Definition:‚ÄČWhat or which person.

Sample usage: "So, whobody thinks Russia hacked the Oscars because 'La La Land' didn't win the animation category?"

Popularity: Sounds like "Hooo, buddy" which is something a hillbilly says when the pigs tip over the still. We already have "anybody," which has the advantage of not making people respond with a "huh?" when you say it.

Chance of catching on: Won't catch on. Whobody says? Us.

JAMES LILEKS

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