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puss·y 1

(po͝os′ē)
n. pl. puss·ies
1. Informal A cat.
2. Botany A fuzzy catkin, especially of the pussy willow.
3.
a. Vulgar Slang The vagina or vulva.
b. Offensive Slang A woman, or women, viewed as a source of sexual gratification.
c. Offensive Slang Sexual intercourse.
4. Offensive Slang
a. A person regarded as weak or timid.
b. A man regarded as unmanly.
5. Chiefly British Sweetheart; dear. Used as a term of endearment.

pus·sy 2

 (pŭs′ē)
adj. pus·si·er, pus·si·est
Containing or resembling pus.

pussy

(ˈpʊsɪ)
n, pl pussies
1. (Animals) Also called: puss or pussycat an informal name for a cat1
2. (Botany) a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
3. (Games, other than specified) a rare word for tipcat
4. taboo slang the female pudenda
5. taboo slang a woman considered as a sexual object
6. taboo slang chiefly US an ineffectual or timid person
[C18: from puss1]
Usage: Though it is possibly not quite as taboo for most people as the c-word, many still consider this item out of bounds in normal conversation and writing

pussy

(ˈpʌsɪ)
adj, -sier or -siest
(Pathology) containing pus

puss•y1

(ˈpʊs i)

n., pl. puss•ies.
a cat, esp. a kitten.
[1575–85]

pus•sy2

(ˈpʌs i)

adj. -si•er, -si•est.
puslike.
[1840–50]

pus•sy3

(ˈpʊs i)

n., pl. -sies. Vulgar Slang.
1. the vulva or vagina.
2. sexual intercourse with a woman.
[1875–80; perhaps < Dutch, a diminutive of poes vulva, akin to Low German pūse vulva, Old English pusa bag; see purse]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pussy - obscene terms for female genitalspussy - obscene terms for female genitals  
female genital organ, female genitalia, female genitals, fanny - external female sex organs; "in England `fanny' is vulgar slang for female genitals"
2.pussy - informal terms referring to a domestic cat
domestic cat, Felis catus, Felis domesticus, house cat - any domesticated member of the genus Felis
Adj.1.pussy - containing pus; "a purulent wound"
infected, septic - containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms; "a septic sore throat"; "a septic environment"; "septic sewage"
Translations
إمْرأة للجِنْس فَقَطعُضْو المرأة التَّناسُليقُطَيْطَه
číčakočkakotěkundapiča
kussemismissekatfisse
piĉo
kissimirrikisumärkäinenmärkivämirri
puncipina
kisakisikuntapíka
おまんこまんこ
putė
kaķītis, kaķukskuce, slampavagina
etterigkutpoespurulent
fittekattepuskusemuspus
ciparopny
pisică
cic acicacickamačičkapiča
fittakissesnippa
amcıkkedipisi pisiam

pussy

[ˈpʊsɪ]
A. N
1. (also pussycat) → minino m, gatito m
2. (= female genitals) → coño m
B. CPD pussy willow Nsauce m

pussy

[ˈpʊsi] n
(= cat) → minou m
(= woman's genitals) → chatte f , minou m

pussy

n
(= cat)Mieze f (inf), → Muschi f (inf)
(sl: = female genitals) → Muschi f (inf)
(esp US inf: = weakling) → Schlappschwanz m (inf), → Weichei nt (inf)

pussy

:
pussycat
n (baby-talk)Miezekatze f (baby-talk)
pussyfoot
vi (inf)
(= move cautiously)auf Zehenspitzen tappen, auf Samtpfoten schleichen
(= act cautiously) to pussy (about or around something)(um etw) wie die Katze um den heißen Brei schleichen (inf)
pussyfooting (inf)
n I’m fed up with his pussyich habe es satt, wie er immer wie die Katze um den heißen Brei schleicht
pussy willow
nSalweide f

puss

(pus) noun
a cat.
pussy (pusi) plural pussies noun
1. a cat, especially a kitten.
2. (slang, vulgar) a woman thought of as a sex object; a fuck.
3. (slang, vulgar) a woman's vagina.
ˈpussyfoot verb
to behave in a wary or timid way.