or par·die, par·dy, per·die
- verily; indeed.
Origin of pardi
1200–50; late Middle English pardie, Middle English parde < Old French par De < Latin per Deum by God
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Examples from the Web for pardy
"Right you are, pardy," was Nick's reply; and then he followed his conductor through the trees toward the fire.A Woman at Bay
And when they have wandered abroad till that be spent, what can they then else do but steal, and then justly, pardy!A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)
However, he had rented his paddock to old Pardy for a few months, and that nuisance had his bullocks there.
I sold the lot to old Pardy for a fiver and paid for my boots, deposit on shares and separator, and exes.