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outie

(ou′tē)
n. Slang
A protruding navel.
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A popular term for a belly button (umbilical cord residuum) that bulges outward
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outie

Vox populi An everted belly button–umbilical cord residuum incapable of collecting lint. See Inverted nipple. Cf Innie.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Like their ancient Indian counterparts, they can be very roughly divided into Outie and Innie.
Many people believe that you have an 'innie' if the doctor ties a good knot and if he doesn't you have an 'outie'.
Having an outie belly button suggests that the pregnant woman is already in her second or third trimester.
One might be a little bigger than the other or, as in your case, one nipple can be an innie while the other is an outie. Yes, like belly buttons.
WHAT determines if you have an "innie" or "outie" belly button?
Markle has also gone from being an innie to an outie, which means that she is (https://www.ibtimes.com/meghan-markle-will-reportedly-have-baby-girl-bookies-predict-february-due-date-2747619) already in her third trimester and will give birth very soon.
Next month, on October 8, individuals and organizations nominated for Out & Equal's Outie Awards will find out who will take the cake as beacons of leadership in the promotion of workplace equality for LGBT employees.
Usually a portion of the intestine has popped through the abdominal muscles, causing an oversized "outie."
Which is quite difficult, especially as I've just been pregnant and it was on the verge of becoming an 'outie'.
It was evident that Prince Harry's wife has gone from being an innie to an outie.
But if you really want to make your 'outie' neater, when you're older, you can ask your GP to refer you for surgery