[jee-buhng] /ˈdʒi bʌŋ/
any of various small trees or shrubs of the genus Persoonia, native to Australia and New Zealand, having small white or yellow flowers and fleshy, edible fruit.
the fruit itself.
any of various trees and shrubs of the genus Persoonia of Australia having an edible but tasteless fruit
the fruit of these trees
(in the 19th century) an uncultivated Australian from the country districts
noun [1905+ Black; origin uncertain or mixed; perhaps fr the Ogeechee River in northern Georgia or another place name and ultimately fr a Native American language; perhaps fr geejee, ”the Gullah dialect or a speaker of that dialect,” and ultimately fr the name of a language and tribe in the Kissy region of Liberia] noun […]
[jee] /dʒi/ interjection 1. (used as a word of command to a horse or other draft animal directing it to turn to the right.) verb (used without object), geed, geeing. 2. to turn to the right. verb (used with object), geed, geeing. 3. to turn (something) to the right. 4. to evade. Compare 3 . […]
(Ostensibly from “gefingerpoken”) mung. See also blinkenlights. [Jargon File] (1995-01-18)
[jee-gaw, gee-] /ˈdʒi gɔ, ˈgi-/ noun 1. .