from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. gill (liquid measure)
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- n. A martial arts uniform.
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- n. a unit of magnetomotive force equal to 0.7958 ampere-turns
- adj. of or relating to the stomach and intestines
- v. clean in preparation for inspection
Toshiro stood before him in white pajamas, a garment he called a gi, with a black sash knotted about the waist.
How do you call gi applications? racing gi tickets can assess calculated in four climatic ways.
I got some angel shit kickahs (you ah a Bawstin gi-rl, now) I love, too.
If I’ve put you in the mood for bul go gi from a cart, you can check out the Kim’s Aunt Kitchen cart on 46th St. just East of 6th Ave.
Russian (and maybe other Slavonic languages), where the word den’gi is plural; in fact it is what is known as a plurale tantum, a noun that is always used in the plural, trousers or remains for example in English.
I had some students, long ago and in another city, question me at length about what it would take scientists to "believe" in gi, which is the Korean word for what, in English, we call
I did squeeze in a little grilling and fixed some bolgo gi, which is a sesame-teriyaki marinated beef dish that was grilled to perfection and paired with Trader Joe's Thai Lime Rice.
ToicE, an opprobrious name gi - ven to a young woman of bad be - haviour.
Focalóir gaoidhilge-sax-bhéarla, or An Irish-English dictionary. Whereof the Irish part hath been compiled not only from various Irish vocabularies, particularly that of Mr. Edward Lhuyd; but also from a great variety of the best Irish manuscripts now extant ..
She noticed that the girls wore camisoles under the kimonos (known as a "gi"), and hit on the idea of making a single garment: headscarf and camisole in one.
(Asahi) 90,816 people voted by internet, postcard and by attending the temple in person, and the top kanji chosen by them was 偽, nise, gi, meaning imitation, deception, or bogus.
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