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comment What French phrase is the origin of “gardyloo?”
Excatly - because, as you see, "gardyloo" was never hollered in France. It was hollered in London; Liverpool, Edinburgh. It is an English-language corruption of something on a smallish list of possibilities that was hollered in French.
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