Gods: Immortal beings, also called deities, worshipped by their followers and invoked for magic. A "god" is generally male, whereas the female version is "goddess".
Grammary: Written magic, including symbols, signs, Ogham, and sigils.
Grain Dolly: Figure usually woven at Imbolc from dried sheaves of grain collected at the previous harvest. The dolly is traditionally burned at Yule and a new one made the following Imbolc.
Granny woman: A female shaman, usually of the Appalachian Mountain region of the U.S.
Great Rite: Symbolic sexual union (also sacred marriage) of the Goddess and God that is enacted at Beltane in many traditions, and other Sabbats in other traditions. It symbolizes the primal act of creation from which all life comes. In Wicca, the major ritual of polarity between a man an and a woman. In most traditions, the actual Great Rite is performed by the couple in private, and only between a married pair of established lovers.
Green Man: Another name for the God; referring to his aspect of Lord of the Woodlands.
Grimoire: A magical workbook which contains various information on rituals, formulae, correspondences, and preparation of ritual tools and space. Similar to a Book of Shadows.
Gris-Gris: In African religious systems, a charm, fetish, or amulet.
Grounding: Dispersing excess energy generated during any magical rite or working by sending it into the earth. It also means the process of centering oneself in the physical world both before and after any ritual or astral experience.
Grove: Synonymous with coven.
Guardians: Ceremonial magicians use the guardians of the watchtowers or guardians of the four quarters. Some witches use them as well. There are those that see these guardians as ugly little biddies, such as lizards, dragons, etc.
Gydhia: Feminine form of godhi; pronounced "gih-thee-ah"