Definitions for randyˈræn di
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
rand•yˈræn di(adj.)rand•i•er, rand•i•est.
sexually aroused; lustful.
Chiefly Scot. rude and aggressive.
Origin of randy:
1690–1700; rand (obs. var. of rant ) + -y1
aroused, horny, randy, ruttish, steamy, turned on(p)(adj)
feeling great sexual desire
boisterous, coarse, loose woman
one and a half twist acrobatic maneuver
Sexually aroused; full of sexual lust.
Rude or coarse in manner, primarily Scottish in usage.
A diminutive of Randall and Randolph, used as a male given name in the US.
A diminutive of the female given name Miranda.
Origin: 1690, from Scottish randy, of uncertain origin. Probably from rand, a variant of rant, see rant; or from rand, in the sense of "edgy, on edge", from rand, from rand. Related to randan.