interjection, verb (used with or without object), jeed, jee·ing.
Examples from the Web for jee
If Miranda has her way, this will be the summer of shimmering Chanel skirts, bright silk turbans, and sunglasses by Jee Vice.
She smiled and sighed, and then answered, "Jee (sir), it belonged to an Ameer (a great man)."Wanderings in India|John Lang
These names are strikingly peculiar, are usually of from four to six syllables, the last being usually "jee" or "bhoy."East of Suez|Frederic Courtland Penfield
Old Jee Hagadorn was sitting up now, and had exchanged some words with the couple.The Copperhead|Harold Frederic
The Countess, without blenching, gave the signal for what Sir Jee called the "adjournment" to the hall.The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns|Arnold Bennett
I told them to build the Jee suk aun, or prophet's lodge, strong, and gave particular directions for it.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft