The Daily Beast: What happened to joey in Mexico after the kidnapping?
joey Rubin is the books editor at The Argentina Independent.
joey was strong, resourceful, plucky, goofy, and vulnerable—and, of course, you hoped she would pick Pacey over Dawson.
joey Silvera wins another batch of awards, though he has already left the show.
Before he could become a hosting legend, Reege had to pay his dues as the sidekick to joey Bishop on The joey Bishop Show.
From habit, joey took the picture of the accident and delivered it to Nugent.
Uncle joey Fesch joined him, as if to protect and defend him.
He was playing along with joey and the little dog at the time, and teaching the puppy to learn tricks.
I would not have your joey if his lips were droppin' honey and his pockets droppin' gold.
That cannot be now, joey; you are above my situation at the Hall, even allowing that you would ever enter it.
"young kangaroo," 1839, sometimes said to be from a native Australian word joè, but more recently often said to be of unknown origin. Perhaps an extended use of Joey, the familiar form of the male proper name Joseph, for which Partridge lists many common or coarse meanings in 20c. Australian slang. Farmer & Henley ("Slang and Its Analogues") quote an 1887 article on "Australian Colloquialisms":
JOEY is a familiar name for anything young or small, and is applied indifferently to a puppy, or a kitten, or a child, while a WOOD-AND-WATER-JOEY is a hanger about hotels and a doer of odd jobs.
[1896+; fr the nickname of Joseph Grimaldi, famous early 1800s British clown and pantomimist]