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22.
The piece of skin between the balls and ass.
He pissed me off so I kicked him in the chode.
by slick willy March 03, 2005
 
23.
Chode(noun)

Pronounciation /chhoooooaaaaaddddd/

A dick which is wider than it is lengthly. Can also be refered to as : The Easy Button, Fat man's Dick, Little Fireman, The Growing Mushroom, and "The Fat Dick". Most people mistake this word, for "choad" which is the scrotum, beneath the testes. See choad
Gossiper- Hey, did you hear? Eric Cartman has a chode!

South Park watcher- Dude... Everyone ln that show has a chode... l think Terrance and Philip have rectangular chodes...

Gossiper- This is totally worth posting on Perez Hilton's Blog.
by Proper English Slangs June 26, 2009
 
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From Wikipedia.com Chode is a synonym of perineum: The perineum is the area between the anus and genitals (in both males and females). Chode (not to be confused with "choad" meaning a penis that has a width bigger than length)(wikipedia)
Go to wikipedia for more synonyms like gooch and taint(from a contraction of "it ain't", as in "'Tain't penis, and 'tain't ass")
She just loves licking my chode on the way from my ass to my nuts.
by BigBatton November 26, 2005
 
25.
The swirly part of the butt hole. Can be used for name calling.
Dude, wipe your chode!

Stop being a chode, you're really annoying!
by bootyson July 09, 2014
 
26.
A semi flaccid penis
But I only have a chode
by Rrrr June 27, 2014
 
27.
A short-form used commonly in place of its root word "choda" to describe the area between a male's anus and scrotum.
The female escort spend a considerable amount of time licking the man's chode and balls before progressing to his penis. choda, grundle, perineum
by Nodatam October 18, 2011
 
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chode: past tense of chide.

Chide: –verb (used with object)
1.
to express disapproval of; scold; reproach: The principal chided the children for their thoughtless pranks.
2.
to harass, nag, impel, or the like by chiding: She chided him into apologizing.
Having been referred to as a chode, the gentleman exercised diligence in researching the word. Learning of the common urban meaning, the gentleman chose, upon reflection, to take the remark as a compliment and a statement of his endowment rather than to be chided by the misuses of a known word. After all, making this choice defines the difference between a "man" and a "gentleman".
by tiwagaja June 05, 2011