geggie

geggie

(ˈɡɛɡɪ)
n
a Scottish, esp Glaswegian, slang word for mouth1
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Jenna Geggie has run Honey Pot Day Nursery in Earp Street, Garston for a decade alongside her parents, Julie and Tony Hurst, and sister Melissa Kalli.
And so we have 'sitooterie' - a Scottish term which means a place in which to sit out and, also from Scotland, 'geggie' meaning mouth - as in 'shut your geggie'.
And so we have 'sitooterie' - a Scottish term which means a place in which to sit out and, also from North of the border, 'geggie' meaning mouth - as in 'shut your geggie'.
Paramedics Osman Hussain and Matt Geggie took over and checked Brooke's pulse.
The family caregiver represents an important resource to the cancer patient and might influence how well patients manage their illness (Bultz, Speca, Brasher, Geggie, & Page, 2000).
Las investigaciones previas sobre este grupo revelan efectos negativos sobre su diversidad y abundancia (GEGGIE & FENTON, 1985; KURTA & TERAMINO, 1992; PIERSON, 1998).
The authors thank the Food Literacy Project Management Team: Linda Geggie, Trevor Hancock, Aaren Topley, and Maeve Lydon.
[11.] Gow DJ, Douglas W, Geggie C, Monteith E, Stewart D.
A&E consultant at Warrington Hospital Dr Dave Geggie said: "Burns are not the only injuries we see on bonfire week.
Seated left to right Jean Geggie, Joan Bland, Mary Edge, Marilyn Keady, and Joyce Clowe.
The Santa Ana, Calif-based credit union also welcomed Bob Geggie and Coleen Monteleone to the supervisory committee.