In this paper, we define a g-regular semigroup which is a generalization of a regular semigroup. And we want to find some properties of g-regular semigroup. G-regular semigroups contains the variety of all regular semigroup and the variety of all periodic semigroup. If a is an element of a semigroup S, the smallest left ideal containing a is Sa.cup.{a}, which we may conveniently write as

a, and which we shall call the principal left ideal generated by a. An equivalence relation l on S is then defined by the rule alb if and only if a and b generate the same principal left ideal, i.e. if and only if

a=

b. Similarly, we can define the relation R. The equivalence relation D is R.L and the principal two sided ideal generated by an element a of S is

a

. We write aqb if

a

=

b

, i.e. if there exist x,y,u,v in

for which xay=b, ubv=a. It is immediate that D.contnd.q. A semigroup S is called periodic if all its elements are of finite order. A finite semigroup is necessarily periodic semigroup. It is well known that in a periodic semigroup, D=q. An element a of a semigroup S is called regular if there exists x in S such that axa=a. The semigroup S is called regular if all its elements are regular. The following is the property of D-classes of regular semigroup.group.