Coddiwomple (v.) To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination
Lets coddiwomple over to the River or market.
by Intonation Zzz January 6, 2017
To travel purposefully in a yet unknown destination.
Lets get in the car and coddiwomple and will see what becomes of it.
by Bobsmart24 January 13, 2021
Quoted as “(v.) to travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination.” It’s featured as a fairly popular hipster post online. There seems to be no variations of the definition. The post definition is likely the first use of the word. Not to be confused with the unrelated word “caddywhomupus.” The original definition gives no example of how it’s used and the word is still in its infancy so use it however you want.

Could be regarded as a “made up word” but that would be silly because all words are made up. It’s worth noting that Shakespeare “made up” a lot of words commonly used today. Also, the word quiz supposedly started out defined on a wall somewhere and people just started using it.
“What all are you going to see when you’re in Europe?”
“I’m going to coddiwomple.”

“I don’t know what I’m doing but I’m going to do it awesomely
“So you’re coddiwompling?”
“I’m what”
by Pseudonymous324 March 7, 2019
(English slang) This word means to “travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination,”

yeah.
I’m just going to go on a Coddiwomple
by H.M.S. Sesquipedalophobia September 11, 2022