from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Eye dialect spelling of bird, representing mid-20th-century New York City English.
- n. A computer simulation of an animal that flies in flocks or swarms.
- n. Any member of the family Boidae of non-venomous snakes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A snake of the family Boidæ; a boa or anaconda.
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She's a bird, "he repeated, fondly reminiscent over his high-ball --" and I myself am the real ornithological thing -- the species that Brooklyn itself would label 'boid' ...
'boid' and pop it all into the fridge (if you don't have room in the fridge, keep it in the cool garage ... just be sure to add ice to keep the temp at 40 degrees); 4-6 hours or overnight.
Since we're going that migratory route, a boid with a cell phone would have a boid droid.
There was a definite drawl and words like bird were pronounced “boid.”
He also wistloled de wolf wistlol and the first two bars ob Stormy Wevver, oh an he also sed ‘Shuddup boid, shuddup’ I haz noe idear ware he lernt that one.
So now we discover that the B'oid Twits are now spending *OUR MONEY* on teaching the B'oidy boid brains how to use TWITTER.
The boid wuz nawt as snorgly as my sweet Emboly but he did talk better.
Last year the groos beak didnt arrive on time an Esther got werried and she got the big boid book, opened it to the grossbeak pichur and held it up to the winder calling fer them.
January 6, 2008 at 1:41 am no moar rap-rap-rapping for dis boid! muah hahahaha!
All right, so last night was the night El Hombre Pichon, Mo Willems, came in to the Donnell Library to speak to the masses on everything from new and upcoming books to how to draw everyone's favorite boid.
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