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
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    • 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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