pussy


1pussy

noun \ˈp-sē\
plural puss·ies

Definition of PUSSY

1
:  cat
2
:  a catkin of the pussy willow

Origin of PUSSY

1puss
First Known Use: 1699

Other Mammals Terms

dormouse, dugong, gibbon, grimalkin, sable, stoat, ungulate, vole

2pus·sy

noun \ˈp-sē\
plural pus·sies

Definition of PUSSY

1
usually vulgar :  vulva
2
a usually vulgar :  sexual intercourse
b usually vulgar :  the female partner in sexual intercourse

Origin of PUSSY

perhaps of Low German or Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse pūss pocket, pouch, Low German pūse vulva, Old English pusa bag
First Known Use: 1699

3pus·sy

adjective \ˈpə-sē\
pus·si·erpus·si·est

Definition of PUSSY

:  full of or resembling pus <a pussy wound>

First Known Use of PUSSY

1888

Rhymes with PUSSY

4pus·sy

noun \ˈp-sē\
plural pus·sies

Definition of PUSSY

slang
:  a weak or cowardly man or boy :  wimp, sissy

Origin of PUSSY

short for pussycat
First Known Use: circa 1942

pus·sy

adjective \ˈpəs-ē\   (Medical Dictionary)
pus·si·erpus·si·est

Medical Definition of PUSSY

: full of or resembling pus

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