- spoil taken from an enemy in war; plunder; pillage.
- something that is seized by violence and robbery.
- any prize or gain.
Origin of booty1
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- Slang. the buttocks.
- Slang: Vulgar.
- the vulva and vagina.
- sexual intercourse.
- women regarded as sex objects.
- shake one's booty, Slang.
- to swing the hips and buttocks from side to side.
- to dance with energy and enthusiasm.
Origin of booty2
Examples from the Web for booty
Almost everyone I spoke to said they have used JSwipe because they are specifically not just looking for a booty call.My Week on Jewish Tinder
January 5, 2015
But his first forays into film were forgettable comedies like Booty Call.Jamie Foxx: Get Over the Black ‘Annie’
December 20, 2014
Look to “Booty Rap,” easily the best sketch on this season thus far, for proof of that.How Aidy Bryant Stealthily Became Your Favorite ‘Saturday Night Live’ Star
October 31, 2014
My booty has always been big, as the slave masters saw fit to draw in their auction sketches many centuries ago.‘black-ish’ Keeps It Real about the Invisible Black Man
September 24, 2014
About praising and embracing the booty in all of its forms, the song, in a way, could be seen as an opus of sorts for Minaj.Nicki Minaj’s Ass-tastic ‘Anaconda’ Video and the Curse of the Butt Career
August 21, 2014
The greater the number of thieves, the smaller each portion of booty.A Woman Intervenes
The creature comes to the tree by night, inserts his paw, and grasps his booty.Self-Help
However, they were unwilling to relinquish the booty which they had planned to seize.
The customer is robbed of it by two scoundrels who quarrel over the booty.The Captain of the Pole-Star and Other Tales
Arthur Conan Doyle
As soon as the plunderers saw them, they left their booty and took to flight.Cyropaedia
- any valuable article or articles, esp when obtained as plunder
- slang the buttocks
Word Origin and History for booty
"plunder, gain, profit," mid-15c., from Old French butin "booty" (14c.), from a Germanic source akin to Middle Low German bute "exchange." Influenced in form and sense by boot (n.2) and in form by nouns ending in -y. Meaning "female body considered as a sex object" is 1920s, black slang.