Slang, U.S. South/rural, for "look". Not sure why "ie" was tacked on to end. Raises issue of whether the defunct Look Magazine was called 'Lookie' by some.
Woman trying to get her husband's attention: 'Lookie here for some nookie'!
Western U.S. slang, similar to Dadblastit and Dadgummit, used to express frustration or annoyance. This word was often used by Hoss of TV's Bonanza series.
Dadburnit, my horsie ate up all my grits!
English for several (or more) cats
"Those moggies are round the dustbins again"
Slang for "Turkey", as pronounced in the Bronx, Joisey, etc.; can mean any of the following:
1) Large, mostly flightless bird, like the one you flattened with your car while driving in the boonies last Saturday.
2) Refers to a person who is a goofball, has done something clumsily, or is generally undesirable -- a "dud".
3) can also refer to a device, object or system which malfunctions, performs badly, or just plain don't work.
Hunter #1: hey, this Turkey trap you brought along doesn't work!
Hunter #2: It's a turkey?
Hunter #1: No, there is NO Turkey in it..it doesn't work.
Hunter #2: Whatever. Let's get soused.
1. A woman's vagina
2. A woman with whom you are having a strictly physical relationship.
"Jane hides things in her cockpocket"
"Did you see Russel's new cockpocket? Her tits are bigger than Jane's!"
The moment you see something that excites you in anyway.
Stacey's mom is bonerific.
Boy that couch is bonerific.
A larval salamander in the larval stage. Also used for nonsense in MAD Magazine. This is a word of the ancient Nahuatl Indian language used by the Aztecs and Toltecs. Other Nahuatl words are Quetzal and Quetzalcoatl.
If you disturb the Axolotl, I'll sic my Quetzal on you!!