Definitions

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a variant of Addy as diminutive of Adam.

Examples

  • Leaves behind parents John and Haddy, sisters Lauren and Cameron.

    CNN Transcript Mar 13, 2008

  • My host father (who is a marabout...traditional healer and Koranic scholar...in his 60's or so, doesn't know his actual age) has 2 wives -- a man can have up to 4 here legally -- both named Haddy (a pretty common name) and I think 21 kids overall.

    In case you're interested...

  • In they came jorking and labbing shoubing ‘Haddy Grimmble, Randoob.’ and other hearty, and then they all jumbed on him and did smite him with mighty blows about his head crying, ‘We never liked you all the years we’ve known you.

    In His Own Write

  • Haddy told sports reporters gathered for coach Kirk Ferentz's weekly press conference today that the "o-flag" is either missing or was stolen.

    Iowa City Press-Citizen - Hawkeye Sports

  • Haddy told me it’s been almost two years and both she and Iris still work the day shift at the diner.

    What Did I Do Wrong?

  • Air Pollution (8: 04) • Benny Soebardja (vocals, guitar) • Adhy Sibolangit (bass) • Haddy Arief (drums) • Triawan (keyboards) • Albert Warnerin (guitar) 02.

    ProgNotFrog

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