)
getralied {adj} :: grilled (window etc...)
getrouw {adj} :: faithful
getrouwd {adj} :: married
getrouwe {noun} :: the true (i.e. who is faithful, loyal)
getrouwe {noun} :: bosom friend
getrouwheid {f} :: faithfulness, loyalty
getto {n} :: ghetto
getuige {m} :: witness
getuige {prep} :: as shown by, judging by, witness
getuigen {vi} :: to testify, bear witness, give testimony, especially in court
getuigen {vt} :: to prove, make apparent
getuigenis {f} {n} :: A testimony: declaration/statement serving to bear evidence or proof in an inquiry and/or trial
getuigenis {f} {n} :: hence also other proof
getuigenispartij {f} :: political party that doesn't seek participation in government but only serves to express its principles, testimonial party
getweeën {adv} :: by twos
geul {f} :: gully, trench, channel
geur {m} :: A scent, smell, odour, odor
geur {m} [figuratively] :: (notably the diminutive, with the indefinite article: een geurtje) An appearance, something associated, especially in a negative sense
geuren {vi} :: to smell (have a particular smell)
geurig {adj} :: fragrant, aromatic (not necessarily pleasant)
geus {adj} :: belonging or related to the political party of the geuzen (see below)
geus {adj} :: protestant
geus {mf} [mainly, in the plural] :: a polemic term for the supporters of a political party in the Spanish Netherlands, who became the enemies of the Spanish crown, formalised in 1566
geus {mf} :: as their 'heirs', the protestants in the Low Countries, especially as opposed to catholics
geus {mf} :: shortened form of geuzelambiek , a beer type originally brewed in the 'rue des Gueux' in Brussels, hence the name
geus {mf} :: (possibly of different etymology) or originally a geuzenvlag; now a small type of flag, flown at a ship's bowsprit
geuzelambiek {noun} :: Belgian lambic made by fermenting a blend of young and old lambics
geuzennaam {m} :: nickname or title that is carried with pride but originally given scornfully
geuzentempel {m} [Belgium, chiefly historical] :: Protestant church
geuzentempel {m} [Belgium, dated] :: Masonic lodge
geuzenvlag {f} :: small flag consisting of a white erect cross with triangular elements and a diagonal cross with red and blue triangular or trapezoid elements, flown at the bowsprit or stem, associated with geuzen
gevaar {n} :: danger, peril
gevaarlijk {adj} :: dangerous
gevaarsdriehoek {m} :: warning triangle
gevaarte {n} :: a huge object, a colossus
gevader {m} [rare] :: godfather
gevaderschap {f} :: sponsorship
gevaderschap {f} :: patronage
geval {n} :: case, situation, instance
geval {n} :: thing
gevang {n} :: prison
gevangen {adj} :: caught, captive
gevangenbewaarder {m} :: prison guard, warden, jailor
gevangene {noun} :: a prisoner
gevangenis {f} :: jail, prison
gevangenisbewaarder {m} :: prison guard, warden, jailor
gevangenisstraf {f} {m} :: prison sentence
gevangennemen {vt} :: to take prisoner
gevangenschap {f} :: imprisonment
gevangenschap {f} :: captivity
gevangenzetten {vt} :: to incarcerate
gevarendriehoek {m} :: warning triangle
gevat {adj} :: witty
gevecht {n} :: fight, struggle, battle
gevechtsrantsoen {n} :: battle ration: ration for troops during a battle
gevederte {n} :: plumage
gevel {m} [architecture] :: façade (of a building)
geven {vt} :: to give
gever {m} :: giver, someone who gives
gever {m} [obsolete, grammar] :: a word in the dative case
gevest {n} :: hilt, haft of a blade weapon
gevestigd {v} :: to be based or headquartered in
gevlekte hyena {f} :: spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
gevleugeld {adj} :: winged
gevoel {n} :: feeling
gevoelen {vt} [formal] :: to feel
gevoelen {n} :: feeling
gevoelen {n} :: belief, faith
gevoelig {adj} :: sensitive
gevoeligheid {f} :: sensitivity
gevoeligheid {f} :: tenderness (discomfort when an affected area is touched)
gevogelte {n} :: Aves
gevogelte {n} [food] :: fowl, poultry
gevolg {n} :: consequence, result
gevolg {n} :: entourage
gevorderd {adj} :: advanced
gevorderdheid {f} :: advancement
gevreesd {adj} :: feared
gevreet {n} [colloquial] :: the act of eating
gevuld {adj} :: filled
gewaad {n} :: vestment, clothing
gewaagd {adj} :: risky, daring
gewaar {adj} [archaic, except in fixed phrases] :: aware, noticing something
gewaarworden {vtr} [sometimes] :: to become aware of, to notice
gewaarwording {f} :: sensation, experience
gewag {n} [archaic] :: notification, notice
gewagen {vt} [archaic] :: to report, to notify
gewapend {adj} :: armed
gewapend {adj} :: reinforced, strengthened
gewas {n} :: crop
gewas {n} :: plant, vegetation
geweer {n} :: rifle
geweer {n} [by extension] :: gun
geweer {n} :: (absolute use only: het geweer) A defensive attitude or position
gewei {n} :: a (set of) antler(s), the bony structure(s) on the head of deer, moose or other antilope species
geweide {n} :: the whole of meadows
geweide {n} :: intestines
geweld {n} :: violence
gewelddadig {adj} :: violent
gewelddadig {adv} :: violently
geweldig {adj} :: tremendous, great
geweldig {adj} :: awesome, wonderful
geweldloos {adj} :: non-violent
geweldloosheid {f} :: non-violence
gewelf {n} :: vault, cellar (secure storage area)
gewelf {n} :: arch, vault (architectural component)
gewennen {v} [ergative] :: to (make) feel comfortable, to (make) get used to
gewenst {adj} :: wished for
gewerveld {adj} :: vertebrate
gewervelde {noun} :: vertebrate
gewest {n} :: region
gewest {n} :: an older term for provincie (province)
gewestelijk {adj} :: regional
geweten {n} :: conscience
gewetenloos {adj} [literally] :: without a conscience; not minding one's conscience, amoral, unscrupulous, unprincipled
gewetenloos {adj} [figuratively] :: ruthless, merciless, heartless
gewetensbeet {m} :: compunction
gewetensbezwaar {n} :: conscientious objection
gewetensbezwaard {adj} :: having a conscientious objection
gewetensbezwaarde {mf} :: conscientious objector
gewezen {adj} :: former
gewicht {n} :: weight
gewichtig {adj} :: heavy, weighty
gewichtig {adj} :: important, weighty
gewichtloos {adj} :: weightless
gewichtloosheid {f} :: weightlessness
gewichtsverlies {n} :: weight loss
gewiekst {adj} :: smart, sly, cunning, clever
gewijd {adj} :: dedicated
gewijd {adj} :: sacred
-gewijs {suffix} :: -wise
gewild {adj} :: wanted, desired
gewillig {adj} :: voluntary, showing readiness, willing
gewillig {adj} :: compliant, yielding
gewillig {adv} :: compliantly, pliantly
gewillig {adv} :: readily, willingly
gewis {adj} [dated] :: certain, sure
gewis {adv} [dated] :: certainly, surely
gewonde {noun} :: casualty, a wounded (person)
gewone dophei {f} :: alternative form of gewone dopheide
gewone dopheide {f} :: cross-leaved heath, Erica tetralix
gewone es {m} :: common ash, Fraxinus excelsior
gewone griend {m} :: long-finned pilot whale, Globicephala melas
gewone jakhals {m} :: golden jackal, Canis aureus
gewone klaproos {f} :: The common poppy, Papaver rhoeas
gewone mossel {f} :: blue mussel, common mussel, Mytilus edulis
gewone strandkrab {f} :: shore crab, green crab, Carcinus maenas
gewone voorn {m} [dated, uncommon] :: common roach, Rutilus rutilus
gewone vos {m} :: red fox (Vulpes vulpes) (in contrast to other fox species)
gewone zeehond {m} :: common seal, harbor seal/harbour seal, Phoca vitulina
gewoon {adj} :: regular, ordinary, usual
gewoon {adj} :: normal, common
gewoon {adv} :: simply, just
gewoonlijk {adv} :: usually, normally
gewoonte {f} :: wont, habit, custom
gewoonterecht {n} [legal] :: common law
gewoonweg {adv} :: utterly, downright
