pappy

1
[pap-ee]

adjective, pap·pi·er, pap·pi·est.

like pap; mushy.

Origin of pappy

1
First recorded in 1670–80; pap1 + -y1

pappy

2
[pap-ee]

noun, plural pap·pies. Older Use.

Origin of pappy

2
First recorded in 1755–65; pap(a) + -y2
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pappy

1

adjective -pier or -piest

resembling pap; mushy

pappy

2

noun plural -pies

US an informal word for father
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