Reverse Dictionary: WO – WOM


WOBBLE, WOBBLING, WOBBLY – ADJECTIVES
– ON THE WAMBLE staggering, wobbling …1881
– RACKETY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1824 Amer. dial.
– RACKILY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1967 Amer. dial.
– RACKLETY unstable, falling to pieces, ready to collapse, wobbly …1967 Amer. dial.
– UPON THE WAMBLE staggering, wobbling …1881
– WEE-WAW  askew; crooked; more on one side than the other;  rickety, shaky, loose, unsteady, wobbling …1746 Eng. & Amer. dial.
– WOBBLEDY wobbly …1898 Amer. dial.
 
WOBBLE etc. – ADVERBS
– LAP-LEGGED in a lopsided or wobbly fashion …1948 Amer. dial.
 
WOBBLE etc. – VERBS
– FLOBBER to sag and wobble; to sag and collapse like a deflating balloon …1887
​- WABBLE to wobble; to walk unsteadily, to stagger, to totter, to rock on one’s feet, to waffle …1786 Sc.
– WALLOP to dangle, to flap, to wobble …1822 chiefly Sc. & colloq.
– WARBLE to vibrate, to quiver; to wobble …1549 obs.
– WEEWAW to set askew; to proceed unsteadily; to be shaky, wobbly or rickety …1914 Amer. dial.
– WEE-WOW to be shaky, rickety, or wobbly …1927 Amer. dial.
– YEE-YAW to swerve back and forth; to wobble …1935 Amer. dial.


WOE, WOEBEGONE, WOEFUL – ADJECTIVES
BALE sorrowing, mournful, woeful …c1220 obs.
DAWFUL doleful, woebegone …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
SADLY-BEGONE woebegone, disappointed …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SAIRIE;  SAIRY;  SARRY in a poor or sorry state, pitiable, woeful, incompetent, paltry …1721 Sc.
UNLAIGHT doleful, serious, woebegone …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
WAFF melancholy, woebegone …1868 Sc.
WAILY oppressed with woe …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

WOE – INTERJECTIONS
DEAR! an exclamation of woe, surprise, annoyance, etc. …1694
EALIE! an exclamation of woe …1845 Sc.

WOE etc. – NOUNS
BALE evil, esp. considered in its active operation, as destroying, blasting, injuring, hurting, paining, tormenting; fatal, dire, or malign quality of influence; woe, mischief, harm, injury; in earlier use often: death, infliction of death …a1000
BALE physical suffering, torment, pain, woe …c1250 obs.
WANE misery, woe …a1200 obs.


WOLF – NOUNS
KENNEL a pack or troop of animals, as wolves, leopards, and lions …1641
LESSES the dung of a ‘ravenous’ animal, as a wild boar, wolf, or bear …a1400 hunting usage obs.
LOAFER the gray wolf …1877 Amer. dial.
LOBO a gray wolf …1852 Amer. dial.
LOVER WOLF the gray wolf …1976 Amer. dial.
MOUNTAIN NIGHTINGALE a nickname for the gray wolf …1930 Amer. dial.


WOLVERINE – NOUNS
INDIAN DEVIL a wolverine …1916 Amer. dial.
SKUNK BEAR the wolverine …1876 Amer. dial.


WOMAN, WOMANHOOD, WOMANISH – ADJECTIVES
– BIMBO NUTS fond of girls or women …World War II Amer. sl.
– FEMINARY womanish …1630 obs.
– FEMINATE resembling a woman, effeminate; female, feminine …a1533 obs. rare
– FEMINILE peculiar to a woman; feminine …1650 obs.
– FEMMY of a man: too particular or fussy; womanish …1967 Amer. dial.
– GYNAECANDRICAL common to men and women …1684 obs.
– GYNAECIAN pert. to women …1640 rare
– GYNAECOCOENIC having women in common …a1822
– GYNOCENTRIC centred on or dominated by women; taking a female or a feminist point of view …1909
– GYNOPHILIAN woman-loving …1647 obs.
– GYNOPHILOUS woman-loving …1623 obs.
– JANE of a woman: smart, sophisticated …1920s Sc. sl.
– LASSIEISH young-womanish …1882 chiefly Sc.
– MULIEROUS fond of women …1650 obs.
– SKIRT, THE women collectively …1899 sl.
– SPLIT MUTTON womankind …18C sl., derogatory
– TIT(S) AND ARSE;  TIT(S) AND ASS denoting the crude display of female sexuality on stage, in films, newspapers, books, etc. ..1972 sl.
– TITS AND BUMS denoting the crude display of female sexuality on stage, in films, newspapers, books, etc. …1972 sl.
 – WOMAN-MUCKLE grown up to be a woman, having arrived at womanhood …1898 Sc.
 
