What Does G2H Mean?

G2H means "Go to Hell." The abbreviation GTH is an angry way to tell someone to leave you alone or stop talking to you. In some religions and in folklore, Hell is a place of purgatory and torment in the afterlife.

American Country singer Dolly Parton recorded a track entitled "Go To Hell" on her album "For God and Country," which was released in 2003, to mixed reviews.

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When I write G2H, I mean this: meaning of G2H G2H is an angry way of telling someone to leave you alone.

Summary of Key Points

"Go to Hell" is the most common definition for G2H on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Go to Hell
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers


Examples of G2H in Sentences

Here are examples of G2H being used in conversations:
  • Norman: None of the passengers were killed.
  • Dave: WAS killed. Remember your grammar!
  • Norman: G2H. None can be singular or plural.
  • Sharnie: I know I dumped you last night, but do you want to be my boyfriend again?
  • Alan: No. You've done it once too often. G2H.

An Academic Look at G2H

"Go To Hell" is an idiom that is typically used as an imperative (i.e., an order). It is an example of figurative language. Figurative language uses similes, metaphors, hyperbole, and personification to describe something, whereas literal language says exactly what it means.

The abbreviation G2H is classified as a cyber term as opposed to an initialism abbreviation or an acronym. Initially, cyber terms were introduced for brevity, but, particularly with the advent of predictive texting and on-screen keyboards, they are now mostly employed for fun.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "Get lost!" or "Drop dead!" instead of using G2H.

Using Numbers in Texts

This video shows the different ways that numbers are used in "text speak":

Example of G2H Used in a Text


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