laddie

noun
lad·​die | \ ˈla-dē \

Definition of laddie

: a young lad

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Synonyms for laddie

Synonyms

boy, boychick (or boychik), boyo [Irish], callant [chiefly Scottish], lad, nipper, shaveling, shaver, sonny, stripling, tad, youth

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Examples of laddie in a Sentence

not all the laddies in Scotland wear kilts, you know!

First Known Use of laddie

1546, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of laddie was in 1546

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laddie

noun

English Language Learners Definition of laddie

chiefly Scotland, informal : a young boy

laddie

noun
lad·​die | \ ˈla-dē \

Kids Definition of laddie

: a young boy

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