1. (US) an attractive young woman.
|implied in sweet patootie|
|Dan Turner – Hollywood Detective Dec. [Internet] Bradley had a heavy date that night with his sweet patootie, a blonde named Vicki Ellery.‘Daughter of Murder’|
|Unsinkable Molly Brown 27: First time I ever got money from a patootie.|
|(con. 1916) Tin Lizzie Troop (1978) 132: Cochita, you’re just the sweet patootie I’ve been looking for.|
|Paco’s Story (1987) 64: Ah’d love to roll in da hay wit-cha, my sweetes’ little patootie.|
|Campus Sl. Fall 2: cutie-patootie – another word used for a person who is attractive or cute.|
|Observer 30 Oct. [Internet] Just because some baroque narcissist in the Oval Office had declared atomic war [...] when the hottest patootie in the West Wing typing pool swerved away from the outstretched plea of his tiny hands.in|
2. (US) the penis.
|in Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) I 322: I wish I was in Alabam’, / A settin’ on a rail, / My old patootie in my hand, / An a yaller gal by the tail.|
3. (US, also rooty-patootie, tootie) the buttocks; the anus.
|(con. WWII) Barren Beaches of Hell 42: Well kiss my patootie.|
|Doom Pussy 23: You’ll get pinked in the patootie.|
|(con. 1940s) Tattoo (1977) 70: You hear with your patoot, curlylocks.|
|Close Quarters (1987) 233: Fucken-A bet yer sweet tooties, El-tee.|
|Straw Boss (1979) 259: You bet your sweet patootie I am.|
|Misery (1988) 236: ‘But you already, hadn’t you?’ [...] ‘You bet your rooty-patooties I had.’.|
|Sweet La-La Land (1999) 9: I cut off your dingus and shove it up your sweet patootie.|
|(con. 1964–8) Cold Six Thousand 377: ‘Tiger Kab packs a knockout punch.’ ‘Tiger Kab kicks Cassius Clay’s patootie.’.|
4. an effeminate man.
|Smashing Detective Mag. 15 Apr. [Internet] ‘Naturally,’ said the pet patootie, with his best snooty-snotty eyebrow raise.‘The Big Squawk’ in|
(US) an attractive young woman.
|Pullman Herald (WA) 28 Apr. 11/2: Follwing in the cast: [...] Hot patootie - stewed tailor - Gibson . . . Paul Douglas.|
|‘Miscellaneous Notes’ in AS III:3 259: ‘Hot patootie,’ ‘the calf’s lesson in curves,’ ‘sweet mamma,’ and the ‘snake’s hips’.|
|‘Hot Patootie’ [lyrics] Hot patootie, bless my soul, I really love that rock ’n roll.|
|‘All About Irene’ [lyrics] Well Wayne got married to an uptown beauty / and Jimmy’s new ex is a real hot patootie.|
1. a woman, a girlfriend.
|Eve. World (NY) 4 May 14/3: [cartoon caption] You did finally meet y’ “sweet patootie’s” father, huh?|
|Big Town 203: And his real sweet patootie comes on.|
|Criminal Sl. (rev. edn).|
|Horseman, Pass By (1997) 114: Ain’t she a sweet patootie?|
|Sneaky People (1980) 160: You’re a sweet patootie.|
|Airtight Willie and Me 171: He won’t leave his sweet patootie crying at the church.|
2. used as a risible, semi-approving description .
|Wash. Times (DC) 13 Apr. 11/3: here’s our old college friend [...] and get that fringe on his upper lip! Isn’t it all to the sweet patootie?|
|Eve. Teleg. (Dundee) 8 Sept. 3/2: If his wife is a swell dame and the sweet patootie, she’ll certainly say it with plates and tell him right where to get off.|
(US) a general excl.
|TAD Lex. (1993) 80: Sweet patootie — Did you see the face on Ada — She looks as though she was in a gas attack without a mask.in Zwilling|
|Big Town 56: ‘Sweet patootie!’ I said. ‘That’s only half your income.’.|
|Hooch! 182: ‘Six hundred dollars,’ Flenger grunted. ‘Sweet patootie!’.|