noun Lin·dy \ˈlin-dē\

Definition of LINDY

:  a jitterbug dance originating in Harlem and later developing many local variants —called also Lindy Hop

Origin of LINDY

probably from Lindy, nickname of Charles A. Lindbergh
First Known Use: 1931


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