There are 2 definitions of middy in English:

middy1

Syllabification: mid·dy
Pronunciation: /ˈmidē
 
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noun (plural middies)

  • 1 informal A midshipman.
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    • They left the two middies talking to one another, then entered the gundeck with the sound of snores reaching their ears.
    • ‘I'd recommend your friend Sharin as she'll be working with the command staff and our new gunnery officer Amara,’ Laurel said evenly, ‘and an ensign or middy of your choice.’
  • 2 (also middy blouse) chiefly • historical A woman’s or child’s loose blouse with a collar that is cut deep and square at the back and tapering to the front, resembling that worn by a sailor.
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    • An image of my middy blouse hanging alone on the clotheslines outside our kitchen window, buffeted by the wind, came to mind.
    • Ness looked up at the small robot as she straightened the red tie in front of her middy blouse.
    • The girls wore gray sweaters or maroon blazers over their white middy blouses.

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Pronunciation: ˈtôrtē
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a tortoiseshell cat

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noun (plural middies)

Australian informal
  • A beer glass containing half a pint (285 ml).

Origin

so named because it is considered to be a medium-sized measure.

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Word of the day tortie
Pronunciation: ˈtôrtē
noun
a tortoiseshell cat