willy


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willy

(ˈwɪlɪ)
n
(Anatomy) informal Brit a childish or jocular term for penis
Translations

willy

[ˈwɪlɪ] N
1. (Anat) → colita f, pito m
2. the willies
see willies

willy

willie [ˈwɪli] n
(British) (= penis) → quéquette f
to give sb the willies → foutre la trouille à qn
References in classic literature ?
But Tancred, the bay horse, began to make such spirited remonstrances against this frequent change of direction, that Stephen, catching sight of Willy Moss peeping through the gate, called out, "Here
Lead him up and down just here for five minutes," he added to Willy, who was now close to them; and then he turned to Maggie's side, and they walked on.
Like most sensualists he enjoyed talk- ing of women, and for an hour he lingered about gossiping with Tom Willy.
I did not know all the men who were sitting about, but I recognized a furniture salesman from Kansas City, a drug man, and Willy O'Reilly, who travelled for a jewellery house and sold musical instruments.
Antonia seemed frightened at first, and kept looking questioningly at Lena and Tiny over Willy O'Reilly's shoulder.
He says he is going to punch Willy Fraser's head if Willy keeps on thinking he is Miss Cecily King's beau.
Willy went away, to join them; but if he had known how I should miss him in our little bed at night, he never would have left me, I am sure.
Take hold of Master Charley's hand, Miss Mamie, and walk pretty, like Willy and Flossy," said the maid.
I think that it is very likely that you are right, Willy," answered the mother seriously.
The young man stood on the defensive until the old count's ire was completely kindled; he carried his point, and made the greenhorn tipsy, willy nilly.
And after all, articulate men, in the act of thinking, willy nilly use images that correspond to words and that amplify words.
I should like to think, too, that Spenser called him "our pleasant Willy.