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11 definitions by Dirty danchez

Doider, (dōy-dur), noun

stemmed the Latin words: "Doidimus Maximus," meaning: big doider.

a protruding stomach or beer belly, typically hanging over the beltline. Doiders are most noticable when fully exposed on a shirtless male.

Doiders aren't always necessarily large and protruding, but only when the word is used as a moniker for ones stomach in the context of self. (i.e. "I'm gonna hit up the Bell and fire a 10-pack of soft-shells into my doider")

in a case where a small stomach is referred to as a doider, the proper label would actually be doi.
A large doider shocks John and Brian:

John: "wow, look at the size of that doider!"
Brian: "that doider is epic!"

Darryl is disgusted by a doider/front-butt combo:

Darryl: "the lady's back-breaking doider rolled over her belt, resting on top of her bulging front-butt.

Doider can also be used as an adjective:

Kevin: "those pizza rolls were doiderific, I hoovered them shits into my doider."

and as a verb:

Ryan: "did you see that fight between Mark and Tim?"

James: "Tim doidered Mark into the thistles."
by Dirty danchez June 29, 2009
(shād spõt); n

1. A well shaded location suitable for chillin' or smokin'.

2. A location which is potentially shady
Definition 1:
Rob: "it's hot out here, and I feel like smokin."

Darryl: "let's hit up shade spot, then we'll smoke and roll.

Definition 2:
Rob: "it's hot out here, and I feel like smokin."

Darryl: "we gotta find another smoke spot, this is kind of a shade spot."
by Dirty danchez June 30, 2009
Doi; (dōy); n

a small version of a doider. A reference to the abdomen or stomach, regardless of size up to a certain point where the doi then becomes a doider.

Also an adequate alternative for: dude, guy, grub
"those lawn doi's cut grass pro nuff."

"she's cute, but she's got a bit of a doi on her."
by Dirty danchez June 29, 2009
Moke; (mōk); verb

the act (and art) of sitting around doing nothing.
"since we were on the clock we decided to moke around and soak up some hours."

also used as a noun: moker

Kurt: "those city workers have been mokin' on this street for two months."

Ryan: "what a bunch of mokers."
by Dirty danchez June 29, 2009