Top Definition
the new "you betcha", "let's go", "i'm in", et. al.
Guy 1: You ready to go to the game?
Guy 2: Giddy Up!
av red 28. oktober 2003
in the show "Seinfeld", the character Kramer uses this word repeated. It means lets go/ready to go.
Bill: do u wanna go to the movies?
Mike: giddy up
#lets go #get going #hurry up #go #leave
av Rock N Roll Bitch 11. november 2005
Substitute for "Okay, let's do it!"
Giddy-up!
av Genku 29. juli 2003
A famous phrase used by the one and only Cosmo Kramer from Seinfeld.
Cosmo Kramer, The ass man: Giddy-Up!
av Bex o.o;; 13. august 2004
When somebody says giddyup it means "Let's go"
Jeff: I gotta get down to the bus in like 5 minutes.
Brian: Well giddyup!!
#fast #let's go #hurry up #quickly #kramer
av ChaseM100 24. oktober 2007
Its origin has NOTHING to do with Seinfeld.
Used in the old west to spur the horses. From get ye up or get thee up.
(directed at a horse) Giddy up! Move on! Go faster!
(horse runs of a cliffside)
av Fried Ham 17. mars 2016
upon introduction to a new idea or plan, this phrase is used.
emily: "let's go a new party."
bobby: "giddy up"
av emily 24. juli 2003
Gratis daglig nyhetsbrev

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