Not getting along with something or someone at all.
Like oil and water they do not mix.
by marty and michelle June 03, 2005
/dʒiː/ /hɔː/

Oft conflated with yee haw: right and left, respectively, TWO commands for controlling a beast of burden with respect to the current path.

The phonologically entertaining velar abandonment of gee for slothen vowel yee /ˈji/ has produced yee haw
"GEE," let's not fall into the fathomless crevasse. "HAW," let's not flip the caravan riding up the embankment. Gee Haw itself is befuddling
by Hellion Shores June 01, 2013
A phrase from the American South meaning, to get along.
Barack Obama and us Southerners just don't geehaw.

Me and that food just ain't geehawin'
by A. Nother. Southernon June 29, 2010
Used in olden days in reference to working oxen or horses. Gee meaning turn to the right. Haw meaning turn to the left. Also used in correlation to getting along. Being able to work together. G-haul used in correlation as above in similar with getting along, in parts of the south or deep south.
They don't gee haw very well at all. They fight all the time. As well as, they don't g-haul, they argue constantly.
by sphillay April 28, 2008
to go in a zigzag way; to go along, freqently turning right and left. From gee (turn right) and haw (turn left).
The drunkard is geehawing along the road.
by uttam maharjan September 09, 2010

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