footy

adjective foo·ty \ ˈfütē , ˈfu̇- \

Definition of footy

1 chiefly dialectal : insignificant, paltry
  • a footy little town
2 chiefly dialectal : poorly kept : shoddy
  • a pair of footy old boots

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Origin and Etymology of footy

French foutu, from past participle of foutre to copulate


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