geep

[ geep ]
/ gip /

noun, plural geep.

the hybrid offspring of agoat and a sheep.

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Also called shoat.

Origin of geep

First recorded in 1970–75; g(oat) + (sh)eep
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Example sentences from the Web for geep

  • Idt's jeaper to stay in pedt sometimes as to geep a fire a-goin' all the time.

  • Did I not tell you to geep that car in the garage at the back of the clubhouse, where it vould not be damaged.

  • Geep your eysh shut dight—oof yoo opens dem at all yoo are gone—and run mit me.

    Nasby in Exile|David R. Locke
  • But when he did notice, he made a noise like a throttled "Geep!"

    The Asses of Balaam|Gordon Randall Garrett