Randy meaning

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Coarse; crude; vulgar.
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Sexually aroused; amorous; lustful.
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Ill-mannered.
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A vulgar, quarrelsome woman; shrew.
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Sexually aroused; full of sexual lust.
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Rude or coarse in manner, primarily Scottish in usage.
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Boisterous, coarse, loose woman.
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(sports, aerial freestyle skiing) One and a half twist acrobatic maneuver.
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A diminutive of Randall and Randolph, used as a male given name in the US.
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A diminutive of the female given name Miranda.
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Origin of randy

  • Possibly from obsolete rand to rant from obsolete Dutch randen, ranten

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • 1690, from Scottish randy (“boisterous, aggressive"), of uncertain origin. Probably from rand (“to storm, rave", verb), a variant of rant, see rant; or from rand (“edge", noun), in the sense of "edgy, on edge", from Middle English rand (“edge, brink, margin, border"), from Old English rand (“edge, border, margin, rim"). Related to randan.

    From Wiktionary