Definition of doolie in English:

doolie

noun

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

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

Origin

From Hindi ḍolī, diminutive of ḍolā cradle or litter.

Pronunciation:

doolie

/ˈdo͞olē/