Definition of maddie in English:

maddie

(also maddy)

noun

Irish English, Scottish
informal
  • 1A mad or foolish person, a lunatic.

  • 2A fit of rage; a tantrum. Frequently in "to throw (also take, do,etc.) a maddie".

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Alexander Warrack (d. 1916). From mad + -y.

Pronunciation

maddie

/ˈmadi/