Definitions for rowdyˈraʊ di

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

row•dyˈraʊ di(adj.)-di•er, -di•est

  1. (adj.)rough and disorderly:

    rowdy behavior.

  2. (n.)a rough, disorderly person.

Origin of rowdy:

1810–20; perh. irreg. from row3


Princeton's WordNet

  1. bully, tough, hooligan, ruffian, roughneck, rowdy, yob, yobo, yobbo(adj)

    a cruel and brutal fellow

  2. raucous, rowdy(adj)

    disturbing the public peace; loud and rough

    "a raucous party"; "rowdy teenagers"

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. rowdy(adjective)ˈraʊ di

    noisy and a little out of control

    rowdy teens


  1. rowdy(Noun)

    A boisterous person; a brawler.

  2. rowdy(Adjective)

    rough and disorderly; riotous or just boisterous

  3. Origin: from row#Etymology 3

Webster Dictionary

  1. Rowdy(noun)

    one who engages in rows, or noisy quarrels; a ruffianly fellow


  1. Rowdy

    Rowdy is the mascot of the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners. He appears at athletic events, such as football and basketball games, and other university sponsored events. An anthropomorphic roadrunner, Rowdy is based upon the Greater Roadrunner.

Anagrams of rowdy

  1. wordy

  2. dowry

Translations for rowdy

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


noisy and rough

rowdy children.

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