Definition of gype in English:

gype

noun

Scottish
informal
  • A foolish, awkward, or loutish person.

    ‘the man's a gype’
    • ‘I know one gype who was lucky enough to get early retirement from a hectic, high-pressure job.’
    • ‘Someone offered me a fag and this gype reckoned she'd have "just one".’
    • ‘I was a gype with nothing on my mind.’
    • ‘"Go away you daft gype," he said.’
    • ‘Some gype had shoved the handle of the flag in your hand.’

Origin

Early 19th century: probably of Scandinavian origin.

Pronunciation

gype

/ɡʌɪp/