Pun Dictionary: G Entries

Boutique (One-Liners)
A good place to shop for fancy footwear is a bootique.
Gab On (Africa)
The Geography students were asked to shut up, but they continued to Gabon.
Gab Row (Geology)
All of the talkative geology students were put in one row, soon christened the "gabbro".
Gale (Meteorology)
The most common name of women from the Windy City: Gail.
Gale Force (Book Titles)
Strong Winds: Gail ForceJG
Gall-Ant (Tom Swifties)
"That young insect is female," said Tom gallantly.
Gallup Poll (Jokes)
How can one do a survey of jockeys? With a Gallop Poll.
Gander (Canada)
What's good for the goose is good for the Gander.
Garden of Eden (Cannibals)
If a good cannibal dies, does s/he go to the Garden of Eaten?
Gardener (Toronto)
A Gardiner is a person who maintains flowerbeds and vegetable gardens.
Gathering Dirt (Two-Liners)
Don't be worried about your TV and smart phone spying on you. Your vacuum cleaner has been gathering dirt on you for years.
Gathering Dust (Expressions)
I got rid of my broom and dustpan. They were just gathering dust.
Gaul (Tom Swifties)
"Je suis francais," Tom had the gall to claim.
Gay (Tom Swifties)
"I don't believe in mixed marriages," said Tom gaily.
Gee Whiz (Book Titles)
Good Gracious!: G. Whiz
Gee, I'm A Tree (Mathematics)
What a little acorn says when he grows up: Geometry!
General (Military)
As a general rule, it's a good idea to grovel to superior officers.
General Grant (Jokes)
I once won a scholarship by writing about the 18th American President. It wasn't much, just a general grant.
Generally (Book Titles)
How to be a Vague Soldier: General LeeA
Civil War jokes are General Lee frowned upon.
Generator (Book Titles)
The Source of Electricity: Jenny RatorA
Genius (Book Titles)
Mensa Man: Gene Yuss
Gentille [French] (Tom Swifties)
"Alouette, je te plumerai," sang Tom jauntily.
Georgia (Book Titles)
Gone With The Wind: George UhJG
Geriatric (Book Titles: Good)
Hockey for Grandparents: Jerry Hattricks
Geronimo (Hot Cross Puns)
What do you get when you cross an Indian with a cow? Geronimoo.
Gesture (Two-Liners)
Yesterday a clown held the door for me. It was a nice jester.
Get Into It (Expressions)
I lost interest in my tiny car. I just couldn't get into it.
Get It (Two-Liners)
"Your dog is so dumb, he doesn't even understand the concept of fetch." "Yeah, he just doesn't get it."
Get it Right (Book Titles)
Try, Try Again: Getty Trites
Get Over It (Jokes)
How do you get over a fear of speed bumps? You slowly get over it.
Getting Up (Book Titles)
I Hate Monday Mornings: Gaetan Upp
Gig [gigabyte] (One-Liners)
I started a band called 999 Megabytes - we haven't gotten a gig yet.
Gilt (Tom Swifties)
"It's just gold leaf," said Tom guiltily.
Ginger (Tom Swifties)
"Oh, this house tastes good!" said Hansel and Gretel, gingerly.
Ginger [Rodgers] (Tom Swifties)
"I'll bet Fred Astaire's dance partner spiced up his life," said Tom gingerly.OK
Ginger Ale (Book Titles)
Soda Pop History: Ginger Ailea
Gingerbread (One-Liners)
If a redhead works at a bakery, does that make him a ginger bread man?
Give It (Two-Liners)
The Historical Society was unable to sell the old prison gallows. They couldn't even gibbet away.
Give You Up (Expressions)
Rick Astley will let you borrow any movie from his Pixar collection except one. He's never gonna give you Up.
Glad He Ate Her (Cannibals)
Are cannibals who like extreme sports gladiators?
Glad It's (Names)
That thunderstorm was really scary. I'm Gladys over now.
Glad it's Night (Book Titles: Good)
I Hate the Sun: Gladys Knight
Glad to See Ya (Book Titles)
Hiya Fella: Gladys EeyaJG
Glam Organ (Europe: United Kingdom)
Where in Wales will you find a church organ all decked out in sequins, ruffles and feathers? In the Vale of Glam-organ.
Glass Cow (Europe: United Kingdom)
A transparent silica bovine: Glasgow.
Gleem [brand of toothpaste] (Tom Swifties)
"Someone bumped into me while I was brushing my teeth," said Tom with a gleam in his eye.
Glen Plaid (Book Titles)
Scottish Kilt Patterns: Glen PladdJG
Glock Spiel (One-Liners)
A person making a sales pitch for Glock pistols could use a glockenspiel.
Glowing (One-Liners)
If I want to get a job at the nuclear power plant, I will need a glowing reference.
