, noun

Forms:
Also ge.
Origin:
Etymology unknown.
slang
1. Friend.
1970 Informant, GrahamstownEveryone is a ge nowadays (in-crowd fellow).
1970 S.E. Natham Informant, Cape TownGe. Friend.
1972 M. Develin on Radio South Africa 25 Jan.Like my china’s my gé (a friend in need is a friend indeed).
2. derogatory. skate.
1981 J. Battersby in Frontline May 14The stereo-type ge making it with a supermarket cashier.
1982 D. Kramer Short Back & Sides 22You call me a rock spider You call me a gé You like to mock The things that I say.
1982 Star 31 Mar.Gé — a scruffy person, usually quite rough, who tends to drive a car with fur on the dash and an orange on the aerial.
Friend.
skate.
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