Meaning of looky-loo in English:

looky-loo

Pronunciation /ˈlʊkɪluː/

noun

(also lookie-loo)
  • 1North American informal A person who comes or stops to look at something out of curiosity, especially when such attention is unwelcome.

    • ‘the trespassing looky-loos caused her to build a fence around the front yard’
    1. 1.1A person who views something for sale with no genuine intention of making a purchase.
      • ‘a treat for all the North Shore's looky-loos: the popular Spring Designer Kitchen Tour’

Origin

1970s humorous reduplication of either look or looky.