oopsy

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Etymology[edit]

From oops +‎ -y

Pronunciation[edit]

Interjection[edit]

oopsy

  1. Diminutive form of oops.
    • 1992, Armistead Maupin, Maybe the Moon
      "Oopsy..." She grabbed the wheel and made a quick recovery. "Sorry."
    • 2001, Piers Anthony, The Dastard
      Then she heard the baying. "What's that?" "I fear it's a werewolf pack on the hunt." That she understood. "Oopsy!" She flapped her arms harder...
    • 2007, Jeff Rowland, The Reel Adventures of a Marion County Angler
      The woman then looked directly at the angler and sweetly said, "Oopsy." She then bent over and deposited his jigs into her tackle bag.

Noun[edit]

oopsy (plural oopsies)

  1. (very colloquial, childish) A mistake, particularly such when babies who excretes in their pants.
    I have made an oopsy.

Verb[edit]

oopsy (third-person singular simple present oopsies, present participle oopsying, simple past and past participle oopsied)

  1. (very colloquial, childish) To make a mistake, particularly of babies who excretes in their pants.
    I think your baby might have oopsied in his pants.

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