"Eating uranium makes me feel funny," said Tom glowingly.
Glub (1) (Golf)
What a golfer says when he/she sinks: Club.
Glub (2) (Tom Swifties)
"Help, I'm drowning!" was Tom's glib, glib, glib chortle.
Glue 'em (Tom Swifties)
"PLEASE don't let me fall apart," pleaded Tom gloomily.
Gnomon (One-Liners)
I used a garden gnome as the centrepiece for a sundial, since all sundials need a gnomon them.
Go (Animals)
Livestock hymn: "Goat Tell it on the Mountain".
Go A (India)
How to tell a pesky geographer to get lost: "Goa way."
Go Back for Seconds (Expressions)
When a clock is hungry, it goes back four seconds.
Go Bee (Asia)
In the bee races, geographers shout "Gobi, go!"
Go For (Animals)
I'm hungry. Let's gopher some lunch now.
Go Inside (Mathematics)
What one does when it rains: Coincide.
Go on Ahead (Expressions)
Two hats were hanging on a hat rack in the hallway. One said to the other, "You stay here. I'll go on ahead."
Go Out (One-Liners)
I once had a cat I named Campfire because he kept going out in the rain.
Go Out on a High Note (Expressions)
The retiring opera singer wanted to go out on a high note.
Goal (One-Liners)
A goalie's goal in life is to have no goals.
Goal (1) (Geology)
When the geologist kicked the soccer ball into the net, she scored a coal, man.
Goal (2) (Hockey)
My goal in life is to play in the NHL.
Goalie (Undead)
Undead hockey and soccer teams have ghoulies to guard the net.
Gobbling (Jokes)
Why wasn't there any food left after the monster party? Because everyone was a goblin!
God Helps Those Who Help Themselves (Expressions)
A sign at a church function's buffet read "God helps those who help themselves."
Godfather (One-Liners)
The head of the Fish Mafia is the Codfather.
Goin Home (Book Titles)
Laid Off!: Gwen HomeJG
Going Out (Jokes)
What does one candle say to the other? "You going out tonight?"
Golden (Canada)
The town of Golden, British Columbia must be pretty quiet, since "Silence is Golden".
Golf (Physical)
The favourite sport of Geography profs is gulf.
Gone (1) (Australasia)
When a typhoon hits, the residents of this island read the book Guam With the Wind.
Gone (2) (Military)
Favourite military movie: "Gun with the Wind."
Gone with the Wind (Jokes)
A company that makes really large wind chimes could be called "Gong with the Wind".
Gonna (Africa)
I studied really hard for this test and I know I'm Ghana get a good mark.
Good (Vegetables)
"Mama, I ate all my pumpkin and squash!" "Gourd for you, sweetie!"
Good for What Ails You (Expressions)
French for garlic is l'ail. So it's true that garlic is good for what l'ails you.
Good Taste (Cannibals)
Cannibals only eat fully-dressed fashion designers because of their great taste in clothes.
Good to the Last Drop (Expressions)
Maxwell House is the skydivers' coffee because it's good to the last drop.
Goodness Gracious (Tom Swifties)
"Oh my goodness!" said Tom graciously.
Goodyear [brand of tire] (Two-Liners)
I had a happy childhood. My dad used to put me in tires and roll me downhill. Those were Goodyears.
Google (Redefinitions)
Kugel: A Jewish search engine.
Gorgeous (One-Liners)
Some river valleys are absolutely gorges.
Gorgonzola (Cheeses)
The cheese that will turn you to stone is Gorgon-zola.
The most Vice-Presidential cheese is Al Goregonzola.
Got (Jokes)
What happened to the man who shoplifted a calendar on New Year's Eve? He got 12 months.
Got Over It (Expressions)
I used to have a fear of hurdles, but I got over it.Pun.me
Got your back (Cannibals)
If a cannibal says he's got your back, would you feel reassured?
Goulash (Prepared)
If you encounter a ghoul, kill and burn it. Then you can have ghoul ash for dinner.
Grab it and Run (Book Titles)
We Do Theft Cases: Grabbitt & RunA
Grace (Tom Swifties)
"For the meal we are about to receive, may the Lord make us truly thankful," said Tom gracefully.
Graft (Plants)
If a gardener were to be imprisoned for a financial crime, it would be for graft.
Grainy (One-Liners)
I tried taking high-resolution photos of local farmland, but they all turned out really grainy.
Grand (Jokes)
When does a Dad joke cost $1000? When it's a Granddad joke.
Grand [piano] (Tom Swifties)
"I don't have to stand upright," said Tom grandly.
Grand Slam (Sports)
A Grand Slam is a big win or score in a sport, not closing a piano lid too hard.
Grandma (Greek Letters)
Gamma is married to Grandpa.
