lordy

[ lawr-dee ]

interjectionInformal: Older Use.
  1. (often initial capital letter) (used in exclamatory phrases to express surprise, elation, etc.): Oh lordy, what a mess!

Origin of lordy

1
First recorded in 1820–25; lord (the interjection) + -y2

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British Dictionary definitions for lordy

lordy

/ (ˈlɔːdɪ) /


interjection
  1. mainly US and Canadian an exclamation of surprise or dismay

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