paddy definition

  • noun:
    • Rice, particularly in the husk, whether gathered or nonetheless in the field.
    • A specially irrigated or overloaded field where rice is cultivated.
    • Rice, prior to it being milled.
    • An irrigated or inundated field where rice is cultivated.
    • A jocose or contemptuous name for an Irishman; -- often considered unpleasant.
    • Unhusked rice; -- commonly so-called in the East Indies.
    • An Irishman.
    • [lowercase] A sailors' name for the reduced sheath costs of Kerguelen Island, Chionis minor.
    • [l. c] The ruddy duck, Erismatura rubida. Also paddywhack.
    • [lowercase] Same as paddywhack, 3.
    • Rice when you look at the husk, whether in the field or gathered.
    • an irrigated or flooded area where rice is cultivated
    • (ethnic slur) unpleasant term for one of Irish lineage
    • rice in husk either collected or however on the go
  • adjective:
    • Low; mean; boorish; vagabond.
  • others:
    • Mean; poor; contemptible; low in ways or personality.

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