gip

[ jip ]
/ dʒɪp /
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verb (used with or without object), gipped, gip·ping, noun


Nearby words

  1. giorgi system,
  2. giorgione,
  3. giotto,
  4. giovanni bologna,
  5. giovanni da fiesole,
  6. gipon,
  7. gippsland,
  8. gippy,
  9. gipsies,
  10. gipsy

Related formsgip·per, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for gipper

gip

/ (dʒɪp) /

verb gips, gipping or gipped

a variant spelling of gyp 1
Northern English informal to vomit or feel like vomiting

noun

a variant spelling of gyp 2
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Word Origin and History for gipper

gip

attested from 1840 as an abbreviation of gypsy (q.v.). Also see gyp. Related: Gipped; gipping.

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Medicine definitions for gipper

GIP

abbr.

gastric inhibitory polypeptide

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