noun, plural gil·lies. Scot.
Definition for gilly (2 of 3)
noun, plural gil·lies.
verb (used with or without object), gil·lied, gil·ly·ing.
Origin of gilly2
Definition for gilly (3 of 3)
- a hunting or fishing guide.
- a male attendant or personal servant to a Highland chieftain.
Origin of gillie
Examples from the Web for gilly
But after his wildling girlfriend Gilly reappears at the gate, he begins to grow up.Game of Thrones’ 'The Watchers on the Wall': The Battle of Castle Black Is One For the Ages|Andrew Romano|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Great Gilly Hopkins By Katherine Paterson This is also a fabulous book to listen to with kids, though expect to cry.Emily Bazelon’s Book Bag: The Essential Bildungsromans|Emily Bazelon|February 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jon refuses to do that with Gilly (Hannah Murray), the wildling girl, and for the right reasons.Kit Harington on ‘Game of Thrones,’ Fame, and Playing Emo Hero Jon Snow|Jace Lacob|April 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hannah understands that intuitively; her Gilly is also lovable and fetching and sympathetic.
Gilly Storey is a personal stylist who can whip your look into shape.
And not a word of regret out of her when she found we were coming away, with Gilly, to the Rockies, added Joan.Girl Scouts in the Rockies|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
The little animal that had been in the claws of the crane came to Gilly of the Goatskin.The King of Ireland's Son|Padraic Colum
"If you're looking out for a really sound way of investing five thousand pounds—" Gilly began.
Seems to me that I smell braw parritch; or is it kail-brose ye would be steaming there, gilly?The Boy Scouts on the Yukon|Ralph Victor
Nothing in the business line turned up after Gilly had departed to recruit his nerves.