 WOMAN etc. – NOUNS
– ACTION a woman …1960s sl., orig. African-American
– BAINGLE a term of abuse applied to a woman …1870 Sc.
– BEAR-UP the act of ‘following’ a woman …1900 US colloq.
– BERYL a word of admiration for a woman …c1440 obs.
– BLONDE TROUBLE fondness for girls …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– CALICO FEVER the desire to pursue women …M19 US sl.
– DAME COMPLEX fondness for girls …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– FAIR SEX the female sex; women in general …20C
– FEMICIDE the killing of a woman …1801
– GAGGLE a company of women; used derisively …c1470
– GYNAECOCRACY;  GYNECOCRACY government by a woman or women; female rule or mastery …1612
– GYNAECOLATRY woman-worship …1888
– GYNARCHY government by a woman or women …1587
– GYNIOLATRY adoration of or excessive devotion to women …1876
– GYNOCENTRISM primary or exclusive focus on women …1897
– GYNOCRACY government by a woman or women; female rule or mastery …1728
– GYNOPHOBIA fear of women …1886
– HENFEST a women’s gathering or party …1942 Amer. sl.
– JANE CROW discrimination against women …1970s sl.
– MULIEROSITY excessive fondness for women; addiction to women …1656 rare
– PLENTY OF HAIR large numbers of women …M19 sl.
– PUGGY an endearment to a woman or child …17C colloq.
– PUSS a term of endearment for a woman …17C sl.
– QUIM used collectively with reference to women, often with an implication of promiscuity …1935 sl.
– WASHBOARD FIGURE a feminine figure without curves …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
 
