paddy, paddy field, rice paddy (noun)
an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
rice in the husk either gathered or still in the field
Rice, before it is milled
An irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
An Irish person (sometimes offensive).
An Irish nickname for Patrick, originally from Pádrig (or Pádraig) the Irish language form of Patrick.
Paddy was an Irish carrier pigeon awarded the Dickin Medal after being the fastest pigeon to arrive back in England with news of the success of the D-Day invasion, out of hundreds dispatched. He flew 230 miles across the English Channel in four hours and fifty minutes, the fastest recorded crossing, and was awarded the medal on 1 September 1944, just under three months after the crossing. Paddy was trained by Andrew Hughes of Carnlough and is the only animal in Ireland to be awarded this medal. The medal citation reads, "For the best recorded time with a message from the Normandy Operations, while serving with the RAF in June, 1944." His medal was sold at auction for almost £7,000 in September 1999.
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