Origin of gey
Words nearby gey
How to use gey in a sentence
"We did gey well," he resumed in his even monotone, like a man who was repeating something he had learned by heart.
So it was, that for a' the money we made we've been gey little the better o't, an' very much the worse o' it.
"You've surely been gey hard ca'd wherever you hae been," and there was a note of curiosity in her voice.
Wi' a' that he had upon his mind, it was gey and unlikely Mr. Soulis wad get muckle sleep.
His mother used to say of him that he was "gey ill to live with," and Miss Welsh whom he married had a fiery temper.How to be Happy Though Married|E. J. Hardy.