WOMAN etc.  – NOUNS, PERSON
– ACTION a woman …1963 sl., orig. African-American
– ACTION PIECE a woman …1983 African-American sl.
– ANCIENT DUTCH a woman …L19 sl.
– ANKLE a young woman; an attractive woman or girl  …1940s US sl.
– APRON a negative expression for a woman; a wife …1920s African-American sl.
– APRON-TRADE women …1873 Eng. dial.
– ARMFUL a girl or woman, esp. a large or curvaceous one …1608 colloq.
– ARTICLE a girl, a woman …c1810 sl.
– B a woman …1994 African-American sl.
– BABAI a girl or woman …1972 Amer. dial.
– BABE a girl, a girlfriend, a young woman, esp. if attractive …1905 sl., orig. US
– BABE a woman; also as a term of address …1915 sl., chiefly US
– BABY a girl or young woman; also a form of address – 1839 sl., chiefly US
– BACHELOR a maid, a single woman …1632 obs. rare
– BACON a woman …1992 US college sl.
– BAG a woman …Bk1944 service sl.
– BAGGAGE a playful term for any young woman; a flirtatious young woman …1672
– BAGGISH a woman or a child, used familiarly or playfully …1778 Eng. dial.
– BAH a woman (Bitch-Ass Ho) …2000 African-American sl., derogatory
– BAN a woman …Bk1888 Sc.
– BAND a woman …1934 Amer. Black usage
– BANNA a young man or woman …1994 W. Indies teen usage
– BARNACLE a woman …1950 US criminals’ sl.
– BAROSSA (PEARL) a girl, a woman …1999 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘Barossa Pearl’
– BART a girl; a woman…c1882 Aust. sl. obs.
– BARTY a girl; a woman…c1882 Aust. sl. obs.
– BAT a girl or young woman, esp. an unattractive or ugly girl; not necessarily uncomplimentary …c1910 Amer. student sl.
– BEAGLE a young woman, esp. an unattractive young woman; a gloomy or unpleasant person of either sex …1946 US sl.
– BEASEL a young woman, with overtones of sexual precocity …1922 US sl.
– BED-FAGGOT a contemptuous term for a woman, generally applied to a  prostitute …M19 sl.
– BEEFSTEW a woman …1892 US sl.
– BEETLE a young woman, esp. one who dresses in flashy clothes …1931 sl.
– BETTY a woman; a young attractive woman …1967 US sl.
– BESOM;  BEZOM a term of reproach or contempt applied to a woman, esp. a woman of loose or slovenly habits …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– BEWER a woman, esp. one seen as sexually appealing and/or of loose character …1886 sl., orig. tramp usage
– BIATCH applied opprobriously to a woman; a malicious or treacherous woman; a bitch …1986 orig. & chiefly US sl., derogatory & offensive
– BID a young woman …1900 US college sl.
– BIDDIE a young woman …1944 African-American sl.
– BIDDY a young woman …Bk1785 sl.
– BIM;  BIMB a young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1925 US sl.
– BIMBO a woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1920 sl., orig. US
– BIMBY a woman …1921 sl., orig. US
– BINGO a woman …1964 US sl.
– BINT a girl, a (young) woman; a girlfriend; a woman regarded as a sex object …1855 colloq., mainly derogatory
– BINTY a girl, a young woman …2000 UK sl.
– BIRD a young woman, a girlfriend; a mistress …c1550 UK sl.
– BIRDIE a maiden, a girl; a young woman; a girlfriend, a mistress …1876
– BIRD OF PARADISE a young woman, a girlfriend; a mistress …1784 UK sl.
– BISCUIT a young woman, who is ‘sweet’ and/or ‘good enough to eat’ …1855 sl.
– BIT a woman; a young woman …1923 Brit. sl., mainly derogatory
– BITCH a woman, with no disrespectful meaning …Bk1898
– BITIE a young woman …1995 African-American sl.
– BIT OF CALICO a young woman or women …1868 Amer. sl.
– BIT OF CRACKLING a girl; young women generally …c1890 sl.
– BIT OF FLUFF a girl or young woman …1939 Amer. sl. 
– BIT OF KYFER a woman …L19 sl.
– BIT OF MUSLIN a young woman, esp. if a prostitute …1821 sl.
– BIT OF MUTTON, A a nice woman, generally in a questionable sense …1889 sl.
– BIT OF SKIN a woman, a girlfriend …1922 UK sl.
– BIT OF SKIRT a woman …L19 sl.
– BIT OF STUFF a young woman, usually attractive and often out enjoying herself …1771 UK sl.
– BIT OF TAIL a young woman …1927 UK sl.
– BITTY a young woman …1962 US sl.
– BLADE a depreciatory term for a woman. …Bk1887 Eng. dial.
– BLIZZOM a mild term of reproach for a young woman …Bk1886 Eng. dial.
– BONE a woman; not necessarily uncomplimentary …1970 Amer. dial.
– BOX a young woman …1955-57 Amer. sl.
– BRIDE a young woman; a maiden …c1275 obs.
– BROAD a woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1911 sl., orig. & chiefly US, usually derogatory
– BUER;  BUOR;  BURE a woman, esp. one seen as sexually appealing and/or of loose character …1807 orig. tramp sl.
– BUNDLE a woman, esp. a fat one …a1825 Eng. dial. & sl.
– CABBAGE a girl, a young woman …1940s sl.
