size of roach; a water bottle pipe. Sometime in the early ’70’s the term roachenador became popular for those in love with mary jane. Years later, the term was shortener to a simplier version, nador, by a group of freshman from Bloomsburg University. During a routine baking party, one particularly high girl coined the term nadoo which is now used all over the country.
(n.) a plastic device used to deliciously extinguish a roach; a water bottle with a carb and hole for desired
“Yo Katie, put that blunt in the nadoo”