Lordy

interjection \ ˈlȯr-dē \

Definition of Lordy

used to express surprise or strength of feeling

Origin and Etymology of lordy

1lord (God) + 4-y


LORDY Defined for English Language Learners

Lordy

interjection

Definition of Lordy for English Language Learners

  • —used to make a statement or question more forceful or to express surprise


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