pussy
I. noun (plural pussies) Etymology: 1puss Date: 1726 1. cat 2. a catkin of the pussy willow II. noun (plural pussies) Etymology: perhaps of Low German or Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse pūss pocket, pouch, Low German pūse vulva, Old English pusa bag Date: circa 1879 1. usually vulgar vulva 2. a. usually vulgar sexual intercourse b. usually vulgar the female partner in sexual intercourse III. adjective (pussier; -est) Date: circa 1890 full of or resembling pus <
a pussy wound
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IV. noun (plural pussies) Etymology: short for pussycat Date: circa 1942 slang a weak or cowardly man or boy ; wimp, sissy

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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