Lordy

interjection
\ ˈlȯr-dē \

Definition of Lordy

used to express surprise or strength of feeling

First Known Use of Lordy

1843, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Lordy

lord entry 1 (God) + -y entry 4

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The first known use of Lordy was in 1843

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Lordy

interjection

English Language Learners Definition of Lordy

informal used to make a statement or question more forceful or to express surprise

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