Consistent with the Mitchell Report, goi freezes all settlement activity (including natural growth of settlements).
"I was goin't' ask you—her—what to do about—about something," she said, falteringly.
Im glad you told me; I must goi must go back at once and see for myself.
A day or two now, and one of us may goi care not which it be, for the other will not be long in tarrying.
goi′tred, goi′tered, affected with goitre; goi′trous, pertaining to goitre.
"Mebbe I'm goin'to be Premier of Canada, some day," said one youngster, poking his bare toes as near as he dared to the flames.
I was goin't thru the woods one day, and come up sudden in a clear patch of ground.
The stuff he was goin'to buy for you is here in the baggage-room, 'cause he said so, an' we'll see him before long.
Mrs. Merideth, who heard, could only wring her hands and moan again: I cant have them goi cant have them go!
Im crazy to goi bet theyd take me for a drummer-boy if I could get rid of these, with a disgusted glance at his crutches.
"gentile, non-Jew" (plural goyim), 1835, from Hebrew goy "people, nation;" in Mishnaic and Modern Hebrew, also "gentile."