- (used as a word of command to a horse or other draft animal directing it to turn to the right.)
verb (used without object), geed, gee·ing.
- to turn to the right.
verb (used with object), geed, gee·ing.
- to turn (something) to the right.
- to evade.Compare haw3
- gee up, (used as a word of command to a horse or other draft animal directing it to go faster.)
- (used to express surprise, disappointment, enthusiasm, or simple emphasis): Gee, that’s great! Gee, I can’t remember the book’s title.
verb (used without object), geed, gee·ing. Informal.
- to agree; get along.
- a sum of one thousand dollars: a fancy car costing twenty-five gees.
- a radio navigational system by which a fix can be obtained by comparing the pulse repetition rates of high-frequency ground waves from two separate stations.
- Also: gee up! an exclamation, as to a horse or draught animal, to encourage it to turn to the right, go on, or go faster
verb gees, geeing or geed
- (usually foll by up) to move (an animal, esp a horse) ahead; urge on
- (foll by up) to encourage (someone) to greater effort or activity
- slang See gee-gee
- US and Canadian informal a mild exclamation of surprise, admiration, etcAlso: gee whizz
- Maurice. born 1931, New Zealand writer, noted for his trilogy of novels Plumb (1978), Meg (1981), and Sole Survivior (1983)
exclamation of surprise, 1895, probably euphemistic for Jesus. Form gee whiz is attested from 1871; gee whillikens (1851) seems to be the oldest form.