gewormte {n} [collective, dated] :: worms
gewormte {n} [collective, dated] :: bugs, worms and insects, creepy-crawlies, wormy vermin [often in reference to those eating human remains]
geworteld {adj} :: rooted, ingrained
gewricht {n} :: joint (part of the body where bones join)
gewrocht {adj} :: wrought
gewrocht {n} :: product
gezag {n} :: authority
gezagdrager {m} :: alternative spelling of gezagsdrager
gezagsdrager {m} :: an authority figure, someone who represents the authority (e.g. someone acting on behalf of government, like a policeman)
gezamenlijk {adj} :: all
gezamenlijk {adj} :: joint, shared
gezang {n} :: song (the act of singing)
gezang {n} :: song (sung piece of music)
gezant {m} :: envoy
gezantschap {n} :: legation
gezegde {n} :: expression (e.g. "All roads lead to Rome")
gezegde {n} [grammar] :: predicate
gezegen {v} :: slumped, downfallen
gezegen {n} :: (the act of) blessing
gezeik {n} [colloquial, somewhat vulgar] :: nagging, whining, bullshit
gezel {m} :: companion
gezel {m} [archaic] :: journeyman
gezellig {adj} [of an (especially social) atmosphere or place] :: Having an inviting and friendly ambiance; cozy, nice, pleasant, sociable
gezelligheid {f} :: the state or fact of being cozy; Gemütlichkeit, coziness
gezellin {f} :: female companion
gezellin {f} :: girlfriend, female partner in a relationship
gezelschap {n} :: company, business
gezelschap {n} :: club, society, association
gezelschap {n} :: social circle, company, companionship
gezelschapspel {n} :: party game
gezet {adj} :: stout, stocky
gezet {adj} [euphemistic] :: obese, overweight
gezet {adj} :: fixed, set, determined (said of mortgage terms, timeframe of a plan, etc)
gezeur {n} :: sour mood
gezeur {n} :: nagging
gezicht {n} :: seeing, the ability to observe visually, vision, sight
gezicht {n} :: face, front-side of a head
gezicht {n} :: sight, visual impression, view, vision
gezichtsbedrog {n} :: optical illusion
gezichtsbeharing {f} :: facial hair
gezichtspunt {n} :: perspective
gezichtspunt {n} :: opinion
gezichtsuitdrukking {f} :: facial expression
gezichtsveld {f} :: field of view
gezichtsveld {f} [figuratively] :: scope of one's comprehension
gezichtsverlies {n} :: loss of face
gezin {n} :: immediate family or nuclear family
gezind {adj} :: inclined, of a certain disposition
gezindheid {f} :: disposition
gezinsmoord {m} :: familicide, murder of several family members often followed by suicide
gezinsmoord {m} :: murder of any family member(s)
gezocht {adj} :: Searched for, wanted
gezond {adj} :: healthy
gezondheid {f} :: health
gezondheid {interj} :: gesundheit, bless you
gezondheidsschandaal {n} :: health scandal (newspaper term)
gezondheidszorg {m} :: healthcare
gezond verstand {n} :: common sense
gezwel {n} [pathology] :: tumour, neoplasm
gezwets {n} :: small talk, banter
gezwets {n} :: nonsense, tosh
gezwind {adj} [dated] :: rapid, brisk
ghert. {abbr} :: groothertogdom
ghetto {n} [nonstandard] :: alternative spelling of getto
ghreline {f} :: ghrelin
gibberen {v} [Brabant] :: laugh, chuckle
gibbon {m} :: gibbon
Gibraltar {prop} {n} :: Gibraltar: overseas territory of the United Kingdom at the southern end of the Iberian peninsula
Gideon {prop} :: Gideon (biblical character)
gideonsbende {f} :: small militant band pretending to represent a much larger group
gids {m} :: guide (person guiding others)
gids {m} :: guide (text providing guidance)
gidsfossiel {n} :: index fossil (fossil that can be used to date a stratum)
gidsland {n} :: exemplary country
giechelen {v} :: to giggle
giecheltje {noun} [colloquial] :: mouth
gier {m} [zoology] :: vulture
gier {m} :: (by extension) monster, notably hellspawn
gier {m} [figuratively] :: human vulture, rapacious or predatory person
gier {m} [figuratively] :: consuming desire
gier {m} :: liquid manure
gier {m} :: any swill, hogwash
gier {m} :: A scream
gier {m} :: A (notably sharp and:or wide) sway, turn, swerve, notably by a vessel or vehicle
gier {m} [figuratively] :: A caprice, crazy/whimsical move
gier {m} :: A gyre, circular motion, notably in astronomy
gieren {v} [nautical] :: to yaw
gierig {adj} :: stingy, miserly, covetous
gierigaard {m} :: cheapskate, miser
gierst {f} :: millet (any of a group of various types of grass or its grains used as food)
gierstmelde {f} :: quinoa
gierzwaluw {f} :: common swift, Apus apus
gieten {vt} :: to pour
gieten {vt} :: to mould or cast
gieten {v} [impersonal, of rain] :: to pour down, to precipitate heavily
gieter {m} :: A person who pours, e.g. a caster
gieter {m} :: A watering can etc
gieterij {f} :: foundry
gieterij {f} [dated] :: the act of pouring
gietijzer {n} :: [metallic alloy] cast iron
gieting {f} :: casting (e.g. a mould)
gietvorm {m} :: mold, cast
gif {n} :: poison, venom, toxin
gif {m} [computing] :: GIF (image format)
gifangel {m} :: poison sting
gifgas {n} [countable, uncountable] :: poison gas
gifmenger {m} :: One who mixes poison into food or drinks, a poisoner
gifmengerij {f} :: the crime or act of mixing poison into foods or drinks
gifslang {f} :: A venomous snake, poisonous serpent
gift {f} :: donation; something given (away) voluntarily
gift {f} [dated] :: poison
giftand {m} :: A fang, a hollow type of tooth which venomous creatures use to inject poison in a prey or enemy
giftig {adj} :: poisonous, venomous, toxic
giftslang {f} :: alternative form of gifslang
giga- {prefix} :: giga-
giga-ampère {m} :: giga-ampere: 109 amperes
gigacandela {noun} :: gigacandela
gigantisch {adj} :: gigantic
gigaseconde {f} :: gigasecond: 109 seconds
gigasteradiaal {m} :: gigasteradian: 109 steradians
gij {pron} [dialectal, colloquial] :: you
gij {pron} [archaic, literary, religious] :: thou
gijle {pron} :: alternative form of gijlui
gijlie {pron} :: you (plural)
gijlieden {pron} :: Second-person plural personal pronoun (subjective); you guys, you people, you lot, you all, y'all
gijlui {pron} [archaic, regional] :: Second-person plural personal pronoun (subjective); you guys, you people, you lot, you all, y'all
gijn {n} [nautical, archaic] :: A multiple-pulley block with three cheeks
gijn {n} [nautical, archaic] :: A heavy tackle consisting of one or two of these blocks
Gijs {prop} {m} :: given name
gijzel {m} [archaic, rare] :: hostage
gijzelaar {m} :: hostage
gijzelen {v} :: to take hostage
gijzeling {f} :: kidnapping
gijzeling {f} :: taking of hostages
gijzeling {f} :: hijacking
gijzelsoftware {m} :: ransomware
gil {m} :: scream
gilde {n} {f} :: guild
gildehuis {n} :: guildhall (building used by a guild)
gildekamer {f} :: guildhall (room or hall used for guild activities)
gildemeester {n} :: guild master
gildenhuis {n} :: superseded spelling of gildehuis
gildenmeester {n} :: superseded spelling of gildemeester
gildig {adj} [West Flemish] :: big, large
gildig {adj} [West Flemish] :: chubby
gildig {adv} [West Flemish] :: hugely, massively
gildos {m} :: a decorated ox, (to be) slaughtered for a meal at a guild
gillen {v} :: to yell, scream
giller {m} [colloquial] :: Something hilarious; [also] something risible, something ridiculous
giller {m} [uncommon] :: A screamer, a yeller (one who shouts)
ginder {adv} :: yonder; there; used to indicate something that is not here
ginds {adv} :: Over there, yonder
gips {n} :: plaster cast
gips {n} [mineral] :: gypsum
gipsen {adj} :: gypseous
gipsverband {n} [medicine] :: (orthopedic) cast
gipsvlucht {f} :: homeward flight for people who got injured (e.g. have fractures) on winter holidays
