Darby and Joan


Dar·by and Joan

noun \ˌdär-bē-ən-ˈjōn\

Definition of DARBY AND JOAN

:  a happily married usually elderly couple

Origin of DARBY AND JOAN

probably from Darby & Joan, couple in an 18th century song
First Known Use: 1760

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