makee

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

makee

  1. Eye dialect spelling of makes.
    • 1919, Frederick O'Brien, White Shadows in the South Seas[1]:
      My son makee for pliest."
    • 1915, Edward C. Taylor, Ted Strong's Motor Car[2]:
      "Say, Song, you see something makee you flaid this moling?" said Stella, imitating Song's pidgin English.
    • 1911, Edwin Dingle, Across China on Foot[3]:
      "Alas!" he shouted, for we were at a rapid, "my savee makee good chow.
  2. Eye dialect spelling of make.
    • (Can we date this quote?) J.C. Hutcheson, Young Tom Bowling[4]:
      "You makee singsong ob de lilly buckra sailor!"

Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

makea (sweet)

Adjective[edit]

makee (comparative makeempi, superlative makein)

  1. (dialect) sweet
  2. (slang) cool, great, beautiful

Declension[edit]