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willy

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or wil路ley

[ wil-ee ]
/ 藞w瑟l i /
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noun, plural wil路lies.
verb (used with object), wil路lied, wil路ly路ing.
to willow (textile fibers).
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Origin of willy

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First recorded in 1825鈥35; special use of dialect willy, Old English wilige 鈥渂asket鈥 (originally one made of willow twigs); akin to willow

Other definitions for willy (2 of 3)

willy2
[ wil-ee ]
/ 藞w瑟l i /

noun, plural wil路lies.Chiefly British Slang.

Origin of willy

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First recorded in 1900鈥05; possibly from Willy

Other definitions for willy (3 of 3)

Willy
[ wil-ee ]
/ 藞w瑟l i /

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

willy
/ (藞w瑟l瑟) /

noun
British informal a childish or jocular term for penis
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