A meaning for "what person or persons?".
The word whobody logically aligns itself with "nobody", "somebody" and "anybody" e.g. "whobody was that?" and could perhaps be considered the ancient parent of the word "who" which could be a natural shortening of "whobody". (no evidence found yet)
This word was "invented" by a two year old girl (Ellen) in 2009 whilst she was trying to construct new sentences.
It is a very satisfying word to say as it can baffle senior management and consultancy types alike who don't know what to make of it.
"I know somebody did it, but whobody did it !"