Words and Phrases
gie

“gie”

Meaning:

give

Alternative spelling/meaning:

gee

In Literature:

Excerpt from Epistle to Mr A. M'Kenzie, Dunover. On the Publication of his Poems by Robert Anderson

Ay proud to gie man maxims rare,
that Folly spurns, appall’d to see

Excerpt from Larne Hirin' Fair by John Clifford

These golden hours - how soon they flee -
yet what great happiness they gie


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