(US) a Czech immigrant.
|Čechs in America 114: In some localities Bohemians are called ‘Bohoes’, in others ‘Bohunks’; less familiar are the terms ‘Cheskey’ and ‘Bootchkey’ .|
|Dict. International Slurs (1979) 22: Bootchkey: A Czech. Apparently from pockej, (hold on) which the boys cry at play. (American slang).|
|PADS 42 40: Both of the very old forms czezski (or chesky) and butchsky were offered by an old German who remembered using those terms in her youth on the West Side of Chicago.|
|Lang. of Ethnic Conflict 54: czechs [...] bootchkey [or butchski, butski. Roback says from pockej, ‘hold on,’ a children’s cry].|