Shake, neighbor, and may your age be–––giddap there, Prince!
giddap, Tiffany, he said, wholly oblivious to Jims presence on earth.
That meant "giddap or Go-along" in the vernacular but what that "Gi-may" meant he could not think.
And if you got behind her and shoved and told her to “giddap!”
"giddap," he said to the mare, and dropped the reins on her back.
I just hopped into one of those little cabs and said to the driver "giddap," and he rode me around.
The Nome King was a little awkward, but when he was firmly astride the saddle he called in a loud voice: "giddap!"
"giddap, you old bundle of bones," jeered Chunky, giving his pony a smart unexpected slap.
You said “giddap” to a work horse, but that sounded a little undignified for a Western ranch horse.
Calmly crossing them underneath his body, she gave his tail a smart jerk, accompanied by the shrill command, “giddap!”