Definition of Rudie

1. Noun. (context: Jamaica slang) juvenile delinquent ¹



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Definition of Rudie

1. a rude boy [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rudie

rudeboys
rudely
rudeness
rudenesses
rudenkoite
ruder
ruderal
ruderals
ruderies
rudery
rudes
rudesbies
rudesby
rudesbys
rudest
rudie (current term)
rudies
rudiment
rudimenta
rudimental
rudimentarily
rudimentariness
rudimentary
rudiments
rudimentum
rudimentum hippocampi
rudish
rudist
rudistes
rudity

Literary usage of Rudie

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1. Children of the Tenements by Jacob August Riis (1904)
"rudie, the smartest of them, declared that his "fingers just itched for that ... Ever since this, bloodthirsty rudie had been stealing down Mulberry Street ..."

2. The Castle Howell School Record, Comprising a List of Pupils from the by David Davis, Henry Whitman (1888)
"I am in the unique position of being able to choose whether to write as an Old Boy or as Mr. Rudolf,—otherwise 'rudie'; eg "I say, Monkey, go and ask rudie ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1837)
"That Hip rudie.il-Radicals (represented by tlie Spectator) will bully and bluster at any stich compact, so far as bared on the plan of doing nothing or ..."

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