Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In children’s use or in racehorse betting) a horse.
- Again however, the entire stake with the gee-gees is at risk.
- Still, he is curious about whether this choice of choo-choos over gee-gees was the right one.
- And he wants them to stop being so po-faced about gambling - a sin in which he enthusiastically indulges, at least when it involves gee-gees.
Mid 19th century (originally a child's word): reduplication of gee2.
Words that rhyme with gee-geeFiji, squeegee
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