Sweetheart; babe, honey •Often a term of endearment: I hear you, poopsie (1940s+)
- Poop someone up
verb phrase To inform; brief; FILL someone IN, PUT someone IN THE PICTURE (1970s+ Army)
noun 1. .
adjective depressed; ineffectual; also spelled poopie Examples I’m feeling poopy and just want to watch TV. noun See poopie Word Origin 1957; perhaps shortening of nincompoop or euphemism for shitty, from poop ‘excrement’ Usage Note slang adjective Depressed; also, ineffectual: She felt poopy when they left her out (1957+) noun Excrement •Mainly a children’s word: […]
noun See poophead