gidday

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Interjection[edit]

gidday

  1. (Australia, New Zealand, informal) Alternative form of g’day
    • 2002, William Brandt, The Book of the Film of the Story of my Life[1], page 190:
      Gidday, gidday, welcome aboard, one and all!” There he stands, grinning, larger than life, a nutbrown teddy bear in a black G-string and a cowboy hat, champagne cocktail in one hand, the other held out to hoist us aboard.
    • 2004, James Roy, Billy Mack's War[2], page 106:
      “Oh, gidday, Stan”, I said.
    • 2005, Keri Hulme, The Bone People[3], page 132:
      Gidday”, she says, grinning happily.
      Gidday”, he replies, with a grin for her: it flits over his face and is gone by the time he looks at Joe.