oldie

[ohl-dee]
noun Informal.
a popular song, joke, movie, etc., that was in vogue at a time in the past.
Also, oldy.


Origin:
1870–75; old + -ie

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oldie (ˈəʊldɪ)
 
n
1.  an old person or thing
2.  (Austral) a parent: children and their oldies

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And third is an oldie, but a favorite for discussion, and that is accounting for disclosure.
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