Slang for the city of Guildford in Surrey in the south of England. Used by locals as a charming colloquialism for their place of residence.
"I'm getting into Gtown at about 8, meet in spoons?"
von TVDP 30. März 2010
Slang for Galveston, Tx. Postioned on the gulf coast and full of dirty, toothless people and vagrants. The surf is considered par at best and the fishing is about the same
I want to go to the beach. How about gtown? It's gross but that is all we have.
von agentwilderness 4. Februar 2009
The name G Town originally derives from the suburb in mid western Sydney (Australia) known as 'Greystanes'. The name became popular and heavily used amongst Teenagers as a reputation was built that 'G Town' was a 'cool', and 'hip' place to live.

The guidelines of using the term are vague, as modifications are made constantly, for example, 'The G'.

The 'G' of Greystanes has been incorporated into other names, for example. The local watering hole, the Greystanes Inn, is casually known as the 'GI'.
Hey mate, I hear you're from G Town too, lets hit up the GI for a beer some time.
von Daniel Bligh 23. Mai 2006
Any town that starts with G, i.e. Goffstown, New Hampshire.
1: Hey - let's head out to Goffstown tonight!
2: G-Town! Sounds good!
von CatfoodPhotography 28. November 2010
Glasgow Town, Scotland
Going down to GTown - Going to Glasgow Town
von trv 26. August 2012
The word G Town originated in Geelong, Victoria, in Australia. It was used as a try hard ghetto slang, if you were reppin' Geelong. Since it started, it has taken off as quite a hip and popular choice of wording.
yall coming to G Town tonight?
von geto supastar 8. Juni 2007
g-town can be any city that starts with g or most likely used here in garland as garland high schools nick name
i am going to g-town baby!
von daniel from garland 11. Oktober 2005

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