McCoy


Mc·Coy

noun \mə-ˈki\

Definition of MCCOY

:  something that is neither imitation nor substitute —often used in the phrase the real McCoy

Origin of MCCOY

alteration of Mackay (in the phrase the real Mackay), of unknown origin
First Known Use: 1922

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