Top Definition
New England term for liquor store
Yo, is there a packy near here - gotta pick up a six of tall boys.
by kevin barnard August 12, 2003
Any place to purchase beer or alcohol, but not a bar.
short for "Package Store," a place to buy liquor in a package to take with you.
Term commonly used in Massachusetts and parts of RI and NH where massholes have settled.
Dude have you been to that new packie on Mass ave?
They got a wicked pissah selection of beers!
by hogman September 14, 2005
Derogatory term for Pakistani, also used widely toward anyone of Indian/Asian decent especially Muslim. Commonly British usage.
Am just off down to the Packie shop for a pack of fags...
Why can't Packies play footy?... Cos every time they get a corner they put a shop on it!
by Badgerpower February 16, 2012
Noun - A run to get alcohol. Usually kids (New England, or at least in Connecticut) who are underaged will ask someone who is of age to get them a "packie", or to go on a "packie run".
Hey man, could you get me a packie tonight?
by bobfaskldjfkl December 12, 2006
Person who makes a run to get alcohol for people who are generally underage. People will usually go back to the same person for their alcohol, thus that person becomes a packie because he is their store. Fairly new definition, originated in Mass.
"I hafta meet my packie before I come to the party."
by boconn June 29, 2006
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