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hippy

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[ hip-ee ]
/ ˈhɪp i /
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adjective, hip·pi·er, hip·pi·est.

having big hips.

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Origin of hippy

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First recorded in 1890–95; hip1 + -y1

Definition for hippy (2 of 2)

hippy2
[ hip-ee ]
/ ˈhɪp i /

noun, plural hip·pies.

Origin of hippy

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British Dictionary definitions for hippy (1 of 2)

hippy1

hippie

/ (ˈhɪpɪ) /

noun plural -pies

  1. (esp during the 1960s) a person whose behaviour, dress, use of drugs, etc, implied a rejection of conventional values
  2. (as modifier)hippy language

Word Origin for hippy

C20: see hip 4

British Dictionary definitions for hippy (2 of 2)

hippy2
/ (ˈhɪpɪ) /

adjective -pier or -piest

informal (esp of a woman) having large hips
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