footy

[ foo-tee ]
/ ˈfu ti /
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adjective, foo·ti·er, foo·ti·est. Northern British Dialect.

poor; worthless; paltry.

Origin of footy

1740–50; variant of foughty musty; compare Old English fūht moist, damp (cognate with German feucht); see -y1
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footy

footie

/ (ˈfʊtɪ) /

noun

informal
  1. football
  2. (as modifier)footy boots
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