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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.
References in classic literature ?
I fear this narrow-minded view of virtue, though, is not confined to pussies.
Beth had old-fashioned fragrant flowers in her garden, sweet peas and mignonette, larkspur, pinks, pansies, and southernwood, with chickweed for the birds and catnip for the pussies.
In order to get fair treatment, the answer is not to take away our pussies, the answer is not to deny our femaleness and femininity, the answer is to demand fair treatment.