[hoo d-ee; for 2 also Scot. hoo-dee] /ˈhʊd i; for 2 also Scot. ˈhu di/
Also, hoody. Informal. a hooded sweatshirt, sweater, or jacket.
Also called hoodie crow. Scot. the .
a hooded sweatshirt
a young person who wears a hooded sweatshirt, regarded by some as a potential hooligan
a close-fitting sweatshirt with a hood
also hoody, slang shortening of hooded sweatshirt, attested by 1991. Earlier it was a familiar term for the hooded crow (1789).
A hooded sweatshirt or top: hoodies in every color and style
[hood-luh m, hoo d-] /ˈhud ləm, ˈhʊd-/ noun 1. a thug or gangster. 2. a young street ruffian, especially one belonging to a gang. /ˈhuːdləm/ noun 1. a petty gangster or ruffian 2. a lawless youth n. popularized 1871, American English, (identified throughout the 1870s as “a California word”) “young street rowdy, loafer,” especially one […]
[hoo d-muh n-blahynd] /ˈhʊd mənˈblaɪnd/ noun, Archaic. 1. . noun 1. (Brit, archaic) blind man’s buff
noun 1. a molding or dripstone over a door or window.
- Hood mould
noun 1. another name for dripstone (sense 2)