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co-day

[ kuh-dey, -dahy ]
/ kəˈdeɪ, -ˈdaɪ /
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interjection Northern U.S.
(used to summon sheep and, sometimes, cows).
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Also co-dack [kuh-dak]. /kəˈdæk/.

Origin of co-day

See co-boss; day apparently reduced from Dick as an animal's name
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