See also: Gis, GIs, GIS, gís, ĝis, and giş

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From the military term GIS, "general impression and shape"

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gis ‎(uncountable)

  1. (ornithology, slang) Alternative spelling of jizz
    • 1988, April 8, “Jerry Sullivan”, in Field & Street[1]:
      Applied to birding, the gis approach involves a deemphasis of separate field marks in favor of the gestalt, the essence that tells us a dog is a dog []

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gis

  1. first-person singular present indicative of gissen
  2. imperative of gissen

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gis

  1. (music) G-sharp

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From Latin gypsum ‎(plaster)

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gis f ‎(plural gises)

  1. (education) piece of chalk

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