git along

git along

1. To depart or travel on. (In both usages, "git" is a rural colloquial variant of "get.") Primarily heard in US. Thank'ee kindly, ma'am, but we'd better git along. Tell them boys to git along, or we'll never reach camp before sundown.
2. To endure or persevere. I ain't never learned to read 'r write, and I been gittin' along just fine, thank you.
3. To interact (with someone) in an amiable or agreeable way. We didn't git along at first, but we're good friends now. Even after 15 years of marriage, he and I still git along like two peas in pod!
See also: git
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