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A tinker word for a non-tinker. Gadgie is to tinker, as gentile is to Jew.
Tomorrow we'll knock doors and sell some clothes-pegs to the gadgies.
af WTF 8. juli 2004
In the North of scotland gadgie is a term used to describe a man, it has the same meaning in the North of england. It is also used in the fife/tayside area for another word for a ned/chav/mink.
That gadgie sitting in the corner is a knob.
af fraz1776 15. maj 2006
Dundee term for (chiefly male) addidas tracksuit wearing urban lowlifes. Usually found on at the back of a double decker bus spitting and smoking, or skipping school or kicking a ball against an abandoned shop (also spitting)

Female form of gadgie is chewnieswinger

see also pikey, ned and schemie
Oh no it's the No. 17 bus that's usually full o gadgies.
af scotsbear 12. august 2003
Generic romany/gypsy term for a non gypsy, popular slang term used in Edinburgh, Dundee, Perth and most of east coast Scotland.
Check out the garb on that gadgie.
af poodpood 11. juli 2005
A northern, maybe only in teesside, term for some one who is either your friend or someone who is a friend of a friend who's name you dont know (or cant remember). In general a similar word to gezzer, mate, fella
"Now then gadgie, what ya been upto this weekend"
af Steve Kestrel 3. august 2004
In the West of Scotland, I believe the term equates to someone that no one would associate themselves with else they get tainted with the same brush.

NOT a term of endearment.

It applies equally to both male and female... no sex discrimination there!
As children we would call someone a gadgie if they had a cold sore or spots and avoid them.
As teenagers it would apply to someone of the opposite sex who was not particularly attractive.
As adults I think we stopped using the term.
af Bill Kane 9. april 2007
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