[gee-ez, gey-] /giˈɛz, geɪ-/
a Semitic language of ancient Ethiopia, now used only as the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Church.
To have or give a dose of narcotics, esp an injection: They drop acid, go up on DMT and ”geeze” (mainline meth)/ I need to geez now, Bumper. Real bad/ I geezed that scum (1940s+ Narcotics)
/ˈɡiːzə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of geezer
[gee-zer] /ˈgi zər/ noun, Slang. 1. an odd or eccentric man: the old geezer who sells shoelaces on the corner. /ˈɡiːzə/ noun (informal) 1. a man n. 1885, variant of obsolete Cockney guiser “mummer” (late 15c.; see guise). modifier : Van Dyke’s comeback is part of a multinetwork trend toward what could be called geezer […]
adjective Denigrating and blaming old people: major media have provided ample amplification for Lead or Leave’s geezer-bashing message (1990s+)