Dudine vs. Dudette - What's the difference?

Wikipedia

  • Dudette

    Dude is American English slang for an individual, typically male. From the 1870s to the 1960s, dude primarily meant a person who dressed in an extremely fashionable manner (a dandy) or a conspicuous citified person who was visiting a rural location, a "city slicker". In the 1960s, dude evolved to mean any male person, a meaning that slipped into mainstream American slang in the 1970s. Current slang retains at least some use of all three of these common meanings.

Wiktionary

  • Dudine (noun)

    A concerned about her dress and appearance; a female dude.

  • Dudette (noun)

    A woman.

  • Dudette (noun)

    A cowgirl, especially a tenderfoot.

  • Dudette (noun)

    A cowboy's wife, or a woman who moves out west with the intention of marrying a cowboy.

  • Dudette (noun)

    A girl or woman who is noted for being tough or capable.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Dudine (noun)

    = dudette.

  • Dudette (noun)

    A female dude. Also (occasionally): the female companion of a dude.

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