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Literary usage of Giddup
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ommirandy: Plantation Life at Kingsmill by Armistead Churchill Gordon (1917)
""I wush you would stir him up," she replied. "Mis' Nancy want me 'fo' dinner." "giddup!" said Uncle Jonas to Baytop, hardening his heart. ..."
2. Fifty Years in Oregon: Experiences, Observations, and Commentaries Upon Men by Theodore Thurston Geer (1912)
"The man gave his sleepy horse a more vigorous cut than usual and said: "Ah, giddup there! Oh, they just laughed. ..."
3. Plays by Aleksandr Nikolaevich Ostrovsky, George Rapall Noyes (1917)
"He's like a balky horse, he won't whoa nor giddup. You can't get a sensible word out of him. ..."
4. The Language Used in Talking to Domestic Animals: Read to the by Henry Carrington Bolton (1897)
"... drawing them gently against the animals' mouths, and exclaiming go 'long and get up; the latter appears in the forms get ftp (a, as in hat), giddup, ..."
5. Heart's Desire: The Story of a Contented Town, Certain Peculiar Citizens by Emerson Hough (1905)
""Then that'll be about all," said Tom; "giddup, boys!" In some way news of the early advent of the railroad had gotten about in Heart's Desire, ..."