And he hooked one chain to the drag, and took his whip and said: "gee up there, Buck; gee up there, Star."
"gee up, Boxer—we'll wet its head at the Hibernian," said Crow.
No sooner had he disappeared than the jackdaw flew up on the box, and called out, "gee up!"
And he gave the animal another cut, and then shouted to the trio, "gee up, my beauties!"
gee up, Neddy, aw'm feeard tha'll sooin have to luk aght for a new maister.
"gee up, Dave," said Mac, and with a bound and a shriek our sleigh led the way towards the Klondike's unknown source.
Then he said "gee up there," and the old oxen started slowly walking across the field.
I urged Flora to "gee up," by suggesting that "five o'clock tea" was waiting for her on her arrival at Nearvices.
The boy worked industriously through the deepening dawn, giving an occasional "gee up, Rhody!"
It so happened that just as he was turning a corner, and the little one was crying, "gee up," two strange men came towards him.
exclamation of surprise, 1895, probably euphemistic for Jesus. Form gee whiz is attested from 1871; gee whillikens (1851) seems to be the oldest form.
A gallon of liquor
[1940s+ Hoboes; abbreviation of gallon]
[abbreviation of grand]
An exclamation of surprise, pleasure, sheepishness, etc; gee whiz
[1895+; a euphemism for Jesus]
Disgusting; rebarbative; gross
[1970s+ Teenagers; abbreviation of gross]