– CALIC a woman …1848 Amer. dial.
– CALICO a woman or girl; women considered as sexual objects …1848 US colloq.
– CANARY a young woman or girl; esp. a female vocalist; a songster …1862 US
– CANARY-BIRD a woman …1940s Aust. sl.
– CARLINE;  CARLING a woman, esp. an old one; often implying contempt or disparagement …a1300 chiefly Sc.
– CASSAVA a woman …1980s African-American
– CATTLE women in general …E20 US criminals’ sl.
– CHAP a young woman; a girl …1860 Amer. dial.
– CHAPESS a woman …1966 Brit. jocular
– CHARLEY WHEELER a girl or woman; one’s girlfriend …20C Aust. rhyming sl. on ‘Sheila’
– CHARLIE a girl, a young woman …M20 Aust. sl.
– CHICK a young woman; a sexually attractive young woman …1899 sl., orig. US
– CHICKEE;  CHICKIE;  CHICKY a young girl or woman…1919 US teen sl., orig. Aust.
– CHICKEN a young woman; a sweetheart …1950 Amer. dial.
– CHICKEY-BABE a young woman, esp. a good-looking one …1991 Aust. sl.
– CHICKLET a young woman; a sexually attractive young woman …1922 US sl.
– CHICKLETTE a young woman …1920s sl., orig. US
– CHICKY-BABE a young woman, esp. a good-looking one …1991 Aust. sl.
– CHICLET a young woman; a sexually attractive young woman …1922 US sl.
– CHIE a woman …M19 UK criminals’ & tramps’ sl.
– CHIP a girl or young woman …1892 Amer. sl.
– CHIPPIE;  CHIPPY a young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1886 sl., orig. US, usually derogatory
– CHIQUITA a girl or young woman …1942 Amer. sl. (Spanish)
– COOKEY;  COOKIE a person; a gal, a guy …1930 Amer. sl.
– COOLER a woman, esp. a wife as opposed to a mistress or lover …E17 sl.
– COOL MAMMA a woman who is very fond of men and is always trying to know more …1967 Amer. dial.
– COOSE;  COOZ;  COOZE a term of abuse for a woman …1940s sl.
– COOSIE a term of abuse for a woman …1940s sl.
– COOZEY;  COOZIE;  COOZY a term of abuse for a woman …1940s sl.
– CRACK any young woman or any girl …20C US sl.
– CREAM PUFF a woman …20C US sl.
– CROW a girl or woman, esp. one who is old or ugly …1938 sl., derogatory
– DAM a woman, esp. an old woman …1796 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DAMACK a girl, a young woman …Bk1900 Sc.
– DAMACKIE a girl, a young woman …Bk1900 Sc.
– DAME a woman; a girl; often used disparagingly; now suggesting a tough or old-fashioned viewpoint …1698
– DAMIE a young unmarried woman; a girl …1789 Sc.
– DAMSDIL a young woman; a damsel …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DAUGHTER a girl, maiden, young woman (no express reference to relationship) …1382 obs. or arch.
– DEAL a woman …1960s African-American sl.
– DEVIL AND HIS DAM, THE applied opprobriously to a woman …1393 obs.
– DEVIL’S DAM, THE applied opprobriously to a woman …1538 obs.
– DIDDY a girl or a woman …L18 sl.
– DINGBAT a woman who is neither your mother nor your sister …1944 Amer. dial.
– DITCH a term of abuse for a woman …17C sl.
– DODSEY a woman ..1708 criminals’ sl.
– DOE a woman …1909 jocular
– DONA;  DONAH a woman; a girlfriend …1873 Brit. sl.
– DORIS a woman …2001 UK sl.
– DOXY a girlfriend; a woman …1818 sl.
– DRY GOODS a woman; a woman considered sexually …20C US colloq.
– DUCK a young woman; a woman considered sexually …20C US sl.
– DUDETTE a girl or woman …1984 US jocular
– DUNTIBOUR a depreciative term for a woman; esp. a female attendant at court …a1513 Sc. obs.
– EAU-DE-COLOGNE a woman …1937 UK rhyming sl. on polari ‘palone’ (a woman)
– EVE a woman one cannot identify …1965 Amer. dial.
– FAB a woman (Fat-Ass Bitch) …2000s African-American sl., derogatory
– FACKET a term of reproach to a woman; a fagot …Bk1886 Eng. dial. 
– FAGGOT;  FAGOT a term of contempt for a woman, esp. an old or dissipated woman …1591 Brit.
– FAIR a woman; a member of the ‘fair sex; esp. a beautiful or beloved woman; one’s sweetheart …c1450
– FAIR ONE a woman …a1450
– FAIRY a young woman, with the possible implication of promiscuity …M17
– FAIRY a woman or girl …1856 Amer. sl.
– FAL a girl, a young woman …1868 rhyming sl. for ‘gal’
– FALLAL a gaudily-dressed woman; a term of contempt for a woman …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– FANCY BIT the vagina; thus, a young woman …19C sl.
– FEM a young woman …1871 US sl.
– FEMALE UNIT a young woman …1980s US college sl.
– FEMME a young woman …1871 US sl.
– FISH a heterosexual female …M20 US homosexual usage
– FLEAK a woman; a foolish or giddy woman …E17 Brit. colloq., derogatory
– FLOOSEY;  FLOOSIE;  FLOOSY;  FLOOZIE;  FLUZIE a girl, a young woman, a woman …E20 sl.
– FLOSSIE a girl, a young woman, a woman …E20 sl.
– FLUFF a young woman …E20 US sl.
– FLY-BY-NIGHT a term of contempt for a woman …18C colloq.
