woodie

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From wood +‎ -ie.

Pronunciation[edit]

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  • Homonyms: woody

Noun[edit]

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woodie (plural woodies)

  1. An early station wagon or estate car in which the rear portion of the car's bodywork is made of wood, often associated with Southern California surfing culture.
    • 1965, “New York's a Lonely Town”, performed by The Trade Winds:
      There'll be no surfin' there and no one even cares.
      My woodie's outside. Covered with snow.
    • 2000, Tom Snyder, Pacific Coast Highway: Traveler's Guide, page 9
      Well, for one thing a Woodie is the last remnant of the true coach-builders' art, dating from a time when wood [] . But a Woodie is also an icon, emblematic of beaches and surfing and Pacific Coast Highway []
  2. A wooden rollercoaster; an amusement ride whose rails are overlaid upon a wooden track.
  3. (slang) An erection of the penis.

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Scots[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A form of widdy or withy.

Noun[edit]

woodie (plural woodies)

  1. (obsolete) The gallows.