Diminutive + -y.
- (informal or childish or affectionate) naked
2007, Nick Smith, Undead on Arrival, Luath Press Ltd., page 92:
- "'You may be used to parading nakey in front of strangers, but I'm not.'"
2009, Jean Montgomery, A Field of Angels, iUniverse, page 19:
- "'Well hello my nakey baby. Where are your pajamas?'"
2012, Deborah St.Hilaire, Divalution: The Evolution and Revolution of the Diva, AuthorHouse, page 73:
- "New rule of thumb: The older you get, the more you should cover but you can always be nakey at home."