Gai may refer to:
- Gai, Austria, a town in the district of Leoben in Styria
- Gai Assulin, a football player currently playing for Manchester City
- Oleksiy Gai, a football player currently playing for Shaktar Donetsk
- Kamen Rider Gai, a character from Kamen Rider Ryuki
- Maito Gai, a character from Naruto
- Gai Waterhouse, an Australian horse trainer and businesswoman
- Gayk Bzhishkyan, an Armenian Bolshevik (also known as Guy Dmitrievich Guy, Gai Dmitrievich Gai, Gaya Gai, or Hayk Bzhishkyan)
GAI may be an acronym for:
- GAI, the Russian traffic police
- GAI (Arabidopsis thaliana gene)
- Grams of active ingredient, a unit used when applying mixtures such as pesticides
- Guided Affective Imagery, a type of pyschotherapy
Other articles related to "gai":
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... Gai is a municipality in the district of Leoben in Styria, Austria. ...
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... Center Gai (センター街 Sentā-gai) is a narrow street in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan ... Center Gai is well known for its clothing stores, music stores, and video game arcades ...
Famous quotes containing the word gai:
“How, in one short century, has this ersatz sport so strangled the consciousness of the country in the grip of its flabby tentacles that the mention of womens baseball gets no reaction other than blank amazement?”
—Darlene Mehrer, As quoted in Women in Baseball. Ch. 6, by Gai Ingham Berlage (1994)
“my youth i shall never forget
but there s nothing i really regret
there s a dance in the old dame yet
toujours gai toujours gai”
—Don Marquis (18781937)