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Definition funny of Wordie:
A Variant of "Word", a common phrase said by black people in Brooklyn meaning "that's wassup", "cool", "oh really?", and in rare, extreme cases, "Damnnnnnn Daddy". Wordie was coined by the infamous Big Sean.
Young Black Male #1: "I heard AnQwan got shot." Young Black Male #2: "Wordie?" Example 2 (Incorrect Usage) Young White Male #1: "What's goin' on Ned?" Young White Male #2: "Wordie" Young White Male #1: "Broseph, just be quiet." Young White Male #2: "So are we still on for croquet later?" Young White Male #1: "Ya man, I'm Wordie for that." Young White Male #2: *Shakes Head Hopelessly and Returns to sailboat*
What a foodie is to food, a wordie is to words. A wordie appreciates the nuances, subtleties and power of words and enjoys learning new words and studying the intricacies they offer. Also probably has a large vocabulary.
My sister is such a wordie she scored 800 on her verbal SATs.
Books about Wordie:
Wordie Wars: The Ultimate Showdown for Superior Spellers, Leaping Linguists, and Genuine Grammarians! by Forrest-Pruzan Creative (Apr 25, 2012)
Polar Crusader: A Life of Sir James Wordie by Michael Smith (Sep 28, 2012)
Sir James Wordie Polar Crusader: Exploring The Arctic And Antarctic by Michael Smith (Nov 30, 2004)
Wordie Wars: The Ultimate Showdown for Superior Spellers, Leaping Linguists, and Genuine Grammarian by Forrest-pruzan Creative (2012)
Shelf-catalogue of the Wordie Collection of Polar Exploration by James Mann, National Library of Scotland Wordie (1964)
Answers for John Wordie, sometime tenant in Dykes of Polmaise, now in Cowmoors, pursuer, to the petition of William... by John Wordie (Jun 10, 2010)
The Railway Carriers : The History of Wordie & Co. Carriers, Hauliers and Store Keepers by Edward W. Paget-Tomlinson (1989)
Wiki information Wordie:
Sir James Mann Wordie CBE FRSE was a Scottish polar explorer and geologist.
The Wordie Ice Shelf was a confluent glacier projecting as an ice shelf into the SE part of Marguerite Bay between Cape Berteaux and Mount Edgell, along the western coast of Antarctic Peninsula. In March 2008, the British Antarctic Survey reported...