English, AfrikaansShow more Transferred use of English goose ‘a woman; hence, the sexual favour; low: from ca. 1870’ (E. Partridge Dictionary of Slang edited by by P. Beale, 1984, p.489) + (informal) suffix -ie; or Afrikaans suffix -ie.
1.Prison slang.The ‘female’ partner in a homosexual relationship.Cf. lighty sense 2.
1965R.H.L. Strachan inRand Daily Mail 1 July 4In Pretoria Central there were certain big cells containing about five prisoners and these were known as ‘married quarters’. A number of long-term prisoners had their ‘goosie’ and these were open relationships.
2.A girl; a girlfriend.
1974J. MatthewsPark 23‘No dice, Sly ou pellie,’ Jammie said. ‘No gang-bang dis time. I doan wanna scare de goosies.’
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