Definition of pooly in US English:

pooly

(also poolie, pooley)

noun

Irish English
slang
  • A small pool, especially of urine. Chiefly in "to do (also make) pooly": to urinate; to ejaculate.

adjective

rare
  • Of the nature of or resembling a pool.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in James Halliwell (1820–1889), antiquary and literary scholar. From pool + -y<br>mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Bell (fl. 1650). From pool + -y.

Pronunciation

pooly

/ˈpuːli/