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What Is The Definition Of 'olodo'?

Please can anyone give me a proper and concise definition for the word 'Olodo' in the context of schoolwork? Remember when in primary school, the child who had the lowest score would be branded an 'olodo' by the class teacher? How do you define the word in this context?

Other contexts welcome!!!

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IN THAT CONTEXT, "OLODO" DOES NOT MEAN HE/SHE DOES NOT KNOW ANYTHING AS "OLODO" INTERPRETES INTOTO. IT MEANS HE HAS BEEN LEFT BEHIND. BEAR IN MIND THAT OLODO IN KINGS SCHOOL COULD BE THE WISE ONE IN QUEENS SCHOOL. I REST MYCASE

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Thanks for killing it, Gbenga!!! And sure you nailed it. However, lets wait and see whether we get more suggestions. . .

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Ok ok i agree with you.

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i don't think there is an olodo, frankly speaking someone is an olodo if they dont know something particularyly. It then doesnt mean that the person is a dullard.

Ok, will you call Bill gates a Olodo just because he does not know how to cook even though he can sue your Bottom for pirating microsoft software or domain name?

can you call ruggedman a olodo just because he cannot solve a simple calculus formula even though he can turn your oriki into a rap dance track like baraje?

Will you call Naijacutee a olodo( Biko no vex ooooo, abeg, lol) just because she does not know programming, even though she can tell you a million business model you can start-up from the scratch

SO i have deduced the fact that, Olodo cannot be defined as someone who is a dullard, but as someone who is well versed in other things but very dull in some other aspects.

Ok, maybe i know, Hunn(Naijacutee, ), i think i remember what olodo is. Olodo is the name of the thing we were talking about on the phone the other time before christmas, lol, isnt it?

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Olodo can be defined as a person who doesnt know anything,whose brain is empty.

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Thanks for that, rikkijen but I googled that too!

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