-amundo

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish mundo (world). Popularized by the character Fonzie on the sitcom Happy Days.

SuffixEdit

-amundo

  1. (slang) An intensifier.
    • 1983 November 1, Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham, “Welcome Home: Part 2”, Happy Days season 11 episode 5:
      The days when The Fonz can come riding in and solve all my problems with a few choice words are long gone! So why don't you leave-amundo?
    • 2001 April 1, David Lazaroff, Correctamundo!: Prickly Pete's Guide to Desert Facts & Cactifracts, Arizona Sonora Desert Museum Press, ISBN 9781886679160, OL 25420328M:
      How scared should you be? YIKESAMUNDO

See alsoEdit

Last modified on 29 July 2013, at 17:29