Appy

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noun Ap·py \ˈa-pē\

Definition of Appy

plural

Appies

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Appys

  1. :  appaloosa Appies can be one color at birth and turn to another by the time they're 2 years old. — Denver Post, 13 Jan. 1998 She has the tough hoof Appys are known for and has shown us how gentle and loving her true nature is. — Sally Brunelle, Countryside & Small Stock Journal, 1 July 2007

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Origin and Etymology of appy

app(aloosa) + 4-y


First Known Use: 1969


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