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willie

noun (also willy) uk   us   /ˈwɪl.i/
[C] UK informal or child's word a penisthe willies [plural] informal a feeling of nervousness and fear, especially caused by something strange or threatening: Spending a night in the house alone always gives me the willies. Seeing something in the shadows, I suddenly got the willies and ran.
Translations of “willie”
in Chinese (Traditional) 小雞雞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小鸡鸡…
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