Definitions

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  • noun informal Someone interested in words.

Etymologies

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word +‎ -ie

Examples

  • B-but, I thought wordie was "Like Flickr, but without the photos"!

    Wordie Image Search

  • That's the question posed by New York band Vampire Weekend in a song of the same name, and posed in turn to a bunch of wordie types by Michael Hogan of Vanity Fair.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • B-but, I thought wordie was "Like Flickr, but without the photos"!

    Wordie Image Search

  • B-but, I thought wordie was "Like Flickr, but without the photos"!

    Wordie Image Search

  • That's the question posed by New York band Vampire Weekend in a song of the same name, and posed in turn to a bunch of wordie types by Michael Hogan of Vanity Fair.

    Who Gives a F*** About An Oxford Comma?

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Pick Me!

  • Romp through the "recent words" section, acquaint yourself with the top 100 citers, linger among the most recent themed attractions, and then declare yourself a wordie.

    Archive 2007-11-01

Comments

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  • I really want to see a visualization of the English lexicon, in alphabetical order, being dissolved and consumed into Wordie entries as more users sign on and add words.

    Is that data available?

    December 6, 2006

  • It is probably available via WordNet.

    December 6, 2006

  • a discription or a person with the quality of useing many words.

    i.e "He's a Wordie"

    December 6, 2006

  • Just responded to zacharyr on his profile. Always open to suggestions or contributions for cool Wordie features, including ways to view the data.

    December 7, 2006

  • Could wordie be virtual vebosity? Who cares---I still like it.

    December 8, 2006

  • "Forget sexy, he's bringing back Wordie", the blonde girl on lingo talk about Chuck Woolery.

    January 6, 2008

  • Are you talking about Shandi? I'm in love with that girl. ;-)

    January 8, 2008

  • That's what her name is.

    Lingo is a very frustrating show, since the players always guess really stupid words. One should examine the letter pattern of the English language and guess words that have the most likely letters.

    January 8, 2008

  • You forgot the single most important definition of Wordie - the best logophilic web site there ever was - and most probably the best web site, simple!

    February 22, 2008

  • Speak to me, Cocky. Say a little wordie.

    - Peter Reading, Mynah Petrarchan, from Diplopic, 1983

    June 30, 2008