giraf {f} :: giraffe
giraffe {f} :: giraffe
Giraffe {prop} {f} [constellation] :: Camelopardalis
gissen {v} :: To make a guess, estimate, have a go
gissen {v} :: To presume, reckon
gist {f} :: yeast
gisten {v} [figuratively] :: to be likely to cause commotion and restlessness; to be prone to rebellion
gisten {v} :: to ferment (more often vergisten)
gister {adv} [colloquial] :: yesterday
gisteravond {adv} :: yesterday evening
gisteren {adv} :: yesterday
gisterenavond {adv} :: last evening
gisterjaar {n} :: yesteryear
gisting {f} :: fermentation
giswerk {n} :: guesswork
git {n} {f} [neuter] :: lignite
git {n} {f} [neuter] :: jet (black, gemstone-like geological material)
git {n} {f} [masculine] :: a stone made of this material
gitaar {f} {m} [musical instruments] :: guitar
gitarist {m} :: guitarist
GL {initialism} :: GreenLeft, a left-wing green political party in the Netherlands
glaceren {v} :: to frost, cover with icing
glaciaal {adj} :: glacial
glaciatie {f} :: glaciation
glaciologie {f} :: glaciology
glacioloog {mf} :: glaciologist
glad {adj} :: smooth, polished
glad {adj} :: slippery
gladakker {m} :: sneak, cheat, slick
gladheid {f} :: slipperiness
gladheid {f} :: smoothness
gladiator {m} :: gladiator; entertainer who engages in mortal combat
gladiool {f} {m} :: Any of several flowering plants, of the genus Gladiolus, having sword-shaped leaves and showy flowers on spikes; gladiola
gladiool {f} {m} [pejorative] :: An idiot, fool, nitwit; generally preceded by a pejorative adjective such as achterlijk
gladius {m} :: Roman short sword; gladius
gladneus {mf} [chiefly plural] :: vesper bat, bat of the family Vespertilionidae
Glagolitisch {adj} :: Glagolitic
glamoureus {adj} :: glamorous
glans {m} :: glistening, shimmer, shine
glans {m} [optics] :: gloss
glansrijk {adj} :: fantastic, brilliant, with flying colours
glansrijk {adj} :: shining, resplendent
glansrol {f} {m} :: lead role in a performance
glanzen {v} :: to (cause to) glimmer
glas {n} [uncountable] :: glass [material]
glas {n} [countable] :: glass [vessel]
glas {n} [countable] :: glass [quantity]
glasachtig {adj} :: glassy
glasbak {m} :: bottle bank
glasblazer {m} :: A glassblower
glasgordijn {n} :: glass curtain (translucent curtain)
glashelder {adj} [literally] :: crystal clear, very easy to see trough physically
glashelder {adj} [figuratively] :: obvious, easily intelligible
glas in lood {n} :: stained glass
glas-in-loodraam {n} :: stained glass window
glasplaat {c} :: glass pane
glasvezel {f} :: fibreglass
glasvezel {f} :: optical fiber
glaszetter {mf} :: a glazier
glaucoom {n} :: glaucoma
glazen {adj} :: made of glass
glazen {adj} :: glassy, resembling glass
glazen {vt} :: to glaze, make look like glass
glazen {vt} :: to polish
glazenier {m} :: A glassmaker and - painter, who produces stained glass
glazenmaker {m} [dated] :: a glazier
glazenmaker {m} :: a hawker (any dragonfly of the Aeshnidae family)
glazig {adj} :: glassy, translucent
glazuur {n} :: (ceramic) glaze
glazuur {n} :: icing (on a cake)
glazuur {n} :: (tooth) enamel
gletsjer {m} :: glacier
gletsjerkunde {f} :: glaciology
gletsjermolen {m} [geology] :: (glacial) moulin
gleuf {f} :: slit (narrow cut or opening; a slot)
glibberen {v} :: to slither, to slip
glibberig {adj} :: slippery, slithery
glijbaan {f} :: children's slide
glijboot {m} :: a hydroplane
glijden {vi} :: to slide
glijden {vt} :: to slide
glijden {vi} [figuratively] :: to lapse
glijmiddel {n} :: A lubricant [for mechanical parts or for sexual intercourse]
glijvlucht {f} :: a gliding flight
glimlach {m} :: smile
glimlachen {v} :: to smile
glimmen {v} :: to shine, glow, shimmer
glimp {m} :: glimpse
glimp {m} :: deceptive appearance
glimworm {m} :: firefly
globaal {adj} :: general, not precise, rough
globaal {adj} :: global, worldwide
globaliseren {v} :: to globalize
globalisering {f} :: globalization [US], globalisation [UK]
globalist {m} :: globalist
gloed {m} :: glow
gloedheet {adj} :: scorching hot, glowing hot, very hot (having a high temperature or a lot of heat)
gloednieuw {adj} :: brand new
gloeidraad {m} :: electric filament
gloeien {v} :: to glow
gloeikous {f} :: an incandescent gas mantle
gloeilamp {f} {m} :: light bulb
gloeiwijn {m} :: mulled wine
glooien {v} :: to slope
glooiing {f} :: slope, inclination
glooiingshoek {m} :: (angle of) inclination
glorie {f} :: glory, great beauty, renown or splendour
glossarium {n} :: glossary, list of words with their definitions and/or other annotations
glosse {f} :: gloss, margin note
glossolalie {f} :: glossolalia
glottisslag {m} :: A glottal stop, plosive sound formed in and articulated with the glottis
glucose {m} :: glucose
gluiperig {adj} :: sneaky, underhanded
glunderen {v} :: to beam (with joy)
gluren {v} :: To peek
gluten {n} :: gluten
glycogeen {n} :: The polysaccharide glycogen, the main form of carbohydrate storage in animals
gneis {n} {m} :: gneiss
gniffelen {v} :: to snigger, to laugh hiddenly
gnoe {m} :: gnu
gnoom {m} :: gnome
gnosticisme {n} :: Gnosticism
go {n} [board games] :: go
goal {m} :: goal, target in sports, especially soccer
goal {m} :: a hit in it, a point scored
gobelin {m} {n} :: Gobelin, a rich, textured type of hand-stitched tapestry, fit to decorate a wall
gobelin {m} {n} :: a similar industrial fabric, used to cover furniture etc
god {m} :: god, deity
God {prop} {m} :: God
goddelijk {adj} :: divine, godlike
goddelijkheid {f} :: divinity, divineness
goddeloos {adj} :: atheistic; godless
goddeloos {adj} :: evil and corrupted esp. due to the lack of faith; godless
Godelieve {prop} :: given name
godenbeeld {n} :: statue or figurine of a god
godenbrood {n} :: ambrosia
godendrank {m} [Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology] :: nectar (the Olympian's drink)
godendrank {m} [by extension] :: any outstanding beverage
godgans {adj} :: [used as an intensifier] entire, complete
godgeleerdheid {f} :: theology
godgelovig {adj} :: theistic (believing in a god)
godgelovig {adj} :: believing in a god but not practicing any faith
godheid {f} :: A divinity, deity, male or female
godheid {f} :: (often capitalized: Godheid) The divine nature of God, notably in monotheistic theology
godin {f} :: goddess
god in het wit {m} :: medic, MD [especially an arrogant one]
godinnelijk {adj} [rare] :: goddessly
godloochening {f} [countable] :: denial or rejection of the existence of any deities, atheism
godloochening {f} [countable, rare, dated] :: action or specific occasion of denying any deities' existence
godloos {adj} :: atheistic; godless
godsakker {m} [formal, poetic] :: God's acre
Gods akker {m} :: alternative form of godsakker
godsbewijs {n} :: proof of God; demonstration purporting to prove the existence of God
godsdienst {m} :: religion
godsdienstig {adj} :: religious
godsdienstigheid {f} :: religiosity
godsdienstoefening {f} :: religious service
godsdienstoorlog {m} :: war of religion, religious war
godsdienstvrijheid {f} :: freedom of religion
godse {adv} :: very
godshuis {n} :: house of worship (building for religious services)
godslaster {m} [now, uncommon] :: blasphemy
godslasteraar {m} :: blasphemer
godslasteren {vi} [rarely conjugated] :: to blaspheme
godslasterig {adj} [obsolete] :: blasphemous
godslastering {f} :: blasphemy
godslasterlijk {adj} :: blasphemous
godsloochening {f} [uncommon] :: alternative form of godloochening
godsvrucht {f} :: piety
godver {interj} :: a contracted form of godverdomme
godverdomme {interj} [vulgar] :: Goddamn!
