bunkie

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Etymology[edit]

bunk +‎ -ie

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Noun[edit]

bunkie (plural bunkies)

  1. Familiar term of address.
  2. bunkmate, someone with which one shares a bunk bed.
  3. a hut holding a bunk or bunks, a free-standing bedroom separate from the main house, which may or may not have other facilities (a fully outfitted outer house would be a guest house and not a bunkie)

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