pussy

1
[ poo s-ee ]
/ ˈpʊs i /

noun, plural puss·ies.

Informal. a cat, especially a kitten.
Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. a timid, passive person, especially a man.

Origin of pussy

1
First recorded in 1575–85; puss1 + -y2

Definition for pussy (2 of 3)

pussy2
[ poo s-ee ]
/ ˈpʊs i /

noun, plural pus·sies. Slang: Vulgar.

the vulva.
sexual intercourse with a woman.
Disparaging and Offensive. women collectively, regarded as sex objects.

Origin of pussy

2
1875–80; perhaps < Dutch, a diminutive of poes ‘vulva’, akin to Low German pūse ‘vulva’, Old English pusa ‘bag’; see purse

Definition for pussy (3 of 3)

pussy3
[ puhs-ee ]
/ ˈpʌs i /

adjective, pus·si·er, pus·si·est. Medicine/Medical.

Origin of pussy

3
First recorded in 1840–50; pus + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for pussy (1 of 2)

pussy1
/ (ˈpʊsɪ) /

noun plural pussies

Also called: puss, pussycat (ˈpʊsɪˌkæt) an informal name for a cat 1
a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
a rare word for tipcat
taboo, slang the female pudenda
taboo, slang a woman considered as a sexual object
taboo, slang, mainly US an ineffectual or timid person

Word Origin for pussy

C18: from puss 1

usage for pussy

Though 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

British Dictionary definitions for pussy (2 of 2)

pussy2
/ (ˈpʌsɪ) /

adjective -sier or -siest

containing pus
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Medicine definitions for pussy

pussy
[ pŭsē ]

adj.

Containing or resembling pus.
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