godverdomme {interj} [vulgar] :: fuck!
godverdomme {interj} [less vulgar] :: damnation
godverdorie {interj} :: I'll be damned, goddammit
godvrucht {f} :: rare form of godsvrucht
godvruchtig {adj} :: God fearing, devout, pious
godvruchtigheid {f} :: piousness
godzaligheid {f} [Protestantism, archaic] :: devotion, piety
goed {adj} :: good
goed {adj} :: correct, right (factually or morally)
goed {adj} :: all right, fine
goed {adv} :: well
goed {n} [usually plural] :: goods
goed {n} [archaic] :: an estate, a manor
goed {n} [colloquial] :: clothes, clothing
goedaardig {adj} [of tumour or swelling] :: benign, not malignant
goedaardig {adj} :: benign, good-natured
goedaardig {adj} :: minor, unimportant
goeddeels {adv} :: for the most part, mainly
goed doel {n} :: charitable trust
goede {noun} :: good person
goede {noun} [fiction, in the plural] :: the good guys
goede {noun} :: good (as a concept), that which is good
goededag {interj} :: good day
Goede Herder {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Good Shepherd
Goedele {prop} :: given name, a diminutive of Gudula
goedemiddag {interj} :: good afternoon
goedemorgen {interj} :: good morning
goeden {v} [obsolete] :: to supply with material goods, to make prosperous
goedenacht {interj} :: good night
goedenavond {interj} :: good evening
goedendag {interj} :: good day
goederentrein {m} :: freight train
goedertieren {adj} [archaic] :: charitable, benevolent
Goede Vrijdag {prop} {m} :: Good Friday
goedgeefs {adj} :: generous
goedheid {f} :: goodness
goedheiligman {m} [de goedheiligman] :: Sinterklaas
goedhoudertje {noun} :: sop
goedje {noun} :: stuff, liquid, usually said of a drink
goedkeuren {v} :: to endorse, approve
goedkeuring {f} :: approval
goedkoop {adj} :: cheap, inexpensive, affordable
goedkoop {adj} :: cheap (of inferior quality or being uncharitable)
goedkoopheid {f} :: cheapness, inexpensiveness
goedkoopte {f} :: cheapness, inexpensiveness
goedlachs {adj} :: given to laughter, joyful
goedlachs {adj} :: cheerful, regardless whether there is any reason for joy
goedmaken {v} :: expiate, to redress (to make amends)
goedmaken {v} :: atone, to make good (to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime)
goedmens {m} [derogatory] :: do-gooder; person who has a naïve and unreflected conviction of their own moral superiority
goedmens {m} [derogatory, in particular] :: someone overly concerned with political correctness
goed, met jou? {phrase} :: Fine, and you? (possible response to the question "Hoe gaat het?" how are you)
goednieuwsshow {m} [pejorative] :: a widely communicated story that minimalizes or negates the underlying problems
goed van pas komen {v} :: to come in handy, to stand someone in good stead
goed vinden {v} :: to approve of
goedwil {m} :: goodwill
goed zo {interj} :: well done!
goed zo {interj} :: doing well!
goegelen {v} :: alternative spelling of googelen
goei {adj} [colloquial, chiefly attributive] :: alternative form of goed; good
goeiedag {interj} :: good day
goeiemiddag {interj} :: good afternoon
goeiemorgen {interj} :: good morning
goeienacht {interj} :: good night
goelasj {m} :: alternative spelling of goulash
Goele {prop} :: given name, a diminutive of Goedele
goeroe {c} :: guru
Goes {prop} {n} :: A city in Zeeland, the Netherlands
Goes {prop} {n} :: surname
Goes {prop} {n} :: Willem Goes (1611–1686), Dutch writer who wrote frequently under the pseudonym “Lucius Verus”
goesting {f} [chiefly Belgium] :: desire, appetite
goeverneur {m} :: superseded spelling of gouverneur
goh {interj} :: gosh, gee
Goidelisch {adj} :: Goidelic
goj {m} :: A goy, gentile in the Jewish sense of ethnic non-Jew
goj {m} :: Criminal slang for manhood
gojims {adj} :: goy, gentile in the Jewish sense of ethnic non-Jew
gojs {adj} :: goy, gentile in the Jewish sense of ethnic non-Jew
gok {m} :: gamble, guess
gok {m} :: hooter, schnozzle
gokken {v} :: to gamble
gokken {v} :: to guess
gokker {m} :: Gambler
gokschuld {mf} :: (mostly in the plural: gokschulden) A gambling debt
goktent {mf} :: A gambling joint, smaller or less mundane then a casino
gokverslaving {f} :: gambling addiction
golden retriever {m} :: Golden Retriever
golf {f} :: wave
golf {f} [physics] :: wave
golf {f} [geography] :: gulf
golf {n} :: golf
golfbal {m} :: golf ball
golfbreker {m} :: breakwater
golfdal {n} [physics, nautical] :: trough of a wave
golfen {v} :: to play golf
golffunctie {f} [physics] :: wavefunction
golflengte {f} :: wavelength
golfpapier {n} :: corrugated paper
Golf van Mexico {prop} {f} :: Gulf of Mexico
golfvergelijking {f} :: wave equation, in particular Schrödinger's wave equation
golven {v} :: to wave, to move like a wave or in waves, to undulate
gom {c} :: gum, various viscous or sticky substances exuded by certain plants
gom {c} :: an object made from/with it, especially:
gom {c} :: an eraser, used to delete markings by rubbing off the ink etc
gonade {f} :: gonad
gondel {f} :: A gondola (Venetian boat)
gondel {f} :: A gondola of a cable car
gondel {f} :: The gondola of a balloon
gondel {f} :: A decorated boat used in boat parades
gondellied {n} :: barcarole
gong {m} :: gong, disc-shaped metal percussion instrument
goniometrisch {adj} :: trigonometric
gonorroe {f} [pathology] :: The STD gonorrhea
gonzen {v} :: to buzz (e.g. like bees), murmur
goo {f} :: alternative form of gouw
goochelaar {m} :: magician
goochelen {v} :: to perform magic tricks
goochem {adj} [colloquial] :: smart, cunning, streetwise
googelen {vi} :: To google, search for Internet info using search engine (market leader) Google
googelen {vt} :: To google, research Internet info on something using search engine Google
googlen {v} :: alternative spelling of googelen
gooien {v} :: to throw
goom {m} [archaic] :: attention, gaum
goor {adj} :: dirty, filthy, disgusting
goot {f} :: gutter
gootsteen {m} :: sink, basin
gordel {m} :: belt, a (typically leather) band worn around the waist
gordel {m} :: belt, roughly belt-shaped area
gordeldier {n} :: armadillo
gorden {v} :: to gird
gordijn {n} :: curtain (piece of cloth covering a window)
gordijn {n} [Belgium] :: net curtain
gorgel {m} :: larynx
gorgelen {v} :: to gargle
gorilla {m} :: gorilla
Gorinchem {prop} {n} :: Gorinchem (city)
Gorinchem {prop} {n} :: Gorinchem (municipality)
gors {f} {n} :: A plain or marsh near river mouths, unprotected by dykes
gort {m} :: pearl barley
gort {m} :: grit
gortdroog {adj} :: bone-dry (very dry)
gortdroog {adj} :: extremely deadpan
gortepap {m} :: a kind of barley porridge
gortig {adj} :: rude, dirty
gothic {m} :: A goth, a member of gothic subculture
gothic {m} [uncountable] :: The goth subculture
gotisch {adj} :: Gothic
Gotisch {prop} {n} :: the Gothic language
gotische komma {f} :: scratch comma
gotspe {mf} :: A grave insolence
goud {n} [chemistry] :: gold
goud {n} [heraldry] :: or, gold
Gouda {prop} {n} :: Gouda (city)
