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gilly1

[gil-ee] /ˈgɪl i/
noun, plural gillies. Scot.
1.

gilly2

[gil-ee] /ˈgɪl i/
noun, plural gillies.
1.
a truck or wagon, especially one used to transport the equipment of a circus or carnival.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), gillied, gillying.
2.
to carry or be carried on a gilly.
Origin of gilly2
gill (dial.) < ? + -y2

gillie

[gil-ee] /ˈgɪl i/
noun
1.
Scot.
  1. a hunting or fishing guide.
  2. a male attendant or personal servant to a Highland chieftain.
2.
Origin
1590-1600; < Scots Gaelic gille lad, servant
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gillie

/ˈɡɪlɪ/
noun (Scot) (pl) -lies
1.
an attendant or guide for hunting or fishing
2.
(formerly) a Highland chieftain's male attendant or personal servant
Word Origin
C17: from Scottish Gaelic gille boy, servant
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