These days I see more and more normal adjectives sticking 'y' at their end. The last few are:

Proudy (She is so proudy.)

Preachy (Don't be so preachy.)

Could you please confirm to me how native speakers would the above in everyday conversation?



PS: Google confrms the use of "proudy" almost vehemently.

http://www.google.com.om/search?hl=en&rlz=1R2SKPB_enOM379&q=proudy&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq =
"Proudy" is not a word. (Except, according to UrbanDictionary.com, as a slang noun referring to a certain type of man. I've never seen or heard it before.)
'Preachy', I believe, has a reputable history; 'proudy' does not (check out most of those googled results!). Adding '-y' can happen ad hoc and casually, but discovering whether a particular word is acceptably standard will require a dictionary search.
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but I didnt find a word "proudy" in the dictionaty!
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me too, exactly I wanted to say that!
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