- a contemptuous term used to refer to a German, especially a German soldier in World War I or II.
Origin of heinie1
- the buttocks.
Origin of heinie2
Examples from the Web for heinie
We were put there for the purpose of announcing "Heinie" if he should call again.
The boys started to fall and all that was heard was, "I'm hit," or "Heinie got me."
And Heinie with fingernails growing where his collar button should be?The Hell Ship
Raymond Alfred Palmer
But that grinning, simple-looking Heinie may not be as foolish as he appears.Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound
Alice B. Emerson
Thought yours could hop further than my little Heinie, didn't you?Hallowe'en at Merryvale
Alice Hale Burnett
Word Origin and History for heinie
also Heine, as a typical name of a German man, 1904, North American slang, from pet form of common German masc. proper name Heinrich (see Henry). Brought to Europe in World War I by Canadian soldiers (British soldiers called the adversary Fritz).
slang for "the buttocks," by 1930s, probably a contraction of hind end.