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GIP

GIP is an acronym with several possible meanings:

  • Government Investment Pool
  • Gross Internal Product, another term for Gross domestic product
  • The G7/8 Global Inventory Project studied employment in the information economy.
  • The Gibraltar pound, the currency issued by the government of Gibraltar.
  • Gastric inhibitory peptide (or Glucose-dependent insulinotropic peptide) is a digestive hormone
  • The Global Internet Project
  • In weblog circles, a "Gratuitous Icon Post"
  • GIP Railway in West and Central British India.
  • GSM Interworking Profile (DECT): a DECT profile allowing GSM handsets to use DECT base stations.
  • Global Initiative on Psychiatry
  • GIP Gizelle interface process – generic Avaya sub-processing module
  • The Graph isomorphism Problem
  • GIP, the ICAO airline designator for the airline Air Guinee Express
  • Global Innovation Process at Virtusa
  • Genius in Progress
  • Global Infrastructure Partners, an infrastructure investment private equity firm
  • GIP is also known as a pipeliners' gathering called "Guide Intergalactique du Pipeliner" taking place in PNG (Papua New Guinea)
  • Group interaction parameters, a kind of parameters used in group contribution methods
  • General Intelligence Presidency or the Ri'āsat Al-Istikhbārāt Al-'Āmah (Arabic: رئاسة الاستخبارات العامة) is the primary intelligence agency of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Gip is also a community in the United States:

  • Gip, West Virginia

Gip may also refer to:

  • The Goan writer Francisco João da Costa (1859-1900), whose pen-name was GIP.
  • Gip (or Gyp or Gippy), an informal verb meaning "to leave" or "to betray". It is used in parts of Ireland and the American South.
  • To gag in British regional slang. The word is in increasing use, particularly in the East Midlands, and may have originated in Northern England.
  • The colloquial term, "Get It Pumped", to encourage sexual intercourse. Originate primarily in the Central West Of Scotland.
  • Short for George Gipp, "One for the Gipper"
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Gip

Gip \Gip\, v. t. To take out the entrails of (herrings).

Gip

Gip \Gip\, n. A servant. See Gyp.
--Sir W. Scott.

Wiktionary

gip

Etymology 1 n. A servant; a gyp. vb. (alternative form of gyp English) Etymology 2

vb. To take out the entrails of (herrings).

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

gip

attested from 1840 as an abbreviation of gypsy (q.v.). Also see gyp. Related: Gipped; gipping.

Usage examples of "gip".

Here, lifting the lantern high, she saw in the distance coming towards her a shape that could be no other than Gip going his own s-mmmo-c 4.

When Gip came into clear view in the light of the lantern she stopped dead on the side of the road, for, looking beyond the horse, she saw no driver sitting upright in the seat of the trap.

A chance sighting by a vindictive guard would bring a quick end to staking Upper Market and cause Gip to lose valuable information.

She had one copper kern left and felt sure Gip would want her to spend it on something nice and tasty to eat.

When he was sure the fishcart was out of sight, he turned Gip and backtracked.

He backed away, slowly, quietly, and led Gip along the path beside the track, his mind busy.

Anzra left Gip at a livery and hired a carriage to deliver him to the royalhouse in Old Irby.

He pulled Gip to a halt at the edge of the forest and observed the quiet inlet.

Now, in the gray light of a misty February earlymorn he eased Gip down the lane, his gaze sweeping the thick undergrowth for any sign of movement.

Brel, carried him to a large moss-covered log and laid him there while he reclaimed Gip from the skyberry bush.

When he reached the outer perimeter of the Crown, he loosed the reins and let Gip find the way through the maze of close-set Eternal Trees.

Deraun Gip leaned against the castle wall, arms crossed over his chest.

David Axelrod, Cassandra Butts, Forrest Claypool, Julius Genachowski, Scott Gration, Robert Fisher, Michael Froman, Donald Gips, John Kupper, Anthony Lake, Susan Rice, Gene Sperling, Cass Sunstein, and Jim Wallis took the time to read the manuscript and provided me with invaluable suggestions.

David Axelrod, Cassandra Butts, Forrest Claypool, Julius Genachowski, Scott Gration, Robert Fisher, Michael Froman, Donald Gips, John Kupper, Anthony Lake, Susan Rice, Gene Sperling, Cass Sunstein, and Jim Wallis took the time to read the manuscript and provided me with invaluable suggestions.

May-may was curled up asleep, Ah Gip slumped against a mildewed packing case.