A wandering ballad-singer, with a brace of doxies, is last introduced upon the stage.
Our captainPage 143 was an excellent seaman, but had 'doxies of his own.
He may also commaund any of their women, which they cal doxies, to serue his turne.
O master, master, yonder's Ditty and Budget come in with two doxies!
Note especially all which go abroade working laces and shirt stringes, they name them doxies.
"rogue's girlfriend," 1520s, slang, of unknown origin (cf. dell (2)). Liberman says it is probably from Low German dokke "doll," "with the deterioration of meaning from 'sweetheart' and 'wench' to 'whore.'"