Definition of Giddyup

1. Interjection. (qualifier directed at a horse) Move on!, go faster! (Derived from 'Get Ye Up' or 'Git Thee Up') ¹



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Definition of Giddyup

1. giddap [interj] - See also: giddap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Giddyup

gid
giddap
gidday
giddied
giddier
giddies
giddiest
giddily
giddiness
giddinesses
giddup
giddy
giddy up
giddyap
giddying
giddyup (current term)
gidgee
gidgees
gidjee
gidjees
gids
gie
gied
gieing
gien
gier-eagle
gier-falcon
gies
gieseckite
giessenite

Literary usage of Giddyup

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1. The Gold Chain: A California Family Sagaby Regina V. Phelan by Regina V. Phelan (1987)
"giddyup, horse, we don't have all day to sit around," said Henry. They were backtracking to Columbia, following the established trail. ..."

2. Snakebite by Paul Gowack, William Torphy, William Torphy, Paul Gowack (2005)
""giddyup, Paintbrush!" urged Felicia. Holding the pony gently by her white mane, she rode quickly after Falk who was already racing down the hill toward the ..."

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