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Pwdy Poody 21:46 - Apr 25 with 1144 viewslonglostjack

Where does this word come from? Mrs LJ said I was a bit pwdy today. She picked the word up years ago from my mother 😂. Got me thinking where the word comes from. Sounds Hindi to me. I‘ve tried Googling it but no success so far. Anyone know?

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Pwdy Poody on 21:50 - Apr 25 with 1134 viewsSwanjaxs

I always thought if someone had a pwdy on it meant they had a shìt attitude that particular day.

Happy to be proved wrong mind

No idea where it originates from lol
[Post edited 25 Apr 2020 21:51]

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Pwdy Poody on 21:51 - Apr 25 with 1128 viewsNeath_Jack

Pwdy Poody on 21:50 - Apr 25 by Swanjaxs

I always thought if someone had a pwdy on it meant they had a shìt attitude that particular day.

Happy to be proved wrong mind

No idea where it originates from lol
[Post edited 25 Apr 2020 21:51]


That's a paddy around here.

I've never heard what the OP posted.

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Pwdy Poody on 21:52 - Apr 25 with 1125 viewsBytholWyn

A bit of Wenglish. Pwdu = sulking.
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Pwdy Poody on 21:54 - Apr 25 with 1117 viewsSwanjaxs

Pwdy Poody on 21:51 - Apr 25 by Neath_Jack

That's a paddy around here.

I've never heard what the OP posted.


My mum used to use the term pwdy all the time, her side of the family used Welsh as their first language

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Pwdy Poody on 22:04 - Apr 25 with 1093 viewsmonmouth

Pwdy Poody on 21:52 - Apr 25 by BytholWyn

A bit of Wenglish. Pwdu = sulking.


I thought it was something like this too. My mother used it to mean sulky.

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Pwdy Poody on 22:46 - Apr 25 with 1054 viewslonglostjack

Pwdy Poody on 21:50 - Apr 25 by Swanjaxs

I always thought if someone had a pwdy on it meant they had a shìt attitude that particular day.

Happy to be proved wrong mind

No idea where it originates from lol
[Post edited 25 Apr 2020 21:51]


You’re not wrong. We won’t go there. 😉

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Pwdy Poody on 22:57 - Apr 25 with 1034 viewsowainglyndwr

Pwdy Poody on 21:54 - Apr 25 by Swanjaxs

My mum used to use the term pwdy all the time, her side of the family used Welsh as their first language


We still use Pwdy.
At home or within the family
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Pwdy Poody on 22:58 - Apr 25 with 1032 viewsairedale

How’dya know you spelt it crectly then? Hmm?
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Pwdy Poody on 23:02 - Apr 25 with 1020 viewsSwanjaxs

https://www.wordhippo.com/what-is/the-meaning-of/welsh-word-37fa265330ad83eaa879

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Pwdy Poody on 23:10 - Apr 25 with 1006 viewsBrynCartwright

Yep...Pwdu means sulk.

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Pwdy Poody on 07:25 - Apr 26 with 943 viewsVetchfielder

To sulk but I think it evolved from the word "pout"

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