Reverse Dictionary: GE – GENIS

GEAR – nouns
– CLOBBER clothing; gear, equipment …L19 sl.
– DUFFLE gear; small personal property; trash …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
GELD – verbs
– UNGEAR † to castrate, to geld …1788 Sc.
GELDED – adjectives
– CLEAN † gelded …a1642
GELDING – nouns
– GOW a gelding …1930 Amer. dial.
GEM – adjectives (also see JEWEL)
– GEMMARY † concerned with or skilled in gems …1382
– GEMMEOUS pert. to a gem …1605
– GEMMIFEROUS producing gems …1656
– ORIENT applied to pearls and precious stones of superior value and brilliancy, as coming anciently from the East; precious, excellent; brilliant, lustrous, sparkling …c1400
– ORIENTAL applied to pearls and precious stones …c1385
gem – nouns
– GEMMERY * gems as an object of connoisseurship …1840
– GEMMOLOGY n. the science of gems …1811
– GEMMOSITY † the quality of being a jewel; an abundance of precious stones …1656
– ORIENTAL † an oriental pearl or other gem …1377
gem – person 
– DACTYLIOGLYPH an engraver of gems for finger-rings …1850
– DACTYLIOGLYPHIST an engraver of gems for finger-rings …1850
– DACTYLIOGRAPHER one who describes finger-rings, engraved seals, etc. …1872
– GEMMARY † an engraver of gems; a jeweller …1382
GENDER – person
– GENDER DYSPHORIC a person with gender dysphoria (persistent dissatisfaction with or distress relating to one’s anatomic sex) …1980
– GENDER-FUCK a man who shocks the heterosexual world by openly adopting women’s clothes, thus destroying the assumptions about male/female separatism; also, a woman doing the opposite …1979 sl.
– GENDERQUEER a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions, but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders …1995
– GLBT a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgendered person …2004
– ETION † kindred, lineage; descent, genealogy …1742 Sc.
genealogy – person
– GENEALOGER †* a genealogist …1654
– GENEALOGIST one who traces the descent of persons, or who is interested in the study of genealogies …1605
– GENEALOGIZER a genealogist; one who traces the descent of persons or families …1846 
GENERAL – adjectives
– PANIC † universal, general …a1661 nonce use
– SUMMARY † general, not detailed …1529
general – adverbs 
– IMPERATORIOUSLY † as a commander or general …1620
general – nouns 
– BUTTON a general’s star …a1984 US Army usage
GENERALLY – adverbs
– BY A SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– BY SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– BY THE SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– IN A SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– IN SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– IN THE SLUMP as a whole, collectively, at a rough estimate …L17 Sc.
– MAINLY-WHAT for the most part, generally …1885 Eng. dial.
– VERY MOST generally …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– RACE †* a generation …1549-62
– SUCCESSIONS   (future or successive) generations …c1430
generation – person
– GENERATION Xer a member of Generation X (a generation of young people about whose future there is uncertainty; a lost generation; later, a generation of young people (esp. North Americans reaching adulthood in the 1980s and 1990s) perceived to disaffected, directionless, or irresponsible, and reluctant to participate in society) …1989 orig. Amer
– GENERATION Yer a member of Generation Y (the generation of people following Generation , esp. regarded as having attitudes or values which are in direct contrast to those of the preceding generation) …1996
– SLACKER a person regarded as one of a large group or generation of young people, esp. in the early to mid 1990s, characterized by apathy, aimlessness, and lack of ambition …1990 US
– CUSTINESS † generosity, munificence …c1000
GENEROUS – adjectives
– BIG-HEARTED generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– BROADGAUGED generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– CLEVER generous …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– CUSTY † generous with one’s money or possessions; charitable, munificent …c1175
– DAP of a person: pleasant; generous …1956 US Black sl.
– FREE-AND-EASY generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– FREE-HANDED generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– GIVEY generous …1963 Amer. dial.
– GOOD-HANDED generous …1969 Amer. dial.
– GREAT-HEARTED having a noble or generous spirit …LME
– HANDSOME generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LARGE † liberal in giving; generous; bountiful, munificent; open-handed; also, liberal in expenditure, prodigal, lavish …c1175
– LARGE-HANDED generous, liberal, open-handed …a1628
– LARGIFICAL †* bestowing bountifully; generous, liberal, bountiful, ample …1656
– MAGNANIMOUS generous in feeling or conduct; not petty …M16
– MANLY † humane, charitable; generous …1377
– MANNERLY generous; pleasant …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MENSEFUL hospitable; generous, liberal …1885 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– OPEN generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– RACIAL generous, open-handed …1940s W. Indies usage
– RAFFIE abundant, generous, plentiful, well-supplied …1871 Sc.
– RAFFY abundant, generous, liberal, plentiful, well-supplied …1871 Sc.
– ROOM-HANDED † liberal, generous …c1200
– SPORTY generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– SPUNKIE generous …1892 Sc.
– WHITE generous …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– YAPPY over-generous …1990s US college sl.
generous – nouns
– NATURESSE † natural affection or feeling; a generous act …a1412
generous – person 
– GENTLE KNIGHT a noble, generous, courteous person …1590 arch.
– HEART OF GOLD a kind, generous, brave, or noble-hearted person …1542
– JELLY a foolishly generous person; a soft touch …1968 Amer. dial.
– MONEY MACHINE a generous person …1997 US sl.
– NATURAL a clever, quick-witted, generous man …1859 Amer. thieves’ sl.
– PARTER a generous person, one who pays up without complaint …M19 sl.
– POTLATCHER a generous man …1958 Amer. dial.
– SANTA CLAUS a generous benefactor …20C US sl.
– TIPPET a generous person; someone who treats their companions …16C
generous – verbs
– CAST ONE’S BREAD UPON THE WATERS to be generous without expecting any reward …Bk1999 
– MAKE A BIG FELLER OF ONESELF to give the impression that one is generous or forgiving …c1945 Aust. sl.
– OPEN ONE’S HEART to be generous; usually used in irony …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
generous – phrases 
– NOT GIVE THE STEAM OF YOUR PISS expresses an absolute refusal to give or be generous …2000 UK sl.
– NOT GIVE THE STEAM OFF YOUR TURDS expresses an absolute refusal to give or be generous …2000 UK sl.
GENEROUSLY – adverbs
– LARGE † liberally, generously …1477
– LARGELY liberally, generously, bountifully …c1230 now arch.
– MANLY † like a human being; humanely, courteously; generously …1377
GENETICS – person
– GENETICIST an expert or specialist in genetics; in later use often used with a distinguishing word denoting a branch of genetics …1911
– MOGUL a Mongol or Mongolian; spec. any member or follower of the Mogul dynasty; also, a follower of Genghis Khan in the 13th century …1598
GENIAL – adjectives
– BEIN † pleasant, genial, kindly …a1200
– BOON convivial, jolly, genial …M16
– HEARTSOME full of mirth, merry, cheerful, lively, light-hearted, joyous; pleasant, genial …1724 chiefly Sc.
– SANSHACH pleasant, agreeable, genial …1969 Sc.
– SUNBEAMED † as bright as the sun; genial, kind …1588
– SUNBEAMY kind, genial …1890
genial – person
– HANDSHAKER a person who makes a show of being genial, esp. one who attempts to curry favour with insincere flattery; a sycophant, a toady …1884 US colloq.
GENIALLY – adverbs
– BEIN † pleasantly, genially, kindly …c1400 obs. exc. Sc.
– BENIGNLY of things: genially, favourably, auspiciously …a1687