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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: randy 'rude and loud' (17-19 centuries), from rand 'to talk angrily and complainingly', an old Scottish English form of rant

randy

adjective
     
rand‧y British English informal
full of sexual desire [= horny]:
She was feeling very randy.

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