Gouda {prop} {n} :: Gouda (municipality)
goudblond {adj} :: (hair) (beer) golden blond
goudbruin {adj} :: golden brown
goudeerlijk {adj} :: very honest, fully honest
gouden {adj} :: golden, made of gold
gouden {adj} [figuratively] :: precious (as gold), of great (monetary or other) value
gouden medaille {f} :: gold medal, gold
gouden medaille {f} [by extension] :: first place, a win
gouden medaille {f} [metonymy] :: gold medal winner; the best, champion
goudgeel {adj} :: golden, having the color of gold
goudhamster {m} :: golden hamster
goudjakhals {m} :: golden jackal, Canis aureus
goudklomp {m} :: gold nugget
goudkoorts {mf} :: A gold fever, gold rush; obsessional search for gold ore
goudkoorts {mf} [figuratively] :: An excessive lust for profit
Goudkust {prop} {n} :: the Gold Coast, a colonized coastal part of West Africa, most of which became Ghana
Goudlokjesgebied {n} :: the habitable zone for a planet; the planetary area that is neither too warm nor too cold to sustain life; the Goldilocks zone
goudmijn {f} [literally] :: goldmine (mine where gold ore is extracted)
goudmijn {f} [figuratively] :: goldmine (source of rich, easy profit)
Gouds {adj} :: of or related to Gouda
goudsbloem {f} :: marigold [Calendula]
Goudse kaas {m} :: Gouda cheese
goudsmid {m} :: goldsmith
goudstuk {n} :: gold coin
goudvink {m} :: A bullfinch, Pyrrhula pyrrhula
goudvink {m} [dated, slang] :: A military officer of a branch or sub-branch that uses brass or yellow ("gold") rank insignia
goudvink {m} [Surinam] :: A burnished-buff tanager, Tangara cayana
goudvis {m} :: goldfish (fish)
Goudvis {prop} {m} [constellation] :: Dorado
goudwolf {m} :: golden jackal, Canis aureus
goudwolf {m} [figurative, obsolete] :: a voracious or avaricious person
goudzoeker {m} :: A gold prospector
goulash {m} :: goulash
goulashsoep {f} :: goulash soup
gourmet {m} :: a person of refined palate for food and drink, a gourmet, a foodie
gourmet {m} :: a kind of festive meal, similar to raclette or Chinese hot pot, prepared at the table by the diners in individual pots heated by a raclette grill
gourmetten {v} :: to partake in gourmet, a kind of festive meal prepared at table in heated pots popular in the Low Countries
gouvernement {n} :: colonial government, part of the governance apparatus of a country that governs colonial territories
gouvernement {n} :: provincial or local government; seat of provincial government
gouvernement {n} [rare] :: government
gouverneur {m} :: governor (e.g. of a province)
gouw {f} [archaic] :: geographical area; shire
gozer {m} [colloquial, Netherlands, originally, Bargoens] :: guy, dude, bloke
g-pion {m} [chess] :: g-pawn: pawn placed on the g-file at the beginning of the game
Gr. {abbr} :: abbreviation of Grieks
graad {m} :: degree
graad {m} [geometry] :: degree of angle
-graaf {suffix} :: -grapher ("writer")
graaf {m} :: earl, count
graaf {m} [graph theory] :: graph
Graaf {noun} [uncommon] :: alternative case form of graaf
graafschap {n} :: county
graafschap {n} :: shire
graafwerktuig {n} :: digging tool, digging implement
graag {adv} :: willingly, gladly (meaning that the subject enjoys doing the action of the verb)
graag {interj} :: please (when being offered something)
graag gedaan {idiom} :: you're welcome; my pleasure (after being thanked); literally: gladly done
graaicultuur {f} [chiefly singular] :: culture of self-enrichment
graaien {v} :: to grab, to snatch
graal {m} :: grail
graan {n} :: grain
graan {n} :: cereal
graancirkel {m} :: crop circle (geometric figure in crop fields)
graanschuur {f} :: granary
graanschuur {f} :: food bowl
graat {f} {m} :: fishbone
graatmager {adj} :: extremely skinny, bony as if wasting to the bone
grabbelen {v} :: to grabble, to scramble, to grope
gracht {f} {m} [Netherlands] :: canal (in a city, with houses on each side)
gracht {f} {m} [Belgium] :: ditch, trench (in the countryside, referring to both those that contain water and those that are dry)
gracht {n} [obsolete] :: grave
grachtengordel {n} :: canal belt; used mostly to refer to canal system of Amsterdam, and to lesser extent to similar systems in other Dutch cities
grachtengordel {n} [politics, figurative] :: alleged abode of the elite
grachtenpand {n} :: canal house
gradatie {f} :: gradation
gradenboog {m} :: protractor (measuring tool)
Gradus {prop} :: Male given name short for Gerardus
graf {n} :: grave
graf {adv} [slang] :: very
grafeem {n} [linguistics] :: A grapheme
grafgift {f} :: grave good (item buried as part of a burial)
grafheuvel {m} [archaeology] :: tumulus
-grafie {suffix} :: -graphy
grafiek {f} :: graph, diagram
grafiet {n} [chiefly uncountable] :: graphite
grafieten {adj} :: graphite (consisting or made of graphite)
grafisch {adj} :: graphical
grafische gebruikersinterface {m} [computing] :: graphical user interface
grafische gebruikersomgeving {f} [computing] :: graphical user interface
grafkamer {f} :: burial chamber (room in a tomb where remains are placed)
grafmongool {m} [vulgar, pejorative] :: fucktard
grafschennis {f} :: desecration (of a grave)
grafsteen {m} :: gravestone
graft {f} [chiefly Hollandic] :: obsolete form of gracht
graft {n} :: obsolete form of gracht
graftak {m} [colloquial, somewhat coarse] :: bouquet, flower or plant on a grave
graftak {m} [pejorative] :: nasty or ugly person [in particular an older one]
graftak {m} [derogatory] :: dull, boring person
graftempel {m} [architecture, religion] :: burial temple
graftempo {n} [Netherlands, colloquial] :: an extremely slow pace
graftombe {f} :: tomb, crypt; sometimes used for any large funerary monument
gram {n} :: gram (unit of mass)
gram {adj} [rare] :: angry, irate
gram {m} [rare] :: wrath
grammatica {f} :: grammar (rules for speaking and writing a language)
grammatica {f} [metonymy] :: grammatical manual
grammaticaal {adj} :: grammatical
grammaticus {m} :: grammarian
grammatische wisseling {f} [linguistics] :: Verner alternation
grammofoon {m} :: gramophone, record player
grammofoonplaat {f} :: record, an LP or a single
gramper {m} :: Risso's dolphin, Grampus griseus
gramschap {f} [formal or dated] :: ire, anger, wrath
granaat {mf} :: grenade
granaat {mf} :: garnet
granaat {mf} [archaic] :: pomegranate
granaat {mf} [archaic] :: The plant Punica granatum
granaatappel {m} :: The fruit pomegranate
granaatappel {m} :: The plant Punica granatum, which produces it
grandioos {adj} :: fantastic, great, wonderful
graniet {f} [rock] :: granite
granulocyt {m} :: granulocyte (blood cell)
grap {f} :: joke
grapefruit {m} :: grapefruit (tree of the species Citrus paradisi)
grapefruit {m} :: grapefruit (fruit produced by the tree of the species Citrus paradisi)
grappig {adj} :: funny
gras {n} :: grass
grasdak {n} :: roof with grass growing on it
grasduin {f} :: grassy dune [historically considered a delightful place]
grasduinen {v} :: to do something with relish [+ in (object)], to enjoy working [+ in (object) = on]; in particular:
