noun, plural der·ries.
Origin of derry
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If "derry down," which has been said to be druidical, were judged of by the last song it went with, how old would be the Druids?
Hugh Marten conspired with my father—hired him, I might rather say—to drive you and me apart, Derry.The Terms of Surrender|Louis Tracy
The British flag went down, and Derry Duck, with a strong party of boarders was sent at once to seize the valuable prize.The Boy Patriot|Edward Sylvester Ellis
Jean, striving to follow Derry's point of view, found herself floundering.
When Derry's car slid up to Margaret's door, he saw the two children at an upper window.