from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. mad, crazy, insane, possessed, rabid, furious, frantic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mad. See wood, a.
- n. Wood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of wood.
- n. An obsolete spelling of woad.
That last call made me maddest, I think I waxed wode, because she had worked a whole week to fill in the gaps caused by two-otherwise-sane people who could not get their act together.
I always kept a smile and reassured her that "Ni shi wode pengyou" (You are my friend) only to be taken back by her "bu shi" (No we aren't!)
November 7, 2008 at 3:13 am kitteh & toto luks awound an awl deh seez iz wellow bwick wode.
The reason for my happiness was the below video, created by the one and only Corinne Razem, wode meimei, my sister, for my Christmas present:
I explain that I am a volunteer and in America, I was an English teacher and wode aihao my hobby is teaching because it makes me very happy...and that continues into a mini-monologue about how you should only choose a career that makes you happy and that will help you grow and learn more about yourself and the world and life, etc. etc. etc.
PIJ WODE! nawet w szpitalu lekarz mowi, ze trzeba pic wode. juz jak sie ogarniasz, dziewczynko, to zacznij ogarniac sie porzadnie, co?
And some putten wax in oyle of the wode of the fruyt of bawme, and seyn that it is bawme: and sume destyllen clowes of gylofre and of spykenard of Spayne and of othere spices, that ben well smellynge; and the lykour that gothe out there of, thei clepe it bawme: and thei wenen, that thei han bawme; and thei have non.
And zee schulle undirstonde, that the peper growethe, in maner as dothe a wylde vyne, that is planted faste by the trees of that wode, for to susteynen it by, as dothe the vyne.
And this chambre is fulle wel smellynge, be cause of the wode, that it is made offe.
Item, in this yle and in many other, there is a manner of wode, hard and strong: who so coverethe the coles of that wode undir the assches there offe, the coles wil duellen and abyden alle quyk, a zere or more.