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passy

slang A pacifier, a rubber nipple attached to a plastic ring that a baby or toddler sucks on to be calmed or contented. Our eldest son had his passy until he was nearly six! We wanted to make sure none of our kids ever needed passies to go to sleep or calm down after a tantrum.
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passy

n. a baby’s pacifier. (Baby talk.) Does little Johnnie want his passy?
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