Git


Git

Git may refer to:
*"Git" (album), by Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys
*Git (pronoun), the second-person, dual, personal pronoun (subject case) in Old English
*Git (software), a distributed version control system
*Feathers in the Wind (깃) (pronounced and sometimes transliterated as git), a 2005 South Korean film

GIT may stand for:
*"G.I.T. on Broadway", a 1969 live television special
*"", a 1973 album by The Jackson 5
*Gastrointestinal tract, the digestive tract
*Gebze Institute of Technology, a Turkish university located in Kocaeli, Turkey
*Geometric invariant theory, a topic in algebraic geometry
*Georgia Institute of Technology, an American engineering and technological university located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
*Guitar Institute of Technology or the Musicians Institute, a Hollywood, California music school


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  • GIT — Datos generales Origen Buenos Aires, Argentina Información …   Wikipedia Español

  • Git Up — «Git Up» Sencillo de D12 del álbum D12 World Formato CD Género(s) Hip hop Duración 4:03 4:08 (video musical) Dis …   Wikipedia Español

  • git — [gıt] n BrE spoken not polite [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: get someone born to an unmarried mother (16 20 centuries), from get to beget ] an offensive word for an unpleasant and annoying person, especially a man ▪ You miserable git! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • git-go — ˈgitˌgō variant of get go herein * * * /git goh /, n. Dial. 1. start; beginning: to work hard from the git go. 2. pep; energy; get up and go …   Useful english dictionary

  • Git — Git, n. (Founding) See {Geat}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • git-go — /git goh /, n. Dial. 1. start; beginning: to work hard from the git go. 2. pep; energy; get up and go. * * * …   Universalium


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