Meaning of gadgie in English:

gadgie

(also gadge)

Pronunciation /ˈɡadʒi/

noun

informal Scottish, Northern English
  • A man.

    • ‘I can only imagine what the gadgie in the call centre later told his mates’
    • ‘the gadges at the bar are glued to the boxing on the telly’

Origin

Mid 19th century (as gaugie): from Romani gadjo ‘non-Romani person’.