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gaggs, sm. road, way. OE. OHG. gang.
ga-grfts, sf. order, decree.
ga-gudaba, av. godly.
ga-gudei, wf. piety, godliness, 212.
ga-gus (-guds), aj. godly, pious, 367, 391.
ga-haban, wv. III, to have, hold, secure, possess, lay hold on.
ga-haftjan sik, wv. I, to join oneself to, join, 331.
ga-haftnan, wv. IV, to be attached to. Cp. OE. hæft, OHG. haft, bond, fetter.
ga-hhj, av. in order, connectedly, 74.
ga-háiljan, wv. I, to heal.
ga-háilnan, wv. IV, to become whole, be healed, 331.
ga-háit, sn. promise, 354. OE. ge-ht, OHG. ga-hei.
ga-háitan, sv. VII, to call together, promise, 413.
ga-háusjan, wv. I, to hear.
ga-hnáiwjan, wv. I, to lower, abase.
ga-hráineins, sf. cleansing.
ga-hráinjan, wv. I, to cleanse, make clean, 427.
ga-hugds, sf. thought, mind, conscience, 199, 367. OHG. ge-hygd, OE. gi-hugt.
ga-huljan, wv. I, to cover, conceal.
ga-atjan, wv. I, to sharpen, incite, entice, 138. OE. hwettan, OHG. wezzen.
ga-eitjan, wv. I, to whiten. OE. hwtan, OHG. hwen.
ga-tjan, wv. I, to threaten, rebuke, strictly charge.
gaíaínna, wm. Gehenna, hell. Gr.
ga-iddja, see ga-gaggan.
gáidw, sn. want, lack, 189 note 2. OE. gd, gd.
gaírda, sf. girdle. Cp. OE. gyrdel, OHG. gurtil.
*gaírdan, sv. III, see uf-gaírdan.
gaírnjan, wv. I, to be fain or willing, desire, wish, long for, 427. OE. giernan.
*gaírns, aj. desirous, eager. OE. georn, OHG. gern.
gáiru, sn. goad, sting, 205 note. OE. gr.
*gáisjan, wv. I, see us-gáisjan.
gáiteins, aj. belonging to a goat; neut. gáitein, young goat, kid. OE. gten, OHG. gein.
gáits, sm. goat. OE. gt, OHG. gei.
ga-juk, sn. pair, 367.
ga-juka, wm. companion, 208.
ga-juk, wf. parable, comparison, 211.
ga-kannjan, wv. I, to make known.
ga-kiusan, sv. II, to approve, 413.
ga-kunnan, wv. III, to recognize, observe, consider, read, 328.
ga-kuns, sf. appearance, persuasion.
ga-kusts, sf. test, 199, 354, 367.
ga-lagjan, wv. I, to lay, lay down, set, place, make.
ga-láisjan, wv. I, to teach.
ga-láista, wm. follower; ga-láista wisan, to follow.
ga-láistjan, wv. I, to follow.
ga-lan, wv. II, to invite, call together.
ga-láubeins, sf. faith, belief, 200.
ga-láubjan, wv. I, to believe, 122, 161, 200, 320, 413. OE. ge-lefan, OHG. gi-louben.

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