Definition of bosie in English:

bosie

(also bosey)

noun

Australian
Cricket
  • An off break bowled with an apparent leg-break action; a googly.

    • ‘Cricket, with its googlies, boseys, chinamen, silly legs, byes, sundries - the whole argot - was incomprehensible without deep explanation.’

Origin

Early 20th century: from the name of Bernard J. T. Bosanquet (1877–1936), English all-round cricketer, + -ie.

Pronunciation

bosie

/ˈbəʊzi/