maghanap ng salita, tulad ng hipster:
 
1.
also abbreviated to wo'
It is derived from wardie, someone from one of New Orleans' wards, 9th ward, 7th ward, etc.
hollah at lil wo'
ayon kay Bloen ika-19 ng Oktubre, 2003
 
2.
friend or good comrad; popular in the southern urban communites and prison. (originally wardie, evolved in late 90's)
What it do wodie, lets pull some boppers and get this krunk juice tippin
ayon kay Matty V ika-28 ng Hulyo, 2006
 
3.
friend, road dog, roadie, homeboy, homie. Specific to New Orleans and immediate environs, of uncertain origin. Possibly derived from the New Orleans customary greeting of "Whoa, now!" Others theorize that the term may be a corruption of "wardie", i. e. someone who comes from the same ward or neighborhood of New Orleans. Possibly spread to other regions of the country through rap music.
He was riding with his wodies.
ayon kay Jdoggtn ika-29 ng Mayo, 2006
 
4.
"friend or partner" ... used by Juvenile from Cash Money Records
Holla at lil' wodie if you want that oscar mayer.
ayon kay Boomer ika-22 ng Hunyo, 2000
 
5.
real talk and my dougie.
You wanna wodie? Well let's wodie. Or: Hey, do the wodie. Damn you wodied the shit out of that.
ayon kay Elder High ika-31 ng Hulyo, 2011
 
6.
Orginating from prison culture in the south, "Warden", was shorten to "war-day". Used to signify friend as well show respect.
"You got my back, wodie?
ayon kay Pate ika-03 ng Mayo, 2005
 
7.
An adolescent white boy drving a souped up coupe (usually a Honda) with his windows down, music way too loud, trying to look gangster; usually drives back and forth on a busy roads and fast food parking lots trying to look cool and draw attention the himself.
"I do not want go to Wendy's tonight. There are too many wodies out."

"I'm tired of all these wodies crowding the movies theater parking lot!"
ayon kay Laura Tate ika-20 ng Oktubre, 2007