louie

[loo-ee]

Louie

[loo-ee]
noun
  1. a male given name, form of Louis.

looie

or loo·ey, lou·ie

[loo-ee]
noun Slang.
  1. a lieutenant of the armed forces.

Origin of looie

1915–20; respelling of lieu(tenant) + -ie
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  • Louie's eyes wandered over the guests in the office questioningly.

  • Never a word from her while we were getting down, or while they waited and I shouted for Louie.

  • With a jerk that shook him to his feet Louie threw him half out of the chair.

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    James H. Richardson

  • Louie and the other "basher" started toward him, but stopped at a gesture from "Slim."

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    James H. Richardson

  • With a warning shout Louie leaped on the bed and grasped his arm.

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    James H. Richardson