Spanish noun for gossip
"I would take her to lunch, but there is too much bochinche in the office"
New Orleans equivalent of "whoa now", used as a general greeting just like "wassup"
"whoa na lil' dah-daaaay (daddy)"
New Orleans spin on the word "boo", a girl that you like or spend time with.
"I got some new shoes for my boonapolis"
Your friend, particularly someone from the same area of the city as you. Origin is from New Orleans term "ward
", how the city is divided.
It began as "wassup 7th waaaar-day", "wassup 9th war-daaaay" and the sound evolved to "whoadie". Eventually people dropped the ward number and started saying "wardy
" and "whoadie."
"wassup whoadie, you got that new CD?"
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