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Definition funny of Coody:
a deadly disease that little girls give little boys by way of physical contact, especially kisses
oh my goodness!!!!! jill gave johnny coodies!!!! he's a goner :-(
a young girl's greatest fear of boys... sperm
ew! jonny's coodies are EVERYWHERE!
Off branch of a family that originated in Louisiana. It started off as "cody" but the extra "o" was added to seperate the family after a fight. The family split.
Family fights never end well.for example "coody" and "cody"..
When your friends won't touch you because of the dirtyness one recieves after being with someone of the opposite sex that they are jealous of.
Books about Coody:
An account of Abimelech Coody and other celebrated writers of New-York by DeWitt Clinton 1769-1828 Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog] (Dec 31, 1815)
An Autobiography Of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Coody) by W. F., Colonel Cody (1923)
Spirited Encounters by Cooper, Karen Coody. (AltaMira Press,2007) [Paperback] (Nov 7, 0007)
Spirited Encounters: American Indians Protest Museum Policies and Practices by Cooper, Karen Coody published by... (0001)
An Account of Abimelech Coody and Other Celebrated Writers of New York: In a Letter from a Traveller by Traveller, DeWitt Clinton (Aug 19, 2009)
An Account of Abimelech Coody and other celebrated writers of New-York by Clinton DeWitt (Jul 17, 2009)
An Account of Abimelech Coody and Other Celebrated Writers of New York: In a Letter from a Traveller to His Friend... by Clinton DeWitt 1769-1828 (Jan 28, 2013)
Wiki information Coody:
Billy Charles Coody is an American professional golfer, best known for winning the 1971 Masters Tournament. Coody was born in Stamford, Texas and raised in Abilene, Texas. He attended Abilene Christian University before transferring to and graduating...
James Coody Johnson was an African-Creek entrepreneur, interpreter, lawyer and politician. He was a leading advocate for African-American rights and dual citizen of the Creek and Seminole nations.