Definition of giddy-up in English:

giddy-up

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Pronunciation: /ˈgɪdɪʌp
 
, -ˈʌp/

exclamation

  • Said to make a horse start moving or go faster: ‘Giddy-up!’ he cried and cracked his whip
    More example sentences
    • I took hold of the rein and said giddy-up and headed for the highway.

Origin

1920s (originally US as giddap): reproducing a pronunciation of get up.

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