verb imperative gid·dy·ap \ˌgi-dē-ˈap, -ˈəp\

Definition of GIDDYAP

—a command (as to a horse) to go ahead or go faster

Variants of GIDDYAP

gid·dy·ap or gid·dy·up \-ˈəp\ also gid·dap \gi-ˈdap, -ˈdep\

Origin of GIDDYAP

alteration of get up
First Known Use: circa 1897


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