noun, plural pad·dies.
Origin of paddy
Definition for paddy (2 of 2)
noun, plural Pad·dies.
Origin of Paddy
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The legendary Captain Paddy Brown was by some accounts the most decorated firefighter in the nation.
Is Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (which won the Mann Booker Prize in 1993) the only one of your novels that stands on its own?The Prodigious Roddy Doyle Is the Celtic Tiger of Irish Literature|Allen Barra|March 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Irish bookmaker Paddy Power funded the trips to the Hermit Kingdom, but stopped after Kim Jong-Un purged his uncle.
Was it anything that Scott saw when he was in Pyongyang that encouraged Paddy Power to drop the project?
One time, when an armored car drove by, Paddy Considine said, “Hey, Martin, are those your Hobbit residuals?”My London Getaway With Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Stars of ‘The World’s End’|Marlow Stern|November 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Linkin ses "they are like to Paddy's flee, when you git where they are they ain't ther."
Wasser led the way, Alick and Paddy following close after him.The Three Midshipmen|W.H.G. Kingston
I preached it over several times in the granary with only Paddy, sitting immovably on a puncheon, for audience.The Story Girl|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Paddy stepped with awkward care across the room and seated himself on the edge of a chair.The Long Dim Trail|Forrestine C. Hooker
Paddy had seen the big stranger on the edge of his pond early the night before.The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer|Thornton W. Burgess