Definition of Cooky. Meaning of Cooky. Synonyms of Cooky

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Definition of Cooky

Cooky
Cooky Cook"y, n.; pl. Cookies. [Cf. D. koek cake, dim. koekje; akin to G. kuchen, E. cake; or cf. OE. coket, prob., a sort of cake, and prob. of French origin.] A small, flat, sweetened cake of various kinds.

Meaning of Cooky from wikipedia

- diminutive form (+ suffix -ie) of the word cook, giving the Middle Scots cookie, cooky or cu(c)kie. It also gives an alternative etymology: like the American word...
- "Cooky Puss" is the debut single by the Beastie Boys. The song is their first hip hop recording, their first release featuring band member Adam Horovitz...
- personality, puppeteer, clown and artist known for playing "Cooky the Cook" (also Cooky the Clown) on Chicago's Bozo's Circus. Roy Brown was born in...
- Potato Head in a separate kit. Female characters Katie the Carrot and Cooky the Cu****ber also made an appearance. Hasbro also made a fast food based...
- After achieving local success with the 1983 experimental hip hop single "Cooky Puss", the Beastie Boys made a full transition to hip hop, and Sc****enbach...
- Ray Rayner and His Friends puppeteer Roy Brown created a new character, "Cooky the Cook." Sandburg left the show in January 1969 and Bell returned in March...
- Bob Bell as Bozo with Cooky the Clown (Roy Brown), on Bozo's Circus, 1976....
- subsequent releases when the Beasties repackaged the entire EP, along with the Cooky Puss 12", as the compilation album Some Old Bull****. All tracks composed...
- video, "Cooky"."Cooky" was also the name of an LG smartphone, and in the music video, the members can be seen dancing and playing with the "Cooky" smartphones...
- Tramp (1961–1969), Ray Rayner as Oliver O. Oliver (1961–1971), Roy Brown as Cooky the Cook (1968–1994), Marshall Brodien as Wizzo the Wizard (1968–1994),...
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