outqidian v(out-kiddian) to go out and be a kid again, at least a quarter of your day
outqidian n (out-qi-dian, out-kee-dian) of the right amount; a daily dose of, 'meditation and fun' by playing outside the box at least 4 times per day
outqidian v; to engage in at least 4 pleasurable activities is the key to having a heavenly day
outqidian; a prescription; to go outside at least 4 times a day, meditate, and be a kid again
QID (not comparable)
qi m (plural qis)
dian (comparative dèine)
ian; gods gift
From Anglo-Norman cotidian, cotidien, Middle French cotidian, cotidien, and their source, Latin cott?di?nus, qu?t?di?nus (“happening every day”), from adverb cott?di?, qu?t?di? (“every day, daily”), from an unattested adjective derived from quot (“how many”) + locative form of di?s (“day”).
"You gotta be outkidding me!!