mardy

Noun. Someone who is easily upset, scared, or moans incessantly. Informal North and Midlands use
Adj. In the manner of someone who is a 'mardy', see noun.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • Mardy — can refer to: As a place name Mardy, Monmouthshire, Wales Mardy, Shropshire, England People Mardy Collins, American professional basketball player Mardy Fish, American professional tennis player As a word Mardy is a word in some dialects of… …   Wikipedia

  • Mardy A.F.C. — Mardy A.F.C. was a Welsh football team that played in the Southern League in the 1910s and 1920s. They were based in the village of Maerdy, Glamorgan.[1] They joined the Southern League (Division Two) for the 1911–12 season, but left at the end… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mardy — Recorded as Marde, Morde, Mardey, Mardy, Mardee, Mordy, Mordey, Mordie, and probably others, this is a rare and unusual surname. We believe that it is English, and a medieval nickname diminutive of endearment. If so there are two possible origins …   Surnames reference

  • mardy — childishly moody suddenly, simon decided he didn t want the cake. he was being mardy tonight …   Dictionary of american slang

  • mardy — Yorkshire Dialect Miserable, awkward and stubborn …   English dialects glossary

  • mardy — adjective (mardier, mardiest) N. English sulky; moody. Origin C19 (asnoun): from dialect mard spoilt , alt. of marred (see mar) …   English new terms dictionary

  • mardy — adj. dial. sulky, whining, spoilt. Etymology: dial. mard spoilt, alt. of marred f. MAR …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mardy Fish — Country United States of America Residence Beverly Hills, CA, United …   Wikipedia

  • Mardy Colliery — was a coal mine located in the South Wales village of Maerdy (Welsh: Y Maerdy), in the Rhondda Valley, located in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, and within the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan, Wales. Opened in 1875, it closed in …   Wikipedia

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