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Gist or GIST usually refers to the essence, the central idea or main substance.
It can also refer to:
- GiST, or Generalized Search Tree, a flexible data structure for building search trees
- Gist (Computing), a scientific graphics library written in the C programming language
- GIST, Ginān Index & Search Tool, a tool to make Ginans available to researchers and scholars
- Gist, a pastebin service operated by GitHub
- Gist processing, a cognitive process in fuzzy-trace theory
- Gastrointestinal stromal tumor, an uncommon neoplasm of the gastrointestinal tract
- German Institute of Science and Technology (Singapore), a learning institute in Singapore
- Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, an R&D university in Gwangju City, South Korea
- Carole Gist, first African American woman to win the Miss USA title
- Christopher Gist (1706–1759), one of the first white explorers of the Ohio Country in what would become the United States
- James Gist (born 1986), American professional basketball player
- Joseph Gist (1775–1836), U.S. Representative from South Carolina
- Mordecai Gist (1743–1792), member of a prominent Maryland family who became a general in command of the Maryland Line in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War
- Robert Gist (1924–1998), American actor and film director
- States Rights Gist (1831–1864), lawyer, a militia general in South Carolina, and a Confederate Army general who served during the American Civil War
- William Henry Gist (1807–1874), 68th Governor of South Carolina from 1858 to 1860 and a leader of the secession movement in South Carolina
- Mount Gist, a mountain 8 nautical miles (15 km) northwest of Mount Strathcona near the head of Denman Glacier
- Global Innovation through Science and Technology initiative, an entrepreneur coaching organization
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