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bickie / bikkie /ˈbɪki/
(countable noun) (informal) Usage note: This term is used by many speakers.
Short for ‘biscuit’, which is a sweet, flat, crispy snack, often eaten with tea or coffee. (In the US it is called a cookie.)
Example 1: The Dara Cinema was a cinema at one time, but it’s been transformed into a wonderful concert hall with a huge foyer where people can just hang around and chat, drink tea and eat lots of bikkies. (http://trippinthesixties.com/Barry's%20Blog%20past.html)
Example 2: In fact, I love chocky [chocolate] bickies as much as the next person and eat them when I want them. (http://blogs.theage.com.au/lifestyle/asksam/archives/2006/11/do_men_prefer_s.html)
Different kinds of bickies/bikkies on a table
(photo by Julia Miller)