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gie

[ gee ]

verb (used with or without object)

, Chiefly Scot.
gieinggied gied or gien [geen],


gie

/ ɡiː /

verb

  1. See give
    a Scot word for give


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Example Sentences

We received messages from Europe that it's time to gie Iran a military threat.

Woman—Thou beest a sound sleeper—Wake up, and see to thy bairn, and I will gie thee both a good breakfast.

We've left the school the day, Mr. Walker, an' Mysie an' me want to ken if ye can gie us a job on the pitheid?

"Gie's my socks," he ordered grumpily, flinging Robert's socks into the far corner of the kitchen.

I'm saying—my lads—will ye gie ower this weary warrk a wee whilee and sheer a wheen sheep to me?

"Gie her her will, or she'll burst," quo' the man when his wife kamed his head with the three-legged stool.

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