In Shikoku the cow or ox is generally used in the paddies instead of the horse.
There is no end of 'paddies' along this river, and I'm sure they cannot understand your lingo.
As for his unprotected nose and four paddies, he wrapped them up warm in the fluffy rug of his thick soft brush.
The hired press ignored the paddies and their island for a whole year.
Sometimes they play by the ditch round the paddies and are drowned.
Me boy, nothin's shure whin yez are drillin' with the paddies.
"The paddies are here on both sides of the river," added Achang.
Other fish than carp, eels for instance, are also kept in paddies.
Sometimes so great was the change brought about in a village by adjustment that more than the paddies were dealt with.
We were nearing the provincial capital; some paddies and fields were even fenced.
"rice field," 1620s, "rice plant," from Malay padi "rice in the straw." Main modern meaning "ground where rice is growing" (1948) is a shortening of paddy field.
"Irishman," 1780, slang, from the pet form of the common Irish proper name Patrick (Irish Padraig). It was in use in black slang by 1946 for any "white person." Paddy wagon is 1930, perhaps so called because many police officers were Irish. Paddywhack (1881) originally meant "an Irishman."
: I know I can't be tight with this paddy boy
[fr the nickname of the given name Patrick]