Definition of tootsie in English:

tootsie

Line breaks: toot|sie
Pronunciation: /ˈtʊtsi
 
/
(also tootsy)

noun (plural tootsies)

informal
1A person’s foot: you can even think about putting your tootsies up
More example sentences
  • I know some folk are freezing their little tootsies off, but currently a few days of winter would be MOST appreciated, just so we can sleep.
  • This is not the Highland way, but so often there is an anti-climax about dignitaries and club officials giving muffled addresses while freezing their tootsies off in the middle of a football field.
  • So you'll often see them in the mornings, standing, staring into space, with their little tootsies beating some silent syncopated rhythm on the grass.
2A young woman, especially one perceived as being sexually available: are you aware that he has a Las Vegas tootsie? a teenage tootsie

Origin

mid 19th century: humorous diminutive of foot.

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