We received messages from Europe that it's time to gie Iran a military threat.
“gie me that trash,” he said, making a snatch toward the necklace.
gie me the kiss, mither, for a've been waitin' for ye, an' a'll sune be asleep.
No: there is a shilling for her; gie her some broken meat, and tell her to go down to the village—it is only two miles.
Of course, he got his trade—he had to gie him his trade after that.
gie him a cuff at Martinmas, and his cheek will be tingling at Whitsunday.
"gie us a look at 'er," and he tried to disengage the picture from the other's grasp.
His lairdship wrote a braw note of acknowledgements to my maister, and gie it me to take away.
gie a bairn his will, and a whelp its fill, and nane o' them will e'er do weel.
My heart overflows, and I must gie vent to my feelings, or it will break!
Of, in, or from the US armed forces, esp the Army; government issue: GI shoes/ His officious ways are very GI (WWI armed forces)
A member of the US armed forces, esp an enlisted Army soldier serving since or during World War II: The GIs fought furiously to hold Taejon (Armed forces)
To scrub and make trim: They GIed the barracks every Friday night (WWII Army)