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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2016
puss•y1 /ˈpʊsi/USA pronunciation   n. [countable], pl.puss•ies. 
  1. a cat, esp. a kitten.

WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2016
puss•y1  (pŏŏsē),USA pronunciation n., pl.  puss•ies. 
  1. a cat, esp. a kitten.
  2. Gamesthe game of tipcat.
  3. the tapering piece of wood used in tipcat.
  • puss1 + -y2 1575–85

pus•sy2  (pusē),USA pronunciation adj.,  -si•er, -si•est. [Med.]
  1. Medicinepuslike.
  • pus + -y1 1840–50

pus•sy3  (pŏŏsē),USA pronunciation n., pl.  -sies.  Slang (vulgar) .
  1. Sex and Gender, Slang Termsthe vulva.
  2. Sex and Gender, Slang Termssexual intercourse.
  • Dutch, a diminutive of poes vulva, akin to Low German pūse vulva, Old English pusa bag; see purse
  • perh. 1875–80


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

pussy /ˈpʊsɪ/ n ( pl pussies)

  1. Also called: puss, pussycat /ˈpʊsɪˌkæt/
    an informal name for a cat1
  2. a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
  3. taboo slang the female pudenda
  4. taboo slang chiefly US an ineffectual or timid person
Etymology: 18th Century: from puss1
pussy /ˈpʌsɪ/ adj ( -sier, -siest)
  1. containing pus



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