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wad·dy 1

 (wŏd′ē) Australian
n. pl. wad·dies
A heavy stick, especially a war club.
tr.v. wad·died (wŏd′ēd), wad·dy·ing, wad·dies (wŏd′ēz)
To strike with a waddy.

[Dharuk wadi.]

wad·dy 2

also wad·die  (wŏd′ē)
n. pl. wad·dies Western US
1. See cowboy.
2. A cattle rustler.

[Origin unknown.]

waddy

(ˈwɒdɪ)
n, pl -dies
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a heavy wooden club used as a weapon by native Australians
vb, -dies, -dying or -died
(Anthropology & Ethnology) (tr) to hit with a waddy
[C19: from a native Australian language, perhaps based on English wood1]

wad•dy1

(ˈwɒd i)

n., pl. -dies. Australian.
a wooden war club of the Australian Aborigines.
[1795–1805; < Dharuk wa-di stick]

wad•dy2

(ˈwɒd i)

n., pl. -dies.
Cowboy Slang. a cowboy.
[1895–1900, Amer.; orig. uncertain]

waddy


Past participle: waddied
Gerund: waddying

Imperative
waddy
waddy
Present
I waddy
you waddy
he/she/it waddies
we waddy
you waddy
they waddy
Preterite
I waddied
you waddied
he/she/it waddied
we waddied
you waddied
they waddied
Present Continuous
I am waddying
you are waddying
he/she/it is waddying
we are waddying
you are waddying
they are waddying
Present Perfect
I have waddied
you have waddied
he/she/it has waddied
we have waddied
you have waddied
they have waddied
Past Continuous
I was waddying
you were waddying
he/she/it was waddying
we were waddying
you were waddying
they were waddying
Past Perfect
I had waddied
you had waddied
he/she/it had waddied
we had waddied
you had waddied
they had waddied
Future
I will waddy
you will waddy
he/she/it will waddy
we will waddy
you will waddy
they will waddy
Future Perfect
I will have waddied
you will have waddied
he/she/it will have waddied
we will have waddied
you will have waddied
they will have waddied
Future Continuous
I will be waddying
you will be waddying
he/she/it will be waddying
we will be waddying
you will be waddying
they will be waddying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been waddying
you have been waddying
he/she/it has been waddying
we have been waddying
you have been waddying
they have been waddying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been waddying
you will have been waddying
he/she/it will have been waddying
we will have been waddying
you will have been waddying
they will have been waddying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been waddying
you had been waddying
he/she/it had been waddying
we had been waddying
you had been waddying
they had been waddying
Conditional
I would waddy
you would waddy
he/she/it would waddy
we would waddy
you would waddy
they would waddy
Past Conditional
I would have waddied
you would have waddied
he/she/it would have waddied
we would have waddied
you would have waddied
they would have waddied
References in classic literature ?
There's Waddy--Sam Waddy making up to her; won't I cut him out?"
I watched him through the open folding-doors; he outstripped Waddy, applied for the hand of the fine girl, and led her off triumphant.
Waddy Thompson, the Superintendent of Education for the county.
She visits places such as Phaung Taw Oo Monastic Education School, Shwe Keinri Monastic Education School, Zaya Waddy Nun School, Zayyar Thiri Orphanage and Nun School and Arr Kar Min Free Class.
Former St Mary's pupil, Sgt John Waddy, 25, whose parents lived at 72 Gracedieu Road, emigrated to America when he was 19.
"It ties into benefits as far as how many people would vest into a pension, 401(k)," Aly Waddy, assistant to the secretary treasurer and vice president for the union local, said.
I Still Have Dreams, from 1979, has some top session players on it including Waddy Watchel on guitar, Russell Kunkel on drums and Leland Sklar on bass.
"Yours as ever, Waddy." For three months, Noel's family lived with the hope that he may be a prisoner or in hospital until, on January 15, 1919, two months after the end of the war, they were informed that his body had been found.
architect Waddy Wood but recently renovated and expanded by Christian Zapatka to its current 6,870 square feet.
When they poured brandy on top and tipped the pan and the crepe caught fire, it caused Waddy from Linthwaite to tell the waiter: 'Nay lad,tha's burned bloody pudding.' We weren't very sophisticated in those days."