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daddy

[dad-ee] /ˈdæd i/
noun, plural daddies.
1.
a diminutive of dad1 .
2.
Slang. sugar daddy.
verb (used with object), daddied, daddying.
3.
Chiefly Appalachian. to father or sire.
Origin of daddy
1490-1500
1490-1500; dad1 + -y2
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daddy

/ˈdædɪ/
noun (pl) -dies
1.
an informal word for father
2.
(slang, mainly US & Canadian, Austral) the daddy, the supreme or finest example: the daddy of them all
3.
(slang) the dominant male in a group; boss; top man
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Word Origin and History for daddy
n.

c.1500, colloquial diminutive of dad, with -y (3). Daddylonglegs is from 1814; daddy-o is first recorded 1949, from bop talk.

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dad-blamed

adjective

(also dag-blamed or dag-blasted) Wretched; accursed; darn: Git outta my dad-blamed way (1840s+)


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