Origin of gi
Definition for gis (2 of 3)
noun, plural GI's or GIs.
verb (used with object), GI'd, GI'ing.
verb (used without object), GI'd, GI'ing.
Origin of GI
Definition for gis (3 of 3)
or G.I.'s, G.I.s.
Origin of GI's
Examples from the Web for gis
Only the brave efforts of American Marines and GIs prevented the complete collapse of the state.Al Qaeda’s Next Comeback Could Be Afghanistan And Pakistan|Bruce Riedel|January 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their small world—previously limited to the Shepparton-Cummeragunja area—expands as they meet African-American GIs in Vietnam.‘The Sapphires’: Tony Briggs and His Mum on Racism in Australia, Music & More|Jean Trinh|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As many, every six months, as all the GIs killed in combat in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.
The gis of their Minerva was only said to turn men into stones.
When he grew up, beneath the gis of the Countess, he completed his education, and at a later day entered society.
They are all under the gis of His protection, and for their sakes kings of many a dynasty and age have been rebuked.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Volume III|Alexander Maclaren
But the gis of the redoubtable Dr. Webster had been thrown over him, and the pother in time died away.Allan Ramsay|William Henry Oliphant Smeaton
This, of course, unless the whole thing is gone into under the gis of some experienced owner, as before suggested.A Manual of Toy Dogs|Mrs. Leslie Williams