willy etymology

English word willy comes from Middle English willi

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Detailed word origin of willy

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
willi Middle English (enm)
willy English (eng) (UK, _, dialectal, Scotland) Self-willed; willful.. (obsolete) Willing; favourable; ready; eager.