[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]


A woman of the South Pacific region, esp of the islands occupied by US forces in World War II

[WWII armed forces; fr geisha girl, perhaps influenced by geechee]


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