Judy

noun
Ju·​dy | \ ˈjüdē\
plural -es

Definition of Judy

: girl as hep as the average Judy about such matters— John & Ward Hawkins

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History and Etymology for Judy

from Judy, nickname for the name Judith

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jugal lobe

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