Tody vs Toey - What's the difference?

tody | toey |


As a noun tody

is any of the genus todus of small insectivorous caribbean birds.

As an adjective toey is

(slang|chiefly|australia) agitated, anticipatory, excited (sometimes specifically sexually so), nervous.

tody

English

Noun

(todies) (wikipedia tody)
  • Any of the genus Todus of small insectivorous Caribbean birds.
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    toey

    English

    Adjective

  • (slang, chiefly, Australia) Agitated, anticipatory, excited (sometimes specifically sexually so), nervous.
  • * 2000 , Joan Kilby, The Cattleman’s Bride , Harlequin, page 158,
  • “You’re toeyer than a chook caught in a swag.”
    She rolled her eyes. “I still don’t know what you mean.”

    Synonyms

    * (agitated) antsy * (sexually excited) horny, randy

    Derived terms

    * toey as a Roman sandal

    See also

    * frustrated

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