We should also delete 'c' from the English alphabet because it is clearly useless, replacing soft instances with 's' and hard instances with 'k'.
You sertainly kan't argue with that. It just makes sense.
We kan delete 'q' on a similar basis, replasing it with 'kw'. Then, words like 'kween' and 'Kwanzaa' will fall into line... and we kan spell 'quiche' as 'keesh', too, bekause the soft 'ch' is obviously superfluous to our language needs, as is that extra 'e'.
Aktooly, let'z just giv up on Inglish spelin kompleetly, koz it'z just stoopid, lol.
"Å gjøre" can be used to mean "to make", but in the context of making someone do/feel/be something.
"Hun gjør meg glad."
"She makes me happy."
You may see it in the meaning of "to fashion/craft" in older texts, as it's used that way in Danish, but in contemporary Norwegian it would be a rarity.