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  • coin So I promised him and he paid the price in good cheechako coin Which the same I blowed in that very night down in the Tenderloin – Ballad of Basphemous Bill by Hank Snow
  • conn Powell remained in Dublin for fifteen years, but the only other products of his press still in existence are two proclamations, one issued in 1561 against Shane O'Neill, the other in 1564 against the O'Connors, and A Brefe Declaration of certein Principall Articles of Religion, a quarto of eight leaves set out by order of Sir Henry Sidney in 1566. In 1571 John O'Kearney, Treasurer of St. Patrick's, was presented with a fount of Irish type by Queen Elizabeth, and a Catechism by him and a broadside poem on the Last Judgment, by Philip, son of Conn Crosach, both in Irish type, are still extant.
  • corn
  • gain And why should one ask for advice, who does not expect to gain his health?
  • gen Persons very familiar with the domestic relations of Gen.
  • gig He found that the off-wheel of his gig was locked in that of another conveyance of some kind.
  • gigo
  • gin Martin thought one bottle hadn't enough sugar-candy in it, so they put in some more; and Old Gillman thought another bottle hadn't enough gin in it, so they also put in some more.
  • ginger "And this ginger ale," holding up his glass, "is good.
  • given And so you've given it up?
  • going This time I am going with wife and child.
  • gone There, he is gone!
  • gong The dressing-gong began to boom.
  • goon
  • gown
  • groan
  • groin
  • grown
  • gun
  • gwyn In the box over him was Mistress Gwyn herself, and the people cried at her good-humouredly when she came in, at which she bowed very merrily as if she were royal, this way and that, so that the whole play-house was full of laughter.
  • ion
  • John
  • join
  • kin
  • king
  • lion
  • sign
  • zion Zion and Bryce Canyon, Utah.
  • Gog He looked larger than ever before-a sort of Gog or Magog.
  • Jinn
  • koan
  • Dion
  • Gino
  • Jon
  • Gina
  • Ginny
  • Joan
  • GONNA
  • GEOG
  • abecedaries
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