Grant Money (Book Titles)
The National Science Foundation: Grant MoneyJG
Grant Wishes (Book Titles: Good)
Genie in a Bottle: Grant Wishes
Granted (Geology)
Of all things, we must never take rocks for granite.
Graphite (Geology)
When geologists fight with charts, it's called a graphite.
Grapple (Meteorology)
It is sometimes difficult to graupel with the difficulties of cold rain formation.
Grasshopper (Animals)
Marijuana has been proven to cause animals to mutate! A rabbit jumped into a pot field and became a grass-hopper!
Grate (Tom Swifties)
"My dime rolled into the sewer," cried Tom gratefully.
Grater (Cheeses)
I cut my finger while shredding cheese, but I think that I have greater problems.
Grating [cheese] (Tom Swifties)
"Where's the cheese?" asked Tom gratingly.
Grave (Tom Swifties)
"I'll try to dig up a couple of friends," said Tom gravely.
Gravity (Physics)
"Is it very serious?" "Yes, it is a matter of the utmost gravity."
Gravy (Undead)
What do zombies put on their Halloween roasts? Grave-y. (And we shouldn't ask what the roast is…)
Great (Fruits)
I think eating raisins is a grape idea.
Greek (Music)
You're musically illiterate? Yep. All those notes and things are Grieg to me.
Green Land (North America)
Watching Mr. Green fly isn't as scary as watching Greenland.
Greg or Ian (Jokes)
Monday: Greg. Tuesday: Ian. Wednesday: Greg. Thursday: Ian. This is a Gregorian calendar.
Gregarious (Book Titles)
Put'er There, Pal!: Greg GariousJG
Greg-Gary (Tom Swifties)
"Let's invite Greg and Gary," said Tom gregariously.
Grimm [Brothers] (Tom Swifties)
"I collect fairy tales," said Tom grimly.
Grin and Bear It (Book Titles)
Lawyers of Suffering: Grin and Barrett
How do strippers deal with adversity? They grin and bare it.
Grind (One-Liners)
A hand-cranked coffee mill is the perfect gift for people who think work is a grind and a grind is work.
Grinned (Tom Swifties)
"I admit to being amused by your long joke with the stupid punchline," said Tom, chagrined.
Grisly (Jokes)
How about the bear that was hit by an 18-wheeler and splattered all over the place? They said it was a grizzly accident.
Grit (Tom Swifties)
"I've got sand in my food," said Tom grittily.
Gross [144] (Tom Swifties)
"I can eat one hundred and forty-four," Tom boasted grossly.
Ground (Jokes)
What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.
"Why does my coffee taste like mud?" "I don't know. It was ground a few minutes ago."
Ground-Breaking (Jokes)
What was the most ground-breaking invention? A shovel.
Grouse [bird] (Tom Swifties)
"Bad marksmanship," the hunter groused.
Growing (Two-Liners)
I don't understand why there aren't more farmers. Isn't it supposed to be a growing industry?
Grown (One-Liners)
Some people think that puns are juvenile, but I prefer to think of them as full-groan.
Grumpy (Tom Swifties)
"I am so one of the seven dwarfs!" he said grumpily.
Gruyère (Cheeses)
With what to cheesemakers hear? Their Gruy-ears.
Guacamole (Tom Swifties)
"Mash that avacado and add some seasoning," said Tom guacamole.
Guest (Tom Swifties)
"I must be on a visit," Tom guessed.
Guilty (Book Titles)
I Wuz Framed!: Gil TeeJG
Guinea (Africa)
I do not want to be a Guinea pig for your experiments.
Gulag (Undead)
A Russian prison for the undead would be called a ghoulag.
Gulp (Tom Swifties)
"And to think I swallowed that lie, hook, line and sinker!" Tom gulped.
Guns (Anatomy)
Killer dentists shoot people with gums.
Gush (Tom Swifties)
"I've been having an incontinence problem," Tom gushed.
Gust (One-Liners)
Does the Wind Giant eat his food with gusto?
Gustatorial (Book Titles)
The World's Best Recipes: Gus TatorialJG
Gut ["cat gut"] (Tom Swifties)
"That may cause my violin strings to snap," was Tom's gut reaction.
Guy And A (South America)
A Guyana girl may become husband and wife.
Guy Fawkes Day (One-Liners)
If you see a fox, name it Guy, so you can have an instant Guy Fawkes Day.
Guy-less (Tom Swifties)
"I don't have a boyfriend," said Mary guilelessly.
Gymnasium (Book Titles)
The Scent Of A Man: Jim NasiumJG
Gymnastics (Book Titles)
Flips and Tumbles: Jim Nasticsg
Gyp Some (Geology)
The con man tried to gypsum mineralogists with a fake ruby, but he got caught.
To Have Guts (Cannibals)
Is a courageous cannibal said to have guts?

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