Definition of booky in US English:

booky

noun

informal, rare
  • A bouquet of flowers.

adjective

informal
  • Characterized by, consisting of, or derived from books; devoted to books; bookish.

Origin

Mid 19th century. Representing a colloquial pronunciation of bouquet<br>early 18th century; earliest use found in John Ozell (d. 1743), translator. From book + -y.

Pronunciation

booky

/bʊˈki/