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G’D’Z’L.
n.  a beast (the equivalent to Typhon or Leviathan) that “shall rise from the sea” and lay waste the cities of men at the end of days, as prophesied by the Rev. Ivan Stang in The Book of the SubGenius: Being the Divine Wisdom, Guidance, and Prophecy of J. R. ‘Bob’ Dobbs, High Epopt of the Church of the SubGenius, Here Inscribed for the Salvation of Future Generations and in the Hope that Slack May Someday Reign on this Earth.


G’jlt’rn.
n.  a species of elephant in the novel The FarCall Project by RedTurtle.


g’mrnng.
n.  a sleepy “good morning”; see also mrnng.

<G’mrnng.  Do I really have to get up in five hour’s time?  —Flavius M, LiveJournal.com.>

g’rrrrr.
n.  the growl of a lion, as in the novel Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers.


G—d—mn.
v.  a self-censored spelling of “God damn.”

<We will and command you upon sight hereof, to let the said prisoner depart to his own habitation, whether he stands condemned for murder, sodomy, rape, sacrilege, incest, treason, blasphemy, &c., for which this shall be your sufficient warrant: and if you fail hereof, G—d—mn you and yours to all eternity.  —Jonathan Swift, A Tale of a Tub.>

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