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There are 14 four-letter words containing A, D and Y

ADDY-addy n. (Internet slang) address (especially e-mail address).
Addy p.n. A diminutive of the female given name Adelaide, Adeline, Adrienne, Addison and of similar-sounding names.
Addy p.n. A diminutive of the male given name Adam.
ADRY-adry adj. (archaic) Dry.
adry adj. (archaic) Thirsty.
DAVY-davy n. An affidavit, a legally binding statement or oath.
davy n. A davy lamp, more often capitalized as Davy lamp, a type of safety lamp.
Davy p.n. A diminutive of the male given name David.
DAYS-days n. plural of day.
days n. A particular time or period of vague extent.
days n. Life.
DRAY-dray n. A low horse-drawn cart, often without sides, and used especially for heavy loads.
dray n. A kind of sledge or sled.
dray n. Alternative spelling of drey, the nest of a squirrel.
DYAD-dyad n. A set of two elements treated as one; a pair.
dyad n. (music) any set of two different pitch classes.
dyad n. A pair of things standing in particular relation; dyadic relation.
FADY-fady adj. (archaic, rare) faded.
fady n. A system of taboos in the traditional religion of Madagascar.
fady adj. Taboo, or forbidden, under the fady system.
LADY-lady n. (historical) The mistress of a household.
lady n. A woman of breeding or higher class, a woman of authority.
lady n. The feminine of lord.
WADY-wady n. Archaic spelling of wadi.
Wady p.n. A surname​.
YADS-yads n. plural of yad.
YALD-yald adj. Alternative form of yauld.
YARD-yard n. A small, usually uncultivated area adjoining or (now especially) within the precincts of a house or other.
yard n. An enclosed area designated for a specific purpose, e.g. on farms, railways etc.
yard n. A place where moose or deer herd together in winter for pasture, protection, etc.
YAUD-yaud n. (Scotland, Northern England) A workhorse; an old or worn-out mare.
YEAD-yead n. (dialect) head.

* Definitions are short excerpt from the Wiktionary.


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