Written also waddie, whaddie. Native name. Thought by some to be a corrup. of (English) wood. Australia
1. An aboriginal war club.2. A piece of wood; stick; peg; also, a walking stick.
[imperfect & past participle Waddied; present participle & verbal noun Waddying.]To attack or beat with a waddy.
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waddy (plural waddies) (colloquial) A cowboy. 1992, Cormac McCarthy, All the Pretty Horses, This is how it was with the old waddies, aint it? 1968, Charles Portis, True Grit, If I ever meet one of you Texas waddies that says he never drank from a horse track I think I will shake his hand and give him a Daniel Webster cigar.
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