Green’s Dictionary of Slang

Dutchy n.

also Dutchee

1. a German; a nickname for a German.

[UK]Harris’s List of Covent-Garden Ladies 77: Miss Alb--tini, alias Dutchy, alias Jones [...] She is Dutch by birth.
C.F. Hoffman Winter in West II 165: Where’s Yankee and Dutchee? [DA].
[US]G.W. Harris ‘Sut Lovingood at Bull’s Gap’ in Inge (1967) 148: Dutchy then axed fur lager bier.
[US]J.T. Trowbridge Cudjo’s Cave 39: See here, Dutchy! ye hain’t been foolin’ us, have ye?
[US]‘Mark Twain’ Life on the Mississippi (1914) 479: Dutchy belonged to our Sunday-school. He was a German lad.
St Paul (MN) 22 Feb. 3/5: Hey, Dutchy, you’ll bust de glass.
[UK]Kipling Captains Courageous cap.1: 🌐 Otto went overboard—an’ he was only a Dutchy, an’ twenty year old at that.
[US]F. Dumont Dumont’s Joke Book 96: The Irishman said, ‘Dutchy, I’ll give you a fair chance to see who gets this meat.’.
[UK]Gem 16 Mar. 5: It’s only Dutchy the Swede, and he can barely understand English.
[Aus]Lone Hand (Sydney) July 276/2: When Gottlieb informed the cook of his good fortune, Happy got quite huffy [...] ‘Do yer mean to sy you was agoin’ to charge me, Dutchy?’.
[US]I.L. Nascher Wretches of Povertyville 147: ‘Dutchy,’ who has been kicked out of every saloon where a lunch counter is near the door, shows on his face the scars inflicted by the German University Schlager.
E. Rosen In the Foreign Legion 51: ‘I’m going to call you Dutchy. Now don’t object, because I’m going to call you Dutchy anyhow, see?’.
[Aus]Sport (Adelaide) 20 Dec. 7/2: Angie, the boxer, had turned up boxing, and taken up detective work [...] Not a bad game, Dutchy .
[US]Van Loan ‘A Morning Workout’ in Old Man Curry 206: That’s why I have Dutchy take him out on a country road.
[US]Wash. Times (DC) 13 July 26/1: Hey, Dutchy, don’t you know about that hyar dog?
[US]E. O’Neill Anna Christie Act I: I’m wise to what’s in back of your nut, Dutchy.
[Aus]E. Dyson Missing Link 🌐 Ch. xiv: The tale of Dutchy Schmitz howling mad in the hotel, while a great, hairy, hideous jim-jam capered on the floor before him.
[UK]M. Marshall Travels of Tramp-Royal 274: Dutchy was game as well as ready [...] for he knew languages other than Dutch and English.
[US]W.L. Gresham Nightmare Alley (1947) 27: Hi, Dutchy – wet enough for you?
[US]B. Appel Tough Guy [ebook] Next Leader had led the 1-4-Alls on raids against the Dutchies on Thirty-Eighth.
[NZ]G. Slatter Gun in My Hand 60: In peace the civilians must have something to hate too. The Dutchies or the Pommies.
[Aus]T. Ronan Only a Short Walk 90: Was he a station cook known as Dutchy Walker?
[Aus](con. 1940s–60s) ‘The Dying Harlot – I’ in Hogbotel & ffuckes Snatches and Lays 23: I’ve been stuffed by the Dutchies and Negroes.

2. (also Dutchie) a Dutchman.

[UK]Boy’s Own Paper 3 June 563: The Dutchies [...] are slow, demure, but likewise sure.
[US]J. London Road 117: All that I could do was my best with the broom. I would thrust it through the bars, train it on Dutchy’s chest, and wait.
[Aus]Truth (Melbourne) 31 Jan. 8/3: The arrest of a young Dutchman [...] hailing from Amsterdam [...] ‘I’m wating for the sisters come home,’ replied the Dutchy.
[US]Jeffersonian (Stroudsburg, PA) 20 Oct. 1/1: ‘You goot corned beef, hey?’ says Dutchy [...] ‘You got sourkrout, too, hey?’ Our honest Mynheer ordered up his dinner.
[US]E. O’Neill Hairy Ape Act I: I’ll bet on Dutchy.
[Aus]R. Tullipan Follow the Sun 105: ‘Hey Dutchy!’ Carruthers bellowed.
[Aus]J. Byrell (con. 1959) Up the Cross 105: The other Dutchie leapt up and started to go to his china’s aid.
[NZ] McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.