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Definition of yardie

yardie

noun

  • that best friend you had as a kid whose house was situated in back of your house where as you had to cross your backyard in order to go and pay him a visit each day.

    Last edited on Sep 01 2011. Submitted by The Last Don on Aug 30 2011.

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