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Of Worcestershire origin, it is a merging of two words: mint (meaning 'top' or 'rather fantastic') and solid (meaning 'strong' or 'built like a brick shithouse'). To describe oneself as mollid is a compliment. For the past-tense, the individual or group becomes mollied.
I'm fucking mollid you twunts; therefore, bring it on.
by Matthew Mahabadi October 28, 2004
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Perplexingly, in Manx (a language spoken on the isle of Man) 'mollid' is a word used to describe:

coarseness, hairs, jumble, luggage, lumber, roughness, rummage
"She's not very good at shaving, her legs are very mollid"
by Matthew Mahabadi October 28, 2004
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