doggie etymology

English word doggie comes from English dog, English -ie

Detailed word origin of doggie

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dog English (eng) (intransitive, emerging usage in, _, British) To watch, or participate, in sexual activity in a public place.. (intransitive, transitive) To intentionally restrict one's productivity as employee; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished.. (transitive) To follow in an annoying or harassing way.. (transitive) To pursue with the intent to catch.. (transitive, nautical) To fasten a hatch [...]
-ie English (eng) (occasionally, sometimes, derogatory) Forming nouns signifying the person associated with suffixed noun or verb.. Forming diminutive or affectionate forms of nouns or names.
doggie English (eng) (childish, or, endearing).

Words with the same origin as doggie

Descendants of -ie
anyone auntie barbie birdie blondie bookie brownie cutie girlie hottie junkie maggie movie one rookie someone sweetie un wan yan yen young youth youthful