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gee 1

 (jē)
n.
The letter g.

gee 2

 (jē)
interj.
Used to command an animal pulling a load to turn to the right.
intr.v. geed, gee·ing, gees
To turn to the right.

gee 3

also jee  (jē)
interj.
Used as a mild expletive or exclamation, as of surprise, enthusiasm, or sympathy.

[Alteration of Jesus.]

gee 4

 (jē)
n. Slang
A thousand dollars.

[From gee, from the first letter of grand.]

gee 5

 (jē)
n.
A unit of acceleration equal to 9.80665 meters (32.174 feet) per second per second, approximating the acceleration of gravity at the earth's surface.

[Pronunciation spelling of the letter g, abbreviation of acceleration of gravity.]

Gee

(dʒiː)
n
(Biography) Maurice. born 1931, New Zealand writer, noted for his trilogy of novels Plumb (1978), Meg (1981), and Sole Survivior (1983)

gee

(dʒiː)
interj
informal US and Canadian a mild exclamation of surprise, admiration, etc. Also: gee whizz
[C20: euphemism for Jesus]

Gee

(dʒiː)
n
(Biography) Maurice. born 1931, New Zealand writer, noted for his trilogy of novels Plumb (1978), Meg (1981), and Sole Survivior (1983)

gee1

(dʒi)

interj., v. geed, gee•ing. interj.
1. (used as a command to a horse or other draft animal to turn to the right or, esp. in the phrase gee up, to go faster.)
v.t., v.i.
2. to turn or make a turn to the right.
Compare haw 2.
[1620–30; orig. uncertain]

gee2

(dʒi)

interj.
(used to express surprise, disappointment, enthusiasm, or simple emphasis.)
[1890–95, Amer.; euphemism for Jesus]

gee4

(dʒi)

n.
1. the letter G.
2. Slang. one thousand dollars.
[1925–30; sp. of German, abbr. for grand (a thousand dollars)]

gee


Past participle: geed
Gerund: geeing

Imperative
gee
gee
Present
I gee
you gee
he/she/it gees
we gee
you gee
they gee
Preterite
I geed
you geed
he/she/it geed
we geed
you geed
they geed
Present Continuous
I am geeing
you are geeing
he/she/it is geeing
we are geeing
you are geeing
they are geeing
Present Perfect
I have geed
you have geed
he/she/it has geed
we have geed
you have geed
they have geed
Past Continuous
I was geeing
you were geeing
he/she/it was geeing
we were geeing
you were geeing
they were geeing
Past Perfect
I had geed
you had geed
he/she/it had geed
we had geed
you had geed
they had geed
Future
I will gee
you will gee
he/she/it will gee
we will gee
you will gee
they will gee
Future Perfect
I will have geed
you will have geed
he/she/it will have geed
we will have geed
you will have geed
they will have geed
Future Continuous
I will be geeing
you will be geeing
he/she/it will be geeing
we will be geeing
you will be geeing
they will be geeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been geeing
you have been geeing
he/she/it has been geeing
we have been geeing
you have been geeing
they have been geeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been geeing
you will have been geeing
he/she/it will have been geeing
we will have been geeing
you will have been geeing
they will have been geeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been geeing
you had been geeing
he/she/it had been geeing
we had been geeing
you had been geeing
they had been geeing
Conditional
I would gee
you would gee
he/she/it would gee
we would gee
you would gee
they would gee
Past Conditional
I would have geed
you would have geed
he/she/it would have geed
we would have geed
you would have geed
they would have geed

Gee

A verbal command sometimes used instead of reins to direct a horse to turn to the right.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gee - a unit of force equal to the force exerted by gravity; used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it is accelerated
force unit - a unit of measurement of physical force
Verb1.gee - turn to the right side; "the horse geed"
turn - change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense; "Turn towards me"; "The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face"; "She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs"
2.gee - give a command to a horse to turn to the right side
cry out, exclaim, call out, outcry, shout, cry - utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy; "`I won!' he exclaimed"; "`Help!' she cried"; "`I'm here,' the mother shouted when she saw her child looking lost"
Translations
gee

gee

1 [dʒiː] EXCL (esp US) → ¡caramba!
gee whiz!¡córcholis!
gee up!¡arre!

gee

[ˈdʒiː] excl (US)ça alors

gee

interj
(esp US inf) → Mensch (inf), → Mann (inf); gee whiz!Mensch Meier! (inf)
(to horse) gee up!hü!

gee

[dʒiː] excl (Am) → cribbio
References in classic literature ?
Gee up, Dobbin, Gee ho, Dobbin, Gee up, Dobbin, Gee up, and gee ho - o - o!
He pulled on his long mittens, roused the dogs to their feet, and took his Place at the gee pole.
Come, Sophy, once more let me beg you to be a good girl, and gee me your consent before your cousin.
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A friend of the two women who witnessed the attack said the men on the moped had been hanging around the building where Gee and Trup, both 18, had been staying in Stone Town.
Gee hit back and managed to reduce the deficit to 12-7 after 14, but that was as close as it got.
Recorder Nicholas Cartwright told Gee there were clearly two sides to his character - a young man who was extremely kind, and someone prone to serious violence in public places.
But on April 1 this year, Gee, of Urswick Close, Middlesbrough, turned up at his ex-girlfriend's home.
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The job as head of corporate services wasn't advertised externally and Gee was the only candidate.
Gee, of Oakhouse Park, Walton, was jailed for two burglaries in February last year.