verb (used with or without object), gied, gied or gien [geen] /gin/, gie·ing. Chiefly Scot.
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We received messages from Europe that it's time to gie Iran a military threat.
But lest ye should be ower greatly tempted, I e'en threw the plaidie ower251 ye to gie ye time to consider better.Lochinvar|S. R. Crockett
Ye sail stay wi' me till he kens a' the ins and outs o' it, then I'll gie ye twenty pounds.Winter Evening Tales|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
All gie ye a cry on Monday—sic an auld fule—but theres no ane o them tae mind anither in the hale pairish.
A hinna time tae wait for dinner; gie me some cheese an cake in ma haund, and Jess ill tak a pail o meal an water.
Gin ye promise to wed a decent lass, I'll e'en gie ye a farm o' your ain.Tales of Our Coast|S. R. Crockett