Wally

[n] - (British) a silly and inept person
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Wally

noun a silly and inept person; someone who is regarded as stupid
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Wally

Wally is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Of Wales` Where is it used? The name Wally is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Wallace, used In English and In Scottish.Walter, used In English, German and In Scandinavian.How do they say it elsewhere? Wallis ( In English) See also In Welsh: Gwallter In Scandinavian ...
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Wally

Wally is British slang for an idiot or imbecile.
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Wally

Wally is British slang for an idiot or imbecile.
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Wally

[anonymous] Wally is a British English expression referring to a `silly or inept person`, which later developed into an umbrella term for `vulnerable individuals`. According to Oxford Dictionaries Online, it possibly originated at a pop festival in the 1960s when, on hearing the name being announced many times over a loudspeaker, the crowd ...
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Wally

[Wallabies mascot] Wally is the name of the official mascot of the Australian rugby union team - the Wallabies. As his name implies, Wally is a Wallaby. The stuffed version of the mascot is carried with the Wallabies on overseas tours to Europe. It then becomes the duty of the youngest member of the touring party to protect the mascot from ...
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WALLY

[commuter rail] WALLY (the Washtenaw-Livingston Rail Line) is a proposed commuter rail service which would link the Michigan cities of Ann Arbor and Howell. == Proposal == Trains would run daily over existing trackage owned by the Great Lakes Central Railroad, which has also committed to providing ten stainless-steel bi-level passenger cars...
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wally

china? (a ‘wally dug’ is a china dog book-end)
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Wally

[Dilbert] Wally is a fictional character from the Dilbert comic strip. He is characterized as an employee so deeply jaded that instead of doing any real work, he spends all his time and effort successfully gaming the system. ==Inspiration== Wally was inspired by a coworker of creator Scott Adams at Pacific Bell. In Seven Years of Highly Def...
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Wally

Wally, a nickname for Walter or Wallace, can refer to: ==People== ==Entertainment== ==Fictional characters== ==Other== == See also == ...
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