grasduinen {v} :: to enjoy searching [+ in (object) = through, in]
grasduinen {v} :: to dabble [+ in (object) = at, in]
grasgroen {adj} :: grass-green
grasland {n} :: grassland; may also refer to a pasture or lawn
grasmaaier {m} :: a lawnmower
grasmodderpaard {n} :: grass mud horse (Mythical Baidu deity used for circumventing censorship)
grasmus {f} :: common whitethroat, Sylvia communis
grasperk {n} :: lawn (ground covered with grass)
grasspriet {m} :: blade of grass
grasveld {n} :: field, lawn
gratenkut {f} [slang, vulgar, pejorative, offensive] :: slim, scrawny woman
gratenkut {f} [slang, vulgar, pejorative, offensive] :: slut (insult used of women, with sexual connotations)
gratie {f} :: grace, elegance, gracefulness
gratie {f} [chiefly religion] :: grace, mercy
gratie {f} [law] :: clemency, commutation
gratis {adj} :: free, without charge
gratuit {adj} :: gratuitous, not obliged to
grauw {adj} :: (literally) grey, not brightly colored, ashen, grubby, grimy
grauw {adj} :: (figuratively) dreary, grim, gloomy, desperate
grauw {n} [uncountable] :: the colour grey
grauw {n} [uncountable, chiefly in compounds] :: grey stone or brick
grauw {n} [collective] :: poor people
grauw {n} [collective, pejorative] :: plebs
grauw {m} :: growl, snap; a snappy, gruff statement
grauwblauw {adj} :: grey-blue, blue-grey
grauwe dopheide {f} :: bell heather, heather-bell, Erica cinerea
grauwen {v} :: to be or become grey
grauwen {v} [by extension] :: to dawn
grauwen {v} :: to growl, to gruff
grauwheid {f} :: grayness, greyness
grauwheid {f} :: monotony
grauwheid {f} :: gloom
grauwtje {noun} :: donkey
grauwtje {noun} :: grisaille
grauwvuur {n} :: firedamp explosion
Graveerstift {prop} {f} [constellation] :: Caelum
gravel {m} {n} :: clay court (surface for playing tennis)
graven {vti} :: to dig
graveren {v} :: to engrave
graveur {m} :: engraver
gravida {f} [gynaecology] :: A pregnant woman
gravin {f} :: countess
gravitatie {f} :: gravitation
gravitatieveld {n} :: gravitational field
gravitationeel {adj} :: gravitational
graviton {n} [physics] :: graviton (hypothetical force-carrying particle)
gravure {f} :: engraving
grazen {vi} :: to graze (to eat grass from a pasture)
Greense functie {f} [mathematics] :: Green's function
greep {m} :: grasp, clutches
greep {m} [figuratively] :: fascination, obsession (in the phrase in de greep van)
greep {m} [figuratively] :: guess
greep {m} :: some samples that are reasonably representative for a larger collection
greep {f} :: grip, handle
greeploos {adj} :: handleless
gregoriaans {adj} :: Gregorian
grein {n} :: a small something; a grain
grendel {m} :: bolt (of a door)
grendelen {v} :: to bolt (a door); to lock a door by bolting it
grenen {adj} :: made of pinewood
grens {f} :: border, frontier
grens {f} :: limit
grensgebied {n} :: border region
grenslaag {f} {m} :: border layer
grensmark {f} :: march (border region)
grensweer {f} [dated] :: border defence, border protection (anything that defends a border, e.g. a fortification)
grenzeloos {adj} :: borderless
grenzen {v} :: to border
gretig {adj} :: eager
gretig {adj} :: keen
gretigheid {f} :: keenness (often overly so)
gribus {f} [obsolete] :: prison, clink, slammer
gribus {f} :: rickety building
gribus {f} [by extension] :: neglected area; poor neighbourhood
gribus {f} [by extension] :: anything that is old or of inferior quality, especially items
gribus {f} [by extension, pejorative] :: creepy person
grief {f} [chiefly plural] :: grievance, axe to grind
Griek {m} :: Greek (person)
Griekenland {prop} {n} :: Greece
Grieks {adj} :: Greek, Grecian
Grieks {prop} {n} :: Greek (language)
Grieks vuur {n} [historical] :: Greek fire
griend {m} :: pilot whale, blackfish dolphin of the genus Globicephala
griend {m} :: long-finned pilot whale, Globicephala melas
griend {m} :: waterside area, overgrown with willows and reeds
griend {m} :: wood harvested in such an area, especially willow branches
Griend {prop} {n} :: An uninhabited sand flat in the Wadden Sea, Netherlands; once a larger island that was deserted in the eighteenth century
grienen {v} :: to sob, to weep
griep {f} {m} :: influenza, flu
griepachtig {adj} :: flulike
griepvirus {n} :: influenza virus
griesmeel {n} :: semolina (hard grains of flour left after milling)
griet {m} :: alternative form of grutto (the bird godwit)
griet {f} [colloquial] :: girl, (young or any) female, often derogatory: broad
griet {m} :: short for margriet, an apple variety
griet {m} :: euphemism for God, notable as an alternative for blasphemous cursing
griet {f} :: Rhombus vulgaris, brill a fish species
griezel {m} :: creep (creepy person)
griezelig {adj} :: creepy, frightening, grisly
grif {adj} :: prompt, without hesitation, ready
grif {adj} :: eager
griffel {f} {m} :: stylus
griffier {m} [law] :: registar (official keeper of records)
griffioen {m} :: griffin, griffon, gryphon
grijmig {adj} :: grimy
grijns {c} :: grin
grijnzen {v} :: to grin
grijpen {vt} :: to grab
grijpgraag {adj} :: grabby
grijpstaart {m} :: prehensile tail
grijs {adj} [literally] :: grey, grey-colored
grijs {adj} [figuratively, referring to grey hair] :: old
grijs {adj} :: weathered, tarnished, affected by wear and tear
grijs {adj} :: partially illegal
grijs {n} :: the color grey, any mix of black and white
grijsaard {m} :: greybeard; grey-haired old man
grijsachtig {adj} :: grayish
grijsblauw {adj} :: blue-grey, grey-blue
grijsharig {adj} :: grey-haired, having grey hair
grijsrijden {v} :: to use public transport for a farther or more expensive destination that for which one has paid
grijs water {n} :: alternative form of grijswater
grijswater {n} :: greywater
grijze dolfijn {m} :: Risso's dolphin, Grampus griseus
grijze nacht {f} [astronomy] :: a night with only twilight, where the sun does not go further than 18° below the horizon
grijze vos {m} :: gray fox
grijze zeehond {m} :: grey seal, Halichoerus grypus
grijzig {adj} :: greyish, of a colour or shade which resembles or hinges on grey and/or contains some grey
gril {f} {m} :: caprice, whim, impulse
grill {m} :: grill
grillig {adj} :: capricious, impulsive
grillig {adj} :: unusual, irregular, strange
grimlach {m} :: a scornful, grim or bitter smirk
grimmelen {vt} [obsolete] :: to swarm, to abound
grimmelen {vi} [obsolete] :: to teem [+ van (object) = with], to abound [+ van (object) = with]
grimmig {adj} :: gruesome, grim
grimmigheid {f} :: grimness, gruesomeness
grind {n} [geology] :: The materials gravel, shingle
grind {n} [archaic, pathology] :: The diseases scabies (human), mange (canine)
grindewal {m} :: pilot whale
grip {m} :: hold (to ensure control)
grissen {v} :: to snatch, to grab
grissen {v} :: to abduct, to kidnap
gristen {m} :: obsolete spelling of christen
gristen {m} [pejorative] :: Jesus freak, God botherer (pejorative for conservative Christians)
