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gallon
Middle English =galoungalon
game
Anglo-Saxon =gamen
gather
Middle English =gadre
gentleman
Middle English =gentilman
gauntlet
Old French =gantelet
ginger
Middle English =gyngeregingergynger
girl
Middle English =gerlegirle
definition =a young person, either a girl or a boy (probably before
puberty).
give
Middle English =yif
go
Anglo-Saxon =gan
Middle English =gogoon
goblet
Old French =gobeletgoblet
god
Middle English =godgodd
gold
Middle English =goldgooldguld
good
Middle English =godegoode
grant
Middle English =grantengraunten
Old French =craantergrantergraantergrantgraant
gravy
Middle English =grauey
grease
Middle English =grese
great
Middle English =gretgrete
green
Anglo-Saxon =grene
Middle English =grene
gridiron
Middle English =grediregredryn
griffin
Middle English =griffyn
Old French =grifon
grind
Middle English =gryndegrinde
guard
Middle English =garde
Old French =gardegarder
gules
Middle English =goules
Old French =gueules
guild
Anglo-Saxon =gegyld
Middle English =gyldeyelde
Old Norse =gildi
hand
Middle English =hond
hang
Middle English =hangehongehong
have
Middle English =haue
heap
Middle English =hepe
heat
Middle English =hete
herbs
Middle English =erbyswortys
hew
Middle English =hewe
hone
Anglo-Saxon =han
definition =a stone
Middle English =honehoone
honest
Middle English =honestonest
Old French =honestehonneste
honestly
Old French =honestehonneste
honey
Anglo-Saxon =hunig
Middle English =honyhunighuny
honeycomb
Anglo-Saxon =hunigcamb
honeysucle
Anglo-Saxon =hunigsucehunig sucan
Middle English =honysocle
honor
Middle English =honorhonouronouronur
Old French =honorhounoronorounour
-hood
Middle English =-hod-hode
definition =as in Robinhood
hood
Anglo-Saxon =hod
Middle English =hodhood
hoof
Anglo-Saxon =hof
Middle English =hofhoof
hook
Anglo-Saxon =hoc
Middle English =hok
hornet
Anglo-Saxon =hyrnethyrnete
hornpipe
Middle English =hornpype
horrible
Old French =horribleorible
horse
Anglo-Saxon =hors
Middle English =hors
hot
Middle English =hotehoote