Comparative: ueddieh, ueddieu, ueddiev
Superlative: ueddieft, ueddieht, ueddievt

A mispronounced (speech-defective) form of the word "ready".


—Ready?— asked Doctor Barton. —Abiwuiwui ueddy!*
—Good. When the trunk ope-...
—When the trunk opens, you can start.
(*abidingly ready. Context: This is a phrase from ceremonial drills in the "voluntarily compulsory" Pioneer Organisation: "Be ready!", yelled the adult leader; "Abidingly ready!", thundered the marshalled crowd of kids in red neckerchieves. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)

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