Origin of gi
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
or G.I.'s, G.I.s.
Origin of GI's
Examples from the Web for gis
Contemporary Examples of 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
January 13, 2014
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
March 22, 2013
As many, every six months, as all the GIs killed in combat in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.Bernard-Henri Lévy: My Wish for America
December 30, 2012
Historical Examples of gis
By this gis 1233 does Love, amid his riches, deceive the eye.
The gis of their Minerva was only said to turn men into stones.
A decree of Prince Philip, in 1553, was its gis and was constantly invoked.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1
Henry Charles Lea
When arrayed for war she wore a golden helmet and carried a shield, or gis.Greek Sculpture
Estelle M. Hurll
Whatever may have been her motive, she put her gis over our head.The Arena