willy

1

or wil·ley

[ wil-ee ]
/ ˈwɪl i /

noun, plural wil·lies.

verb (used with object), wil·lied, wil·ly·ing.

towillow (textile fibers).

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Origin of willy

1
First recorded in 1825–35; special use of dialect willy, Old English wilige “basket” (originally one made of willow twigs); akin to willow

Definition for willy (2 of 3)

willy2
[ wil-ee ]
/ ˈwɪl i /

noun, plural wil·lies.Chiefly British Slang.

Origin of willy

2
First recorded in 1900–05; possibly from Willy

Definition for willy (3 of 3)

Willy
[ wil-ee ]
/ ˈwɪl i /

noun

a male given name, form of William.
a female given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for willy

willy
/ (ˈwɪlɪ) /

noun

British informal a childish or jocular term for penis
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