gee-gee


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gee-gee

(ˈdʒiːˌdʒiː)
n
(Animals) slang a horse
[C19: reduplication of gee1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gee-gee - a word for horse used by children or in adult slang
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
Translations

gee-gee

[ˈdʒiːdʒiː] N (child language) → caballito m, jaca f

gee-gee

n (baby-talk)Hottehü nt (inf)
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CILLA BLACK, Gerry and the Pacemakers, right, and The Beatles were all winners of Gee-Gee Gold Stars Awards for 1965.
The WAG was snapped in her private box at Aintree on Thursday cheering and whopping in delight as her gee-gee romped to victory.
Now they will spend the wee small hours staring at the ceiling tiles and wondering if that giant gee-gee is, in fact, hollow and filled with legions of French types lying in wait for their moment to emerge and inflict on us their rich sauces and Sacha Distel records.
It's not like you pop to the local butchers for a slab of gee-gee is it?
Wuggie says any gee-gee that can claw back Katchit up the hill will deserve to be crowned champion hurdler.
And talking of horses for courses, anything has to be better than the dreadful, rope, bronze and steel monstrosity of a gee-gee, by Edward Cronshaw, entitled The Great Escape, which blighted Church Street for eight years and has since been moved on.
Soccer-mad businessman Mel Davies, who is one of Wales' top racehorse owners, has named his latest gee-gee after Charles, who was a fan of the sport of kings.
The gee-gee mad priest, who knows every mount at every track from Naas to Navan, has even been known to offer a few tips from the pulpit.
Shocked passengers saw the black and white gee-gee suddenly appear from a nearby field at Castleton Station, in Greater Manchester.
So not only had they sold off Mr Big's videos, they'd also kidnapped his gee-gee.
And here's a further coincidence - Obama is here for the G20 summit, and Air Force is a gee-gee available at 20-1.
It is far too easy to gamble these days AS a man who enjoys a flutter on the gee-gees, and who currently would struggle to find the winner of a one-horse race, I am in no way sniffy about gambling.