doodah


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doodah

(ˈduːdɑː) or

doodad

n
1. an unnamed thing, esp an object the name of which is unknown or forgotten
2. all of a doodah excited; agitated
[C20: of uncertain origin]
Translations

doodah

[ˈduːdɑː] doodad (US) [ˈduːdæd] N (Brit) (= thing) → chisme m

doodah

[ˈduːdɑː] (British) doodad [ˈduːdæd] (US) n (= device) → bidule m

doodah

, (US) doodad
n (inf)Dingsbums nt (inf), → Dingsda nt (inf)

doodah

[ˈduːdɑː] doo£dads [ˈduːdæd] (Am) n (fam) → coso
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Bain de Boue, Pourquoi, warum, Herr Verwirrung, Do you trick trek so far for Ophir Or Opar or any such other Ophidian Orcades, take a gander At panning for this slipsloshed Solvency, land of bilk and funny Money, dangle jingle jangle In the old pants pocket, when you Already have all the doodah, Dits, dots and crosses, ducks And does, sufficient thereto Unto all the livelong day.
Once where I live I gathered evidence that I was loved: the lingam the shape of an egg, the Gilhoolie jar opener in the doodah drawer, an overstuffed recipe file with rive different index cards just for various types of cream of mushroom soup.
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