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gig'em

verb; compounding
To go and get [someone] An encouraging cheer for Texas A&M 'aggies', or athletes. 'Gig' is used as a shorter form of the phrase 'go get' and 'em' probably refers to 'them', the opponents. The 'i' most likely functions as a filler to aid in pronunciation; 'gg' is difficult to say.
 
gig'em Aggies
Etymology : compound
Source : Heard at a football game from fans in the bleachers
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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