[ in-ee ]
/ ˈɪn i /

noun Informal.

a person who belongs to an in-group, especially a fashionable or select one.
a concave or nonprotruding navel.
a person who has such a navel.

Nearby words

  1. innerwear,
  2. inness,
  3. inness, george,
  4. innholder,
  5. innidiation,
  6. inning,
  7. innings,
  8. inniskilling,
  9. innit,
  10. innkeeper

Origin of innie Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for 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



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

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper