What does Odee mean?

Odee means Very

Odee, sometimes spelled as OD or ode, was initially used to indicate something that was “overdone” or “over the top.” It’s like saying something is “extra” or beyond the usual.

Now, the use of odee has evolved. It’s most often used to mean “very,” much like the slang term “hella.” For instance, if your buddy Jack says, “I’m odee thrilled for our game night,” it means Jack is super excited for the fun night ahead.

The exact origin of odee is a mystery, but it seems to have popped up in Brooklyn, NY. It’s often used in AAVE (African American Vernacular English). During the late 2000s, the use of odee in online conversations started to increase. This made it more popular and caused its meaning to change.

Example for using ‘Odee’ in a conversation

Hey, have you seen the new Avengers movie?

Yeah, I watched it last night. It was odee epic! πŸŽ₯πŸ”₯