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Cooties is a fictional childhood disease, used in the United States of America and Canada as a ... The word is thought to originate from the Austronesian language family, in which the Philippine lan...

Urban Dictionary: cootie

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can be protected by a 'cootie shot', which involves tracing a 'circle, circle, dot, ... to have come from a child's misinterpretation of a slang word "cootie" meaning ...

Origin of the Cootie Name - VFW 2514

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The name "Cootie" originated in World War I when the different armies were ... Foreign Wars", and continuing to do good for all whom they come in contact with.

Cooties | Define Cooties at Dictionary.com

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Cooties definition, a louse, especially one affecting humans, as the body louse, head louse, or pubic louse. ... "Ye might ask 'em to come down and help us pick the cooties off," said Chrisfield and ... How Do I Get a Word into the Dictionary?

World Wide Words: Cooties

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Jul 26, 2003 ... Where did the word 'cooties' for lice come from? ... Q From Sarah: Children always say they're afraid of cooties, and I've always been curious ...

Appeals: cootie | Oxford English Dictionary

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Sep 29, 2012 ... Among North American children, 'cooties' are an imaginary germ with which a ... The word is thought to originate from the Austronesian languages ... use in the first half of the 20th century that the OED does not mention.

What does cooties mean? cooties Definition. Meaning of cooties ...

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Feb 12, 2002 ... This Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of cooties is. The slang word / phrase / acronym cooties means... . Online Slang ...

Cooties - Uncyclopedia - Wikia

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If you are worried about a person with cooties coming too close, a high powered rifle does the trick. If you come into contact with a person you are sure doesn't ...

Cootie History - MOC Supreme Headquarters

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The Military Order of the Cootie of the United States is a non-profit Veterans Service Organization. We are known as "The Honor Degree of the VFW" and our  ...

The Straight Dope: What is the origin of the word "cooties"?

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Aug 16, 1985 ... However, cooties in the original sense of body lice is known to most speakers of English. ... When they do skin grafts, what if they don't have enough skin? ... How did some crime fiction come to be described as "hard-boiled"?

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Where did the word cooties come from? - Slate

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Nov 6, 2015 ... But if you do get cooties from a cooter, there's a good chance they'll be ... The word may have come from kuta, meaning turtle to the Bambara ...

What are 'cooties' and when did the term first become popular?

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Jun 29, 2006 ... What are cooties and when did the term first become popular - trivia question / questions answer ... How many colors do "Cooties" come in?

The Grammarphobia Blog: Did World War I give us cooties?

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Aug 25, 2014 ... "Cooties," "trench coat," "zero hour," and other terms from World War I. ... suggested that these words—“cooty” and “cooties”—may have come from kutu, ... We had to do some investigating in a hospital today, and I might have ...