Paddy, a common nickname used in Ireland for the given name Patrick. It is sometimes used as a slang term in British English for an Irish person, although its use as slang is now considered offensive or contemptuous by Irish people. See also Terms of disparagement.
In Star Wars, it is a nickname for the apprentice Jedi rank, Padawan.
A British slang word for when a person gets extremely angry, or has a fit.
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Paddy fields are a typical feature of rice-growing countries of east and southeast Asia including Malaysia, China, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and the Philippines.
Many consider paddy fields as a part of the natural landscape and a classic scene of Japanese countryside is of paddy fields tended by hard-working grandparents.
Some Mumun paddies in flat areas were made of a series of squares and rectangles separated by bunds approximately 10 cm in height, while terraced paddies consisted of long irregularly shapes that followed natural contours of the land at various levels.
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