grizzlybeer {m} :: grizzly bear
groef {f} {m} :: wrinkle
groef {f} {m} [woodwork, metalwork etc...] :: a groove carved into an object or a joint between two pieces of wood (such as a tongue and groove joint)
groei {m} :: growth
groeien {vi} :: to grow
groeipijn {f} :: growing pains
groen {adj} :: green
groen {adj} [politics] :: green, relating to green parties or green politics
groenachtig {adj} :: greenish
groenblauw {n} :: teal, greenish blue
groenblauw {adj} :: teal, teal-colored
groenblijvend {adj} :: evergreen
groene {noun} [literally] :: a green one, literally or in some figurative sense (e.g. greenhorn)
groene {noun} :: ecologist, member of the greens (environmentally friendly movement or party)
Groene Hart {prop} {n} :: "Green Heart": the non-urban area of the Netherlands that is surrounded by the Randstad
groene jongen {m} :: (ideology) ecologist
groene jongen {m} [politics] :: adherent of a green party or movement
groene kerst {m} :: a Christmas day with exceptionally warm or mild weather
groene schildpad {f} [now, uncommon] :: green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas
groene staar {m} :: glaucoma
groene stroom {m} :: green energy
Groeneveld {prop} :: surname
groene zeeschildpad {f} :: green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas
groengeel {adj} :: lime [color]
groenig {adj} :: greenish, of a colour or shade which resembles or hinges on green and/or contains some green
groen lachen {v} [idiomatic, Belgium] :: to smile or laugh desperately, in a forced way (as in gallows humor)
Groenland {prop} {n} :: Greenland, an island
Groenlands {adj} :: Greenlandic, in or referring to Greenland, its people etc
Groenlands {adj} :: in or relating to the Greenlandic native (Inuit) language (see below)
Groenlands {n} :: The Greenlandic native (Inuit) language
groente {f} :: vegetable
groenteboer {m} :: greengrocer
groentekraam {f} {n} :: vegetable stall
groentesoep {f} {m} :: vegetable soup
groenwier {n} :: green alga, chlorophyte (but see also groenwieren)
groep {f} :: group
groep {f} :: circuit in an electrical installation, protected by a circuit breaker
groeperen {v} :: to group
groepsgewijs {adj} :: in groups
groepsvordering {f} :: class action
groet {m} :: greeting
groeten {vt} :: to greet
groeten {vt} :: to salute
groetjes {interj} [colloquial] :: regards (often used at the end of a letter/email)
groeve {f} :: open grave
groeve {f} :: quarry, pit
groeven {v} :: to create a groove on an object
grof {adj} :: rough, coarse
grof {adj} :: rude
groffie {m} [Hollandic, dialectal] :: A large, unpickled gherkin
grofgrein {n} :: grosgrain
grofweg {adv} :: roughly
grol {f} {m} :: joke, ribtickler
grommen {v} :: to grumble, growl
grond {m} :: ground
grond {m} :: floor (op de grond --- on the floor/ground)
grondbelasting {f} :: land tax
grondbezitter {mf} :: landholder, landowner
grondbloem {m} :: ground bloom flower (fireworks)
grondel {mf} :: goby, fish of the family Gobiidae
grondelvoorn {m} :: common minnow, Phoxinus phoxinus
gronden {vt} :: to fathom, to determine the depth of
gronden {vt} :: to put a foundation under
gronden {vt} :: to found (an argument)
grondeuvel {n} [formal] :: A wrong, shortcoming or error that causes other errors, mistakes, wrongs, etc.; a foundational error or problem
grondgebied {n} :: territory
grondig {adj} :: thorough
grondlegger {m} :: founder, progenitor
grondoorzaak {f} :: root cause
grondrecht {n} :: fundamental right
grondsap {n} [historical, rare] :: cardinal humour in Galenic medicine
grondsap {n} :: alternative form of grondsop
grondslag {m} [figurative] :: foundation, basis
grondslag {m} [literally] :: foundation of a building, basis; originally specifically one consisting of posts placed in the ground
grondstof {f} :: raw material, natural resource
grondtoon {m} [physics] :: fundamental frequency
grondtoon {m} [music] :: keynote
grondtoon {m} [art] :: the main subject of a poem, talk, etc
grondtoon {m} [art] :: the main colour of a painting
grondvest {f} {n} [now, chiefly figurative] :: foundation, principle
grondvest {f} {n} [literal] :: foundation of an edifice
grondvesten {p} :: foundations, basis
grondvesten {v} :: to found, establish, to form a basis
grondwater {n} [geology] :: ground water
grondwaterstand {m} [geology] :: water table
grondwet {f} :: constitution
grondwoord {n} [grammar] :: primitive (word)
grondwoord {n} [linguistics] :: stem, word stem
grondzeiler {m} :: Literally "ground sailor", a squat windmill where the sails just clear the ground
Groningen {prop} {n} :: Groningen (city/and/capital)
Groningen {prop} {n} :: Groningen (municipality)
Groningen {prop} {n} :: Groningen (province)
Gronings {n} :: a Dutch Low Saxon dialect
groot- {prefix} [family] :: grand-
groot {adj} :: big, large, great
groot {adj} :: tall
groot {adj} :: adult
grootbrengen {vt} [literally] :: To raise, bring up (a) young(ster)(s), from infancy to maturity
grootbrengen {vt} [figuratively] :: To educate, rear, school, coach etc. offspring or other young charges on the path to adult life
grootbrengen {v} :: the passive grootgebracht worden means to grow up, mature (to majority)
Groot-Brittannië {prop} {n} :: Great Britain, an island
grootcommandeur {m} :: knight grand commander, a high rank in certain orders of knighthood
grootduizend {n} [historical or archaic] :: great thousand; 100 dozen, 1200
grootgrondbezitter {m} :: landowner
grootgrutter {m} [ironic, uncommon] :: supermarket
groothandel {m} :: wholesale (business)
grootheid {f} :: greatness
grootheid {f} :: quantity
grootheidswaanzin {m} :: megalomania
groothertog {m} :: grand duke
groothertogdom {n} :: grand duchy
groothertogdom {n} :: grand dukedom
groothertogin {f} :: grand duchess
groothonderd {n} [historical or archaic] :: great hundred; 10 dozen, 120
grootindustrieel {m} :: industrial magnate, grand industrialist
grootkapitaal {n} [collective, somewhat, pejorative] :: finance, in particular large and wealthy financial businesses, sometimes including financialised conglomerates in other sectors
grootmacht {f} :: great power, superpower
grootmeester {m} [chess] :: Grandmaster
grootmeester {m} [freemasonry] :: Grand Master
grootmoeder {f} [formal] :: grandmother
grootmoedig {adj} :: magnanimous
grootoorkitvos {m} :: kit fox (Vulpes macrotis)
grootoorvos {m} :: bat-eared fox, Otocyon megalotis
Grootoosten {n} [Freemasonry] :: Grand Orient, Grand Lodge
grootouder {m} :: grandparent, a parent of someone's parent
groots {adj} :: grand, grandiose
grootschalig {adj} :: large-scale
grootscheeps {adj} :: large-scale
grootstad {f} :: A big/major city, up to a metropolis
grootte {f} :: size
grootteorde {c} :: order of magnitude
grootvader {m} :: grandfather
grootvee {n} [collective] :: cattle and horses (sometimes also including pigs); defined as larger-sized livestock
grootvizier {m} :: grand vizier, head of government under an oriental ruler
