To enliven; make more exciting; jazz up: To gin up support for his embattled plan, the President went to Capitol Hill on Wednesday/ Numbers of voters ginned up by the revelations may throw the bums out
[1887+; probably fr earlier ginger up]
[gin-zuh] /ˈgɪn zə/ noun 1. the, a district in Tokyo, Japan, famous for its department stores, nightclubs, and bars.
[gil-roi] /ˈgɪl rɔɪ/ noun 1. a town in W California.
[jahy-loh-loh, ji-] /dʒaɪˈloʊ loʊ, dʒɪ-/ noun 1. . /dʒaɪˈləʊləʊ; dʒɪ-/ noun 1. See Halmahera
exile, a city in the south-west part of the hill-country of Judah (Josh. 15:51). It was the native place or residence of the traitor Ahithophel “the Gilonite” (Josh. 15:51; 2 Sam. 15:12), and where he committed suicide (17:23). It has been identified with Kurbet Jala, about 7 miles north of Hebron.