Definitions for taffyˈtæf i
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a chewy candy made of sugar or molasses boiled down, often with butter.
Origin of taffy:
chewy candy of sugar or syrup boiled until thick and pulled until glossy
A soft, chewy candy made from boiled molasses or brown sugar.
(somewhat pejorative) A nickname for a Welshman.
Origin: Representing a supposed Welsh pronunciation of Dafydd (the Welsh form of David), a common Welsh name
a kind of candy made of molasses or brown sugar boiled down and poured out in shallow pans
flattery; soft phrases
Taffy was an American 1980s Hi-NRG and Italo disco singer, known for her hit, "I Love My Radio". The song, produced by Claudio Cecchetto, who was also behind all her previous hits in Italy, was released in the United Kingdom by Rhythm King's Transglobal Records and was originally a hit in Italy in 1985. The song's sentiments were about a disc jockey broadcasting in the early hours. However as very few radio stations in the United Kingdom broadcasted after midnight in the late 1980s, this reference in the record was changed. A re-recorded version called "I Love My Radio" was released instead. This is the version that reached #6 in the UK Singles Chart.
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