bootee

[boo-tee or especially for 1, 3 boo-tee]

Origin of bootee

1790–1800, Americanism; boot1 + -ee, perhaps as pseudo-French spelling of -y2 (-ie)
Can be confusedbootee bootie booty
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bootee

bootie

noun
  1. a soft shoe for a baby, esp a knitted one
  2. a boot for women and children, esp an ankle-length one
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