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girl·ie

 (gûr′lē)
adj.
1. also girly Featuring minimally clothed or naked women, typically in pornography: girlie magazines.
2. Variant of girly.
n. also girly Derogatory
A girl or young woman.

girlie

or

girly

n
a little girl
adj
1. displaying or featuring nude or scantily dressed women: a girlie magazine.
2. suited to or designed to appeal to young women: a girlie night out.

girl•ie

(ˈgɜr li)
Slang. adj.
1. featuring nude or scantily clad young women: a girlie show; girlie magazines.
n.
2. Offensive. a girl or woman (often used as a term of address).
[1855–60]
usage: Definition 2 is perceived as insulting.
Translations

girlie

[ˈgɜːlɪ]
A. N (US) → nena f, chiquilla f
B. CPD girlie magazine Nrevista f de desnudos

girlie

n (inf)Mädchen nt
adj attr magazinemit nackten Mädchen; photosvon nackten Mädchen

girlie

[ˈgɜːlɪ] adj (fam) (magazine, calendar) → con donnine nude
References in classic literature ?
But dark or fair, she is my own dear little girlie, and her mother's pet.
It is Betty, the eldest, he addresses, she is "Dear Child," "My dear Daughter," "My good Girlie.
Lauren and Simon did attend the afterparty at One Marylebone but quickly returned to his girlies for a private party.
Also featured this year is Kansas City's premiere cabaret show featuring live singing female impersonators, The Girlies.
said the splash in the Berlin tabloid BZ, "Now we are going to sort out the little English girlies.
Admittedly, Wolfie was not a girly dog," says Young, "but he always liked the girlies.
Notorious ladies man Lee was at Newz to launch his solo album, wowing the girlies with a few songs off his CD before dancing the night away with a chosen few.
And the girlies are getting in a right lather under their part-time business suits about this.
So get the girlies round, dress up, slip on your Manolos, pour a few Cosmopolitans and find out which of you is the biggest fan.
SOMEBODY please tell the Cheeky Girls' mum Margit it's about time she let her girlies go.
In a mishmash of creative spelling and vague threats against a black background, a group calling itself Hacking for Girlies ridiculed several members of the Times staff.
Morally devoid can-can girlies shamelessly expose their tender thighs amidst classically sick Pythonesque animation, penguins on the telly and ribald comedy skits