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a term of endearment for a father of Spanish decent used by his/the Caucasian wifey/baby mama & child(ren)...
Papi + Daddy = Dadi
by MrsTran March 22, 2010
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can mean anything from pandas to a bottle of beer, its most likely something good and something that is dadisable
Dadis throw da, diki da man.
by Johnny L June 27, 2006
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The word dadis can be used as either an adjective or a noun. It was originally intended to replace the simple phrase "do this". However, as time passed the word was expanded to mean marijuana or any other highly pleasurable substance. In its shortened form da is another word for friend, buddy, or comrade. If you're in an extra risky mood or you just want to spice it up a bit you can use dikida for enhanced effect.
After a hard day of work, John returns home to his dank stash of dadis and hooks up his favorite da.
Hook me up with some phat dadis,yo.
by mr. adam from the block July 29, 2006
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Shortening of the words "Do this". It is often used by stoners during a euphoric state of mind.
dadis dude
yeh man, that be dank
by Rezman June 29, 2006
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Daði is a wonderful person he is vert big and strong but asi can still take him he is very funny and its great to be around him
by Anonasi October 11, 2018
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midwest slang for any cool. The word originated from the frase "do this" which over time and lazyness was turned to dadis. There are many different forms of this word, dadis, da, didis, diki da, dadisable.
Yo da, lets dadis.
Is that tree fort dadisable?
or just a one word sentance - diki da
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a desert gully, gulch, or any other crack
dag yo, i tripped and sprained my ankle in that there dadi
by wuppinshnuppin March 01, 2005
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