- n. colloquial A horse.
- n. a word for horse used by children or in adult slang
“While our Waddles that's our gee-gee had his meal,”
“I have drawn a fresh horse from the remounts we are in charge of; my last gee-gee I called "Barkis," because he was willing, this brute I shall have to dub "Smith," because he certainly is not -- Willing.”
“Thinking he was referring to some other gee-gee of his, possibly one called appropriately after the Falls, and which was being broken in,”
“Who's the old gee-gee with the whiskers?" asked the disrespectful”
“Moreover, on my high gee-gee I learned what galloping could be.”
“Mine was a gentle old gee-gee and yet I felt good when we were all on the ground again.”
“I thought he always had to go into the country to look at a gee-gee on these occasions.”
“It was more than a year since he had been in the country; and he had to be told earnestly and more than once that a cow was a cow and a sheep a baa-lamb, for he was inclined to class them all alike under the genus gee-gee.”
“After a long while, he sat up, looked at the horse, said in a quaint, thin whisper, "Gee-gee -- mine like gee-gee"; and then looked swiftly round with frightened eyes, fearful lest he had drawn attention to his existence.”
“The Arab lady and the faithful gee-gee," she said.”
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