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  1. whangdoodlenoun

    A whimsical monster in folklore and children's fiction; a bugbear.

    Etymology: Of American origin circa 1856. Popularized by appearing in a sermon parody attributed to William P. Brannan as "Where the lion roareth and the whangdoodle mourneth for her first-born," published in The Harp of a Thousand Strings: Or, Laughter for a Lifetime (1858).

  2. whangdoodlenoun

    A ruling in which the opening stake limits are doubled for the next play after the appearance of a very good hand.

    Etymology: Of American origin circa 1856. Popularized by appearing in a sermon parody attributed to William P. Brannan as "Where the lion roareth and the whangdoodle mourneth for her first-born," published in The Harp of a Thousand Strings: Or, Laughter for a Lifetime (1858).

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  1. Whangdoodle

    The Whangdoodle is a fanciful creature, as described in folklore and children's literature, most notably used by British authors Roald Dahl and Julie Andrews. The Whangdoodle is described as a terrible beast or a kind, wise animal. The wise beast is described as a deer with slippers that can change colors and has a sweet tooth. It is of American origin circa 1856. Popularized by appearing in a sermon parody attributed to William P. Brannan as "Where the lion roareth and the whangdoodle mourneth for her first-born," published in The Harp of a Thousand Strings: Or, Laughter for a Lifetime. Whangdoodle is also an earlier term for a "fanciful formation" or a "gadget . . . thing for which the correct name is not known."

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of whangdoodle in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of whangdoodle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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