In the tlhIngan Hol language, the closest letter to "g" is transliterated as "gh".

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Alphabetical list of Klingonese glossary
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tlhIngan Hol pronoun, commonly translated as "she/he" (or "her/him"), though in some cases it might also be translated as "it". This singular third-person pronoun is neutral with regard to gender, but is only used of beings capable of using language to communicate. (tlhIngan Hol reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
ghe'tor, ghe''or 
Gre'thor, a Klingon mythological equivalent to Hell, is the afterlife for the dishonored dead. Contrast Sto-Vo-Kor. (ST reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)
ghentagh (genTag
"Character depth" in dramatism. (DS9 - The Left Hand of Destiny novel: Book One)
ghIlo'meH (glommer or glo'meH
A type of genetically engineered predator animal. (ST novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)
ghobchuq loDnI'pu' 
A well-known statuette depicting a fight between Kahless and his brother Morath. The title literally means "the brothers battle each other". (ST video game: Star Trek: Klingon)
ghojmeH taj 
tlhIngan Hol for "boy's knife", or "knife for learning". (ST novel: Klingon)
tlhIngan Hol for "teacher" or "mentor", used as a title when referring to a mok'bara instructor. (TNG - Perchance to Dream comic: "By a Sleep to Say We End"; TNG novel: Diplomatic Implausibility)
Glass or tankard. (DS9 episode: "Blood Oath")
ghojmoq (ghojmok
tlhIngan Hol for "nursemaid". (TNG episode: "Sins of the Father"; TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible; ST reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
tlhIngan Hol curse word. (ST novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)
Klingonaase for "deadly game", see also IKS Gomex-zha. (FASA RPG module: Termination: 1456)
Klingon word for acne. When the Ba'ku's planet's "fountain of youth" qualities resulted in Worf developing a large gorch, Jean-Luc Picard thought it was the result of a fight. Data corrected him, explaining the gorch, to which Picard added, "It's hardly noticeable." William T. Riker's own response to the gorch: "You Klingons never do anything small, do you?" (TNG movie: Insurrection)
tlhIngan Hol term for individuals of the Gorn species. (STO novel: The Needs of the Many)
Klingonaase swear word. (TOS novel: The Final Reflection)
Klingonaase word that some might translate as "ugly", but more accurately means "unattractive for mating". It is considered an insult, but only between members of the same species. (FASA module: The Klingons)
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