Numerology information Doodlebug:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Definition funny of Doodlebug:

urban1) the larval form of the antlion (also spelled ant lion), also known as a backward bug or backwards bug. It is a true insect. 2) the pill bug (a crustacean, not an insect- Order: Isopoda). Its various species are found all over the world. English slang names include: roly poly (spelled many ways), doodlebug, woodlouse, woodbug, armadillo bug, ball bug, bowling ball bug, hardy back, potato bug, slater, chuggy pig, butcher boy, carpenter, cheesybug, cheeselog, daddy gamfer (also spelled daddy gampfer), beetle bug, and Granny Grey. The most common slang names in America are roly poly and doodlebug. 3) the sow bug (also a crustacean in the Order Isopoda), which looks much like the pillbug, except it can't roll up. It has some of the same slang names as the pill bug.

urban1) The child dropped an ant into the doodlebug's pit, and watched in facination as the sand monster grabbed it. 2) The doodlebugs rolled up into tiny balls each time the children flicked them with their fingers. 3) Maxie caught a doodlebug that couldn't roll up.

urbanBritish nickname given to the German V-1 Flying Bomb weapon during WWII.

urbanShe died in a doodlebug raid on London in 1944.

urbanA girl with puffy cheeks!

urbanex: I bet you that doodle-bug can hide 14 acorns in her cheeks!!

urbanAlthough it is used to describe an ant lion who builds conical mounds to trap it's prey and the dung beetle who lays its eggs in little balls of cow pies then rolls them backwards to who knows where, oilfield workers know this term as describing a person who is in the oil exploration business. Mainly seismic crews.


Songs about Doodlebug:

songsSong of The Doodlebug by Peggy, Barbara & Penny Seeger Mike from the Album Animal Folk Songs for Children -- and Other People!

songsSlowes' Comb/The May 4th Movement starring Doodlebug by Digable Planets from the Album Blowout Comb

songsDoodlebugs by Laurie Berkner from the Album Whaddaya Think Of That?

songs50 Bag a Skunk (feat. Rita J, Kickass Alyssia & Doodlebug) [Explicit] by Illuminati Congo from the Album Green Is All I Need [Explicit]

songsAntlion Doodlebug by David Williams from the Album Wild Bear Nature

songsA clean dose feat. Cee Know The Doodlebug, P-able by Cee Know the Doodlebug from the Album Orjazzm

songsDoodle-Bug Pete by Alex Zanetis from the Album The Oil Fields - Alex Zanetis Writes & Sings the Stories


Books about Doodlebug:

booksDoodlebug by Irene Brady (Sep 1977)

booksDoodlebug: A Novel in Doodles by Karen Romano Young (Oct 16, 2012)

booksDaddy Calls Me Doodlebug by J.D. Lester and Hiroe Nakata (Apr 27, 2010)

booksDoodlebug Country: The Rail Motorcar on the Class 1 Railroads of the United States (Interurbans Special 77) by Edmund Keilty (Sep 1982)

booksV-1 Flying Bomb 1942-52: Hitler's infamous 'doodlebug' (New Vanguard) by Steven Zaloga and Jim Laurier (Jan 1, 2005)

booksSecret Weapons: Death Rays, Doodlebugs and Churchill's Golden Goose (General Military) by Brian Ford (Sep 17, 2013)

booksDoodlebug Ranch by Robert Oliver Bernhagen (Nov 8, 2011)


Movies about Doodlebug:

moviesScorched Earth Series 2: Doodlebug! Hitler's Terror Weapon 2010 NR - Runtime: 48 mins Directed by: CreateSpace

moviesBritish Short Films Collection: Cinema 16 Unrated - Runtime: 3 hrs 21 mins Starring: Peter Greenaway, Gina McKee, et al. Directed by: Peter Greenaway, Brian Percival, et al.

moviesThe War File: Doodlebugs - Hitler's Terror Weapons 2008 NR - Runtime: 48 mins

moviesScorched Earth Series 2: Doodlebug! Hitler's Terror Weapon 2008 - Runtime: 28 mins


moviesThe Doodlebugs: Episode 1 - Baking A Cake!!! 2004 NR -


Wiki information Doodlebug:

V-1 flying bomb
Film subject

The V-1 flying bomb —also known to the Allies as the buzz bomb, or doodlebug, and in Germany as Kirschkern or Maikäfer —was an early pulse-jet-powered predecessor of the cruise missile. The V-1 was developed at Peenemünde Army Research Centre by the...


In the United States, doodlebug was the common name for a self-propelled railcar. While such a coach typically had a gasoline-powered engine that turned a generator which provided electricity to traction motors, which turned the axles and wheels on...