kook|y or kook|ie «KOO kee», adjective, kook|i|er, kook|i|est. Slang.
1. odd or silly: »

kooky little polo-neck sweater dresses.

SYNONYM(S): quaint, whimsical.
2. crazy: »

kooky about dancing.

[apparently < cuckoo crazy]
kook´i|ness, noun.

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