Short for "bookkeeper". Someone who keeps track of business transactions.
Usually referenced toward gambling, accounting and banking.
I talked to Louie, our bookie, and he says we should bet on the New York Jets based on our records.
by Smkngmgc January 10, 2005
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A shady character that takes illegal bets on horse races, fights, sports games. Such people usually are robbed regularly as they have large amounts of money.
Oh shit, I went to the bookie but then he got pinched! There goes my bet.
by Killer Croc May 24, 2006
Old English

A person who will take your money off of you, and encourage you to come back for more.
That bookie stripped me bare.
by misterbump February 25, 2004
Another word for, sick, peng, cool or nice. Basically a simple compliment of what is usually a car
Example 1:
Guy 1: mate your car is bookie!!
Guy 2: thanks mate
Example 2:
Guy 1:my new polo is so bookie!
Guy 2: not as bookie as my clio!
by gadzzzzzzz October 16, 2014
Bookie means wierd for example, you would use it to say that someone is acting different or wierd.
"Your acting bookie!" or "That girl is bookie."
by Boom Skreemah June 13, 2009
is a word that describes a totally nerd, and a book worm person who always make his move by the book and according to the book and talks only what is written on a book that he or she have read.
He is a bookie type of person who always insist his idea based from gathered news.
by Morris Eugedo March 24, 2008
a bowel movement
I just took the biggest bookie and it clogged the toilet!
by mysouthernmama February 16, 2009

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