grootvorst {m} [literally] :: Any great ruler, as of a mighty empire
grootvorst {m} :: The princely ruler's title grand prince
grootvorst {m} [figuratively] :: A master, champion in some discipline
grootvorstendom {n} [historical] :: grand principality
grootvorstin {f} :: grand duchess
grootzeil {n} :: mainsail, the largest sail of a sailing vessel, typically a sail of the largest mast
grootzwaard {n} :: any two-handed European sword including greatsword and longsword
gros {n} :: gross; a dozen dozens, 144
gros {n} :: largest part, largest proportion, majority
grosso modo {adv} :: roughly, circa or approximately
grot {f} :: cave, cavern
grotbewoner {m} :: One (human or animal) who inhabits a cave; a troglodyte
Grote Beer {prop} {m} [constellation] :: Ursa Major
Grote Hond {prop} {m} [constellation] :: Canis Major
grote ivoorsnavelspecht {m} :: ivory-billed woodpecker, Campephilus principalis
grote klaproos {f} :: The common poppy, Papaver rhoeas
grote mast {m} [nautical] :: mainmast
Grote Meren {prop} {p} :: Great Lakes
grotendeels {adv} :: for the most part
Grote Oceaan {prop} {m} :: Pacific Ocean (the world's largest body of water)
Grote Roerganger {prop} {m} [chiefly humorous] :: Great Helmsman, nickname for Mao Zedong
grote scherm {n} :: cinema, big screen
grotesk {adj} :: grotesque
grote visserij {f} [chiefly historical, Netherlands] :: herring fishing
grote vuurvlinder {m} :: Large copper, Lycaena dispar
grote vuurvlinder {m} :: Lycaena dispar batava, a subspecies of the large copper
grote zilverreiger {m} :: great egret, Ardea alba
Grotius {prop} :: surname
grotschildering {f} :: cave painting
grotspelonk {f} [rare, dated, tautological] :: cave
grottenbeer {m} [uncommon] :: cave bear, Ursus spelaeus
grottenhyena {f} {m} :: Cave hyena (as individual or species), Crocuta crocuta spelaea
grottenleeuw {m} [uncommon] :: cave lion, Panthera leo spelaea
grout {?} :: grout
grs. {abbr} :: graafschap
gruis {n} :: grit, ground stone or rocks
gruit {f} :: gruit, a herb mixture used for flavouring and bittering beer widely used in the Low Countries before hops came into use
gruit {f} [obsolete, historical] :: the right to sell gruit to breweries
gruitbier {n} :: A beer that is brewed using gruit; a serving of this type of beer
gruitgeld {n} [historical] :: An excise tax levied on the sale of gruit; the money raised through this tax
gruitrecht {n} [historical] :: The right to sell gruit to breweries
grut {n} [countable and uncountable] :: groat, broken-up or grinded grain
grut {n} [countable] :: small stuff, little things
grut {n} [uncountable] :: children
grutter {m} [dated, uncommon, chiefly historical] :: grocer
grutto {c} :: godwit
gruwel {m} :: abomination, horror, something that is abhorrent
gruweldaad {f} :: horrific action, abominable deed
gruwelijk {adj} :: gruesome, terrible, brutal
gruwelijk {adj} [slang] :: awesome, wicked
gruwelijkheid {m} :: atrocity
gruwzaam {adj} :: gruesome
gruwzaam {adj} :: cruel
gruwzaamheid {f} :: gruesomeness
gruwzaamheid {f} :: cruelty
gruzelementen {p} :: smithereens (fragments or splintered pieces; numerous tiny disconnected items)
grvm. {abbr} :: grootvorstendom
g-sleutel {m} [music] :: G-clef
guanaco {m} :: guanaco
Guatemala {prop} {n} :: Guatemala
Guatemalaans {adj} :: Guatemalan
Guatemalteeks {adj} :: Guatemalan
Gudula {prop} :: given name
guichelheil {n} :: pimpernel, any plant of the genus Anagallis, also reffering to a few plants now placed in the genus Lysimachia by some
guil {m} :: an old or worn-down horse
guil {m} [obsolete] :: any horse, in particular a workhorse
guil {m} :: a lazy person
guil {m} [obsolete] :: a coarse, crude person
guillotine {f} :: guillotine
Guinee {prop} {n} :: Guinea, especially the Republic of Guinea or its colonial precursor
Guinee-Bissau {n} :: Guinea-Bissau
guirlande {c} :: garland, festoon
guit {m} :: tomboy, rascal, joker, troublemaker
guitig {adj} :: mischievous, cheeky
gul {adj} :: generous, unselfish
gul {adj} :: unsparing, plentiful
gul {adj} :: hearty, cordial
gul {mf} :: young cod
gulden {adj} :: golden, made of gold
gulden {adj} [metaphor] :: precious, excellent
gulden {m} :: gulden, guilder, the Dutch currency till the introduction of the Euro
gulheid {f} :: munificence, generosity
gulle {pron} [Brabantian] :: Second-person plural, subjective: you
gulp {f} :: fly; opening in a man's pants to facilitate relieving himself
gulzig {adj} :: greedy, avaricious
gulzigaard {m} :: gormandizer, guzzler, glutton
gulzigheid {f} :: greed, gluttony
gunnen {vt} [with indirect object] :: to think someone deserves something, to witness or acknowledge someone's success or enjoyment without envy or grudge [usually referring to positive outcomes]
gunnen {vt} [with indirect object] :: to award, to grant [of orders, tenders, etc.]
gunnen {vt} [with indirect object] :: to give, usually out of benevolence or grace; to grant
gunst {f} :: favour
gunst {interj} [formal, somewhat, dated] :: good grief, gosh
gunsteling {m} :: beneficiary (someone who receives a favour or benefits)
gunstig {adj} :: favourable
gup {c} :: guppy, freshwater fish of the species Poecilia reticulata
gup {c} [by extension] :: any small fish
gup {c} [by extension] :: anything small
guppie {c} {n} :: guppy
guppie {c} {n} :: Sometimes reanalysed as a diminutive of gup
Gustaaf {prop} :: given name, akin to Gustav
gutmensch {m} [derogatory] :: do-gooder; person who has a naïve and unreflected conviction of their own moral superiority
gutmensch {m} [derogatory, in particular] :: someone overly concerned with political correctness
guts {f} {m} :: gouge, a suddenly flowing quantity of fluid
guts {f} {m} :: a chisel type with a hollow beak
gutsen {v} :: to gush, (especially precipitation) pour down, flow strongly irregularly
gutsen {v} :: to gouge
guur {adj} :: chillingly cold, rainy and windy
Guyana {prop} {n} :: Guyana
gvd {interj} :: abbreviation of godverdomme
GVD {interj} :: abbreviation of godverdomme
gvd'en {v} [colloquial] :: To curse
gym {n} :: short for gymnasium, a special type of secondary school
gym {m} :: short for gymnastiek, physical education class
gymles {f} :: physical education
gymnasium {n} :: a type of secondary school (for 12 to 18 year-olds) which prepares students for university or vocational school, and which offers classes in Latin and/or Greek
gymnasium {n} :: school of sports which the Greeks had in antiquity
gymnast {m} :: gymnast
gymnaste {f} :: a female gymnast
gymnastiek {f} :: gymnastics
gymnastiekuur {n} :: An hour in school reserved for gymnastics
gymp {c} :: athletic shoe, sneaker, runner
gymschoen {m} :: athletic shoe, sneaker, runner
gymtas {f} :: drawstring backpack
gynaecoloog {m} :: gynecologist
gyneseksualiteit {f} :: gynesexuality
gyneseksueel {adj} :: gynesexual
gyneseksueel {m} :: gynesexual
gynocide {f} :: femicide
gyros {m} :: gyro (Greek sandwich)