GI or Gi may refer to:
Global Icon ( Hangul: 지아이; acronym: GI) is a South Korean girl group formed by Simtong Entertainment in 2013. The current line-up consists of Nayeon and Jiamin. They released their debut single "Beatles" on April 3, 2013. The group originally debuted with a "boyish" concept, referring to the fact that the majority of the members had short hair and a more masculine attitude and style, opposed to the feminine concepts many Korean pop girl groups have, but after their line-up changes, the group returned in 2015 with a feminine and sexy concept.
adj. of or relating to the stomach and intestines; "a gastrointestinal disorder" [syn: gastrointestinal]
n. A martial arts uniform.
Usage examples of "gi".
The realm of the panpan was highly Americanized, whereas the black market, even when GIs roamed through it, was first and last for the Japanese.
In adopting this illustration of his principle, Chaitanya followed the example of the Bhagavad Gita and the Bhagavat Pura.
The Dharma of Hinduism in this respect is placed beyond all doubt by the Bhagavat Gita.
The GIs, moving into Nijmegen and Eindhoven and their other objectives, started taking casualties.
Gita, the son and daughter of Mateo, and Miguel, Gertrudis, and Catalina, the children of Carlos.
Gita, Miguel, Gertrudis and Catalina, Pilar with her new doll, still waiting for a proper frock, and Enrique, his gaze full of worship.
On the 10th of March, two and a half miles east of the city, they occupied without opposition the steep slope of Saint-Loup and began to erect a bastion there, which should command the upper river and the two roads from Gien and Pithiviers, at the point where they meet near the Burgundian gate.
The Gita lays stress on certain broad lines of the integral supramental yoga : For instance : 1.
McBride was still looking in the mirror, but he seemed to see two young GIs, rat-assed on beer and wine, laughing in the warm Saigon night, and a white petro max lamp hissing, and a Chinese tattooist at work.
MOODS AND POPPIES We took up the Bhagavad Gita -- our Little Group of Advanced Thinkers, you know -- in quite a thorough way the other evening.
The Bhagavad Gita, you know, is all about Reincarnation and Karma, and all those lovely old things.
He had once told Gis that he, Ralph, was the spitting image of the piratical Captain who had founded the Schuyler family fortunes, as seen in a rare daguerrotype of him in youth.
These newspapers printed antiwar articles, gave news about the harassment of GIs and practical advice on the legal rights of servicemen, told how to resist military domination.
The motel cabins were dark because their occupants were the MPs who were on the highway monitoring traffic, chasing the losers back to Texas, ushering fresh truckloads of GIs towards Trinity.
On the West road, a jeep with four flat tyres carried a full load of GIs.