adjective, foo·ti·er, foo·ti·est. Northern British Dialect.
Origin of footy
Examples from the Web for footy
No; Parlyment's a played-out fraud, flabby and footy, flat and faddy.
"And one culverin three of their footy little ordnance," said another.Westward Ho!|Charles Kingsley
Then, at least, she could crush him from the height of her success, that footy rotter with his red-hot stove!The Bill-Toppers|Andre Castaigne
You should jest 'ear wot I 'ear, old pal.Let big pots make the round o' the pubs, and they won't talk that footy fal-lal.
I don't want no more stone-ballast hove at us 'long o' your calm' Miquelon boats 'footy cochins,' same's you did off Le Have."Captains Courageous"|Rudyard Kipling
British Dictionary definitions for footy
- (as modifier)footy boots