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Gis (g soft)

i.e. Jesus. A corruption of Jesus or J. H. S. Ophelia says “By Gis and by St. Charity.” (Hamlet, iv. 5.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Gird
Gird up the Loins (To)
Girder (A)
Girdle (g hard)
Girdle (Florimel’s)
Girdle (St. Colman’s)
Girdle of Venus
Girl
Girondists (g soft)
Girouette
Gis (g soft)
Gitanos
Give and Take (policy)
Give it Him (To)
Give the Boys a Holiday
Give the Devil his Due
Gizzard
Gjallar
Glacis
Gladsheim [Home of joy]
Gladstone Bag (A)

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