Definition of doolie in English:

doolie

noun

US
informal
  • A freshman at the US Air Force Academy.

    • ‘Sponsor families help doolies adjust to the area and to school.’
    • ‘I've got one of my doolies running it but it seems to be only consuming 13 percent of the CPU cycles.’

Origin

From Hindi ḍolī, diminutive of ḍolā cradle or litter.

Pronunciation:

doolie

/ˈdo͞olē/