noun (plural Judies)
1.1British informal, dated A woman.
- Aeons before political correctness reared its ugly head, the gangsters and apes and crooks (his guys) and their dolls (cuties, tomatoes, pancakes, judies) infested a certain section of Broadway, the main artery of Manhattan.
- A female may be my sheila, my bird, my charley, my good sort, my hot-drop, my judy or my wife, but she is never ‘my mate’.’
Early 19th century: pet form of the given name Judith.
Words that rhyme with Judybroody, foodie, moody, Rudi, Trudy, Yehudi
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