noun, plural coo·eys, verb (used without object), coo·eyed, coo·ey·ing.
Examples from the Web for cooey
I endeavoured to make him cooey to them, or call them, but they made off, setting fire to the grass.Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia|Thomas Mitchell
Bruce, on hearing the second cooey, pricked up his ears and bounded forward.The Young Berringtons|W.H.G. Kingston
After going on some way, I again heard the shout followed by a cooey which I was sure, however, was not uttered by him.Adventures in Australia|W.H.G. Kingston
I made him cooey to them, they answered the call, and in a short time appeared on the opposite bank.
After an hour's riding the moon rose, and at length our cooey was answered.