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noun ad·dy \ˈa-dē\

Definition of addy

plural

addys

or

addies

informal

  1. :  address an e-mail addy IP addies A Web site (and you voyeurs out there ain't gonna get the addy out of me) has pictures that purport to show James fils and James pere at the soiree. — Chuck Yarborough, Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), 5 Jan. 2007

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Origin and Etymology of addy

2add(ress) + 4-y


First Known Use: 1997


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