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Correct spelling for GIE

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Possible correct spellings for gie

  • Ie
  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • "wal," ses i, "you must get an appintment on gin.

  • Tie(Definition of tie)
  • Gite(Definition of Gite)
  • Gil
  • At sight of this old acquaintance, a world of thought rushes crowding through the brain of gil uraga-conjectures, mingled with pleasant anticipations.

  • Gee(Definition of gee)
  • "then you've had a liberal education," says i. "gee!"

  • Gig(Definition of gig)
  • Then the minister climbed into his old-fashioned gig, his daughter sprang lightly in by his side, took the reins and slowly led the way, followed by the extemporized hearse, while graham on his horse rode at the feet of his friend, chief mourner in bitter truth.

  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • Fie(Definition of Fie)
  • Ah, fie for shame, fair damosel, say ye never so more to me; for, an he were as good a knight as ever was, i shall never fail him in his most might, for either i will win worship worshipfully, or die knightly in the field.

  • Die(Definition of die)
  • I wish i could die.

  • Hie(Definition of hie)
  • Ge(Definition of ge)
  • A, forsooth, is a contraction of ge!

  • Gi
  • The following are the chief facts and the current opinion concerning this prefix:- 1. it has grown out of the fuller forms ge-: anglo-saxon, ge-: old saxon, gi-: moeso-gothic, ga-: old high german, ka-, cha-, ga-, ki-, gi-.

  • Gte
  • Gibe(Definition of gibe)
  • He knew almost exactly where the punctuations of laughter and applause would burst in, he knew that nimble fingers in the press gallery would be taking down each gibe and argument as he flung it at the impassive minister confronting him, and that the fair lady of his desire would be able to judge what manner of young man this was who spent his afternoon in her garden, lazily chaffing himself and his world.

  • Gide
  • He sleeps standing like a gide board, and sumtimes tips over in hiz dreams, and then hiz bill enters the ground like a pik ax.

  • Give(Definition of give)
  • Pie(Definition of pie)
  • Git
  • He 'lowed he'd come back home a' purpose ter put sartain matters before ther new governor thet mout holp asa git his pardon.

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