verb (used with or without object), gied, gied or gien [geen] /gin/, gie·ing. Chiefly Scot.
Origin of gi
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Contemporary Examples of gie
We received messages from Europe that it's time to gie Iran a military threat.Closer to Settlers Than Reality
May 21, 2013
Historical Examples of gie
Gie me the kiss, mither, for a've been waitin' for ye, an' a'll sune be asleep.A Doctor of the Old School, Part 4
What hae ye ever dune to gie a body ony richt to believe in ye?
It's ta'en ae colour frae her a'ready, and begud to gie her anither!
“Gie me up my bannet, ye whelp,” said the coachman, angrily.
Of course, he got his trade—he had to gie him his trade after that.St. Cuthbert's
Robert E. Knowles