randy

[ran-dee]
adjective, randier, randiest.
1.
sexually aroused; lustful; lecherous.
2.
Chiefly Scot. rude and aggressive.
noun, plural randies.
3.
Chiefly Scot. a rude or coarse beggar.

Origin:
1690–1700; rand (obsolete variant of rant) + -y1

randiness, noun
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Randy

[ran-dee]
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Randall or Randolph.
2.
a female given name.
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randy (ˈrændɪ)
 
adj , randier, randiest
1.  informal chiefly (Brit)
 a.  sexually excited or aroused
 b.  sexually eager or lustful
2.  chiefly (Scot) lacking any sense of propriety or restraint; reckless
 
n , randier, randiest, randies
3.  chiefly (Scot)
 a.  a rude or reckless person
 b.  a coarse rowdy woman
 
[C17: probably from obsolete rand to rant]
 
'randily
 
adv
 
'randiness
 
n

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randy
1698, Scottish, "aggressive, boisterous," originally of beggars, later especially of women, probably from rand "to rave" (see rant). Sense of "lewd, lustful" first recorded 1847.
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randy definition

[ˈrændi]
  1. mod.
    sexually excited or aroused. : The town is full of randy sailors when the fleet's in.
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After the show ended, things went quiet for randy for a few years.
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