or nookie noun Etymology: perhaps from nook + 4-y Date: 1928 1. often vulgar the female partner in sexual intercourse 2. often vulgar sexual intercourse

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  • nooky — (also nookie) ► NOUN informal ▪ sexual activity or intercourse. ORIGIN perhaps from NOOK(Cf. ↑nook) …   English terms dictionary

  • nooky — [nook′ē] n. [Vulgar Slang] sexual intercourse: also sp. nookie …   English World dictionary

  • nooky — nooky1 /nook ee/, n., pl. nookies for 2. Slang (vulgar) 1. coitus; sexual intercourse. 2. a female regarded as a sexual partner. Also, nookie. [1925 30; of uncert. orig.; D neuken to have intercourse has been proposed as a source (cf. dial. D… …   Universalium

  • nooky — see nookie …   English dictionary

  • nooky — nÊŠkɪ n. female genitals, vagina (Vulgar Slang) adj. having corners; having niches nook·ie || nuːkɪ n. (British) sexual activity or intercourse (Vulgar Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nooky — (also nookie) noun informal sexual activity or intercourse. Origin early 20th cent.: perh. from nook …   English new terms dictionary

  • nooky — nook•y or nook•ie [[t]ˈnʊk i[/t]] n. sl. sts sexual intercourse • Etymology: 1925–30 …   From formal English to slang

  • nooky — I. /ˈnʊki/ (say nookee) adjective 1. having many nooks. 2. shaped like a nook. Also, nookie. {nook + y1} II. /ˈnʊki/ (say nookee) noun Colloquial sexual intercourse. Also, nookie. {origin uncerta …   Australian English dictionary

  • nooky — n. (also nookie) sl. sexual intercourse. Etymology: 20th c.: perh. f. NOOK …   Useful english dictionary

  • nook·ie — ↑nooky …   Useful english dictionary

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