Webster's Collaborative New Word Dictionary - G
Galentine’s Day: a holiday observed on February 13th as a time to celebrate friendships especially among women.
garrick (n.): the leerfish, Lichia amia (family Carangidae).
ghost kitchen: a commercial cooking facility used for the preparation of food consumed off the premises — called also cloud kitchen, dark kitchen..
gift economy: a system in which goods and services are given freely between people rather than sold or bartered.
gig worker (n.): a person who works temporary jobs typically in the service sector as an independent contractor or freelancer.
Gist (v.): transitive. To reduce (a text, document, etc.) to its essence or gist; to condense, summarize, or précis.
glatt kosher (adj.): designating food prepared according to a strict interpretation of Jewish dietary law; of or relating to such food; strictly kosher.
Goetta: meat (such as pork) mixed with oats, onions, and spices and fried in the form of a patty.
greenwash (v): 1) to make (something, such as a product, policy, or practice) appear to be more environmentally friendly or less environmentally damaging than it really is 2): to mislead (someone) by means of greenwashing
greenwash (n): something (such as a claim or action) that is intended to make a product, policy, activity, etc. appear to be more environmentally friendly or less environmentally damaging than it really is.
gypsy's (n.): an act of urination; = piss.