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whodi

noun

  • friend. Pronounced "hood-ee" or "whoa-dee."
    We're from the same hood (aka neighborhood). He's my whodi.
    (by Joe Gervais of Saint Paul MN, Jun 22, 2011)
    See that dude? He's my whodi.

    Last edited on Jun 22 2011. Submitted by Krista K. from Kitchener, ON, Canada on Nov 01 2001.

notes

  • Most likely an extension of the word hood; but in reference to a person, "whodi" sounds like hood-ee -- making "whodi" the ebonic spelling (i.e. "hoo" sounds like "who"; so, hood becomes "whod", and "ee" becomes "i" -- thus, hood-ee becomes "whod-i"). Ebonics spelling reference: "w" is usually added whenever possible; see spelling and definition of dawg. (by Joe Gervais from Saint Paul, MN -- June 22, 2011)

    Possibly from New Orleans which is divided into areas called "wards." "Whodi" is then "wardee", i.e. a person from one's ward.

    Last edited on Jun 22 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 28 2003.

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    Last edited on Jan 11 2008. Submitted by Pat P. from Broken Arrow, OK, USA on Jan 11 2008.

  • also "who shot John." comes from an old British children's game and made its way into the British military as a term used when people are arguing and pointing the finger at others when trying to get themselves out of a bind. Nixon and Bush both used the phrase that way by saying something to the effect of, "I'm not going to play a game of Who Shot John in this situation" as in I'm not going to play the blame game.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Pat P. from Broken Arrow, OK, USA on Jan 11 2008.

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