from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of bootee.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of bootee.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a slipper that is soft and wool (for babies)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Well, admitting that you paid to see "bootie" and that they rocked, is refreshingly candid.
To satiate the needs of folks like Matt Wallace and Lavie Tidhar, I'd like to say I got all kinds of "bootie" from Louise, but it was stuff like autographed photos, stickers, and a book.
The second funniest thing in the world is the word "bootie" as in a baby bootie.
Some babies are dying early, "As daddy has his date even over alone for a so called bootie call best, and is more than" Black Widow "even alone in babies one bootie alone on, calling for Hells death.
I came home with two souvenirs of the experience, more hospital bootie-socks, and color photos of the inside of my uterus!
Her spring collection takes classic shoe styles and influses them with unexpected touches, from athletic-looking elastic details on an open bootie, to gold metal balls along an insanely high heel, plus metallics, neons and silver spikes on double and sometimes triple platforms.
This famous Jew boogie can shape your bootie in no time.
So he convinced her to slip out of the combat boots and into "a Givenchy high-heel bootie" when trying out for jobs, he says.
Sometimes, with shorter or more girly skirts, Ms. Stuart will wear an ankle bootie for an "edgy, cool look."
Olivia Wilde, wearing what looked like a gold lampshade, happily obliged while Sofia Vergara from Modern Family obligingly stuck out what Kelly Osbourne referred to as "her bootie".