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From cookie, the snack food.

Proper noun[edit]


  1. An endearing or condescending nickname.
    • 2003, Katherine 'Cookie' Jones, I Know A Way Out, Xlibris Corporation, →ISBN, page 21:
      Anyway, I went into the house and before I could get passed the bedroom, he called me. I hated him for calling me. He would say, “Come here, Cookie,” and for some reason, I was stupid and scared and I listened to this man.
    • 2003, "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings", season 4, episode 18 of Futurama
      [Robot Devil's roulette with names of robots stops at his own name, "Robot Devil". As a result, he has to give his own hands to Fry.]
      Fry: Robot Devil? I get your hands? Zam!
      Robot Devil: Oh, what an appallingly ironic outcome.
      Bender: It's not ironic, it's just coincidental. Now fork over those lady-fingers, Cookie!

See also[edit]

  • cookie (affectionate nickname for a cook)