innie

[in-ee]
noun Informal.
  1. a person who belongs to an in-group, especially a fashionable or select one.
  2. a concave or nonprotruding navel.
  3. a person who has such a navel.

Origin of innie

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Historical Examples of innie

  • But little Ralph came running up to her with: "Now, 'Innie, tell me a story."

    The Girl Warriors

    Adene Williams


Word Origin and History for innie
n.

in reference to navels, by 1972, from in (adv.) + -ie.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper