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British Dictionary definitions for gee-gee

gee-gee

noun
  1. slang a horse

Word Origin

C19: reduplication of gee 1
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Examples from the Web for gee-gee

Historical Examples

  • “I guess it was my own sense of proportion that got out of kilter, Gee-Gee,” he finally said.

    The Prairie Mother

    Arthur Stringer

  • Gee-gee didnt know what amenities meant and that made her madder.

    Nothing But the Truth

    Frederic S. Isham

  • Gee-gee felt this, having quite an instinct in such matters.

    Nothing But the Truth

    Frederic S. Isham

  • There were times when Gee-gee just had to moralize; it was born in her to do so.

    Nothing But the Truth

    Frederic S. Isham

  • As Gid-up and Gee-gee were inseparable, it was but a step to place one by the other.

    Nothing But the Truth

    Frederic S. Isham