During a recent drive to Florida and back, I noticed this road sign, which gave me something to think about while driving a LONG time. I imagined the lexicographical possibilities:
- “Canadys”: plural noun, perhaps Deep Southern for “more than one Canada” or “more than one Canadian.” Examples: “I didn’t know there were two Canadys.” Or, “Those Canadys have different ways of playing baseball.
- “Canadys”: plural noun, perhaps Deep Southern for references to the Kennedy family. Example: “Those Canadys sure were a political bunch.”
- “Canadys”: name of a town in South Carolina that I have no idea how to pronounce.