Doovdé (sometimes pronounced 'doovd') is the erroneous pronounciation of the abbreviation DVD, which stands for Digital Versatile Disc" or "Digital Video Disc". The word "Doovdé" was invented by voice actor and comidian Kayvan Novak for use by his "Fonejacker" character, "Mr. Doovdé."

Mr. Doovdé is known to 'pronounce' abbriviations such as DFS (duhfs) and DVLA (doovla.)
Mr. Doovdé - Hello, yes. I wanted to check some prices for your Doovdé.

Electronics Shop Worker - For our, sorry, for what?

Mr. Doovdé - Doovdé.

Electronics Shop Worker - What's that?

Mr. Doovdé - Doovdé player.

Electronics Shop Worker - DVD player?

Mr. Doovdé - Doovdé.
door artfulbadger 1 september 2007

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