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"Doe" can replace the word "though."

(when cuz is used with doe it is in no way gang related)

Doe is upon one of the highest levels of being a bro or cuz.

Doe is used in combination with other terms to show importance and represent more respect towards a person.
"What up doe cuz?"

"sup doe cuz?"

or simply "doe cuz"

A doe cuz shall be more respected then a bro cuz.
by MadA5AdaM May 04, 2011
A deer, a female deer.
by e-vis November 03, 2003
An alternative term for the word "though"
ex. "but not really doe"

ex. "put yo team on yo back, doe"

ex. "you mad ignint doe"
by Dom Mazzetti April 04, 2011
1. A variation of the words bro, homie, or dog. In layman's terms, it means friend or acquaintance.
Kyle: word what up doe? how u been l8ly?
Jim: I still hate you. Go away.
by r1e2d4s5o7x8 September 13, 2009
"Depends on Experience" or "Depending on Experience"
Usually used in reference to compensation for a job.
The compensation a worker will receive: DOE
by Chiqqi September 26, 2006
A street word, replacing though. It's also a word that makes me lose my faith to the future English speakers of America.
Man, that elephant is big doe.
by Damitri January 08, 2013
A young beautiful female; often with intriguing inviting eyes...
I met this fine ass doe at Tenth and Union.
by Angeleka September 18, 2003
Lily Potter's patronus.

Severus Snape's patronus.

A female deer.

Harry Potter Trivia: Lily and James were meant to be, she was a doe, and he was a stag- male and female counterparts. Others argue that Lily and Severus were meant to be as his undying love and devotion to her produced the same patronus.
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Snape sent his doe patronus to help Harry find the sword of Gryffindor.
by Brothersparrow155 December 30, 2011