tootsy

noun
toot·sy | \ ˈtu̇t-sē \
variants: or less commonly tootsie
plural tootsies

Definition of tootsy 

: foot

Examples of tootsy in a Sentence

She was using a blanket to keep her tootsies warm.

First Known Use of tootsy

1854, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tootsy

baby-talk alteration of foot

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