– FRAIL a woman …1899 sl., chiefly US
– FRILL a woman; often used contemptuously …1927 US sl.
– FUSBY a term of contempt applied to women …1707 obs.
– GADGET a girl or young woman …World War II Amer. Armed Forces sl. 
– GAL a woman …1795 colloq.
– GASH a woman …1914 sl., derogatory
– GASH-GRINDER a promiscuous woman; a derogatory term for a woman …1990 US sl.
– GAY GIRL a young woman …c1350 poetic usage obs.
– GAZELLE a young woman …1871 jocular
– GEEZERBIRD a young woman characterized by the behaviour and positive involvement in activities (drinking, swearing, sport, etc.) stereotypically enjoyed by males …2002 UK sl.
– GEEZERCHICK a young woman characterized by the behaviour and positive involvement in activities (drinking, swearing, sport, etc.) stereotypically enjoyed by males …2002 UK sl.
– GEL(L) a girl, a young woman  …1857
– GENTLEDAME a gentlewoman …1647 obs. rare
– GENTLEWOMAN a woman of good birth or breeding …c1230
– GENTRY MORT a noble woman, or a gentlewoman; a lady …1567 sl.
– GERTIE a heterosexual woman; any woman …1972 S. Afr. homosexual sl.
– GERTOSS a girl; a young woman …2003 NZ teen sl.
– GG a straight woman; any woman (Genetic Girl) …Bk1972 homosexual sl.
– G’HAL a young working-class woman …1850 US sl.
– GIGGLER a young woman, esp. a wanton woman, a prostitute …c1698 UK criminals’ sl.
– GILL a young woman …c1460
– GILLET a giddy or flighty young woman; a jilt; sometimes a familiar or contemptuous term for a girl or young woman, a wench …1755 Sc.
– GILLIAN a woman; esp. a young woman; a flirtatious or sexually promiscuous woman; also, a prostitute …1573 obs.
– GIMCRACK an affected, showy, or worthless person; a conceited fellow; a fop; in later use a term of contempt applied to women …1618 obs.
– GIMMER a term of contempt for a woman; a female friend; a gossip …1773 Sc.
– GINCH a girl or woman …Bk1975 Amer. sl. rare
– GINGER a young woman …1865 UK criminals’ sl.
– GINGER-CAKE a young woman …1906 UK criminals’ sl.
– GINKIE a term of reproach applied to a woman …1825 Sc. obs.
– GIP a woman, esp. a Black woman …1846 US sl., derogatory
– GIPSY a term of contempt for a woman, as being cunning, deceitful, fickle, or the like; in more recent use merely playful, and applied esp. to a brunette; a thoughtless, giddy girl; sometimes used playfully as a term of endearment …1632
– GIRL a young or relatively young woman …a1375
– GIRL a woman of any age …1878
– GIRLEEN a girl or young woman …1833 Irish English
– GIRLFRIEND a woman …1990s African-American sl.
– GIRLIE;  GIRLY a young woman, a girl; in earlier use, a little girl; also, a term of endearment …1786
– GIRLIE-GIRL;  GIRLY-GIRL a woman or girl regarded as particularly feminine or girlish …1880
– GIRLIE-GIRLIE;  GIRLY-GIRLY a girl, a little girl; a woman with a girlish outlook or having girlish or feminine qualities; also, a showgirl …1888
– GIRZIE a form of address to a young woman …1887 Sc., slightly derogatory
– GROUSE a young woman; hence, copulation …1864 Amer. sl.
– GRUMMET a woman, esp. as a sex object …1960s sl., orig. NZ surfers
– GUSSET a woman, esp. a woman considered sexually …17C Brit.
– GUY a woman; a person of either sex regarded as decent, down-to-earth, good company, etc. …1927 Amer. sl.
– GUYESS a woman or girl …2000s sl.
– HAGGAGE a term of reproach for a woman; an untidy, slatternly, or slovenly woman …1746 Eng. dial.
– HAGGAGING a term of reproach for a woman …1876 Eng. dial.
– HAIRPIN a woman …1920s US sl.
– HAIRY a woman, esp. a poor woman …1920s Sc. sl.
– HAMMER a girl; a beautiful girl; a woman …1969 African-American sl.
– HARLOT a woman; a general term of contempt …c1485 rare
– HARLOTRY a prostitute; a harlot; a term of opprobrium for a woman …1584 now rare or obs.
– HARRY a countryman, a rude boor; an opprobrious term applied to a woman …1899 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– HAT any female …Bk2004 African-American sl.
– HAY-BAG a woman …1851 Amer. sl.
– HEAD a young woman or girl; usually used with an adjective, as in ‘a wise head’ …1933 Amer. sl.
– HEIFER a woman …1835 sl., derogatory
– HO(E) a generic term describing any woman …1950s sl.
– HUSSY;  HUZZY formerly: a woman; a lass; hence, a strong country woman; a woman of low social status; also, a disreputable woman of improper behaviour, or of light or worthless character; a badly-behaved, pert, or mischievous girl …1647
– JADE a term of contempt applied to women …1560 sl.
– JANE a woman; a young woman; a girlfriend …L19 sl., orig. US
– JUDY a woman; a wife; a girlfriend …1885 sl.
– KEEK a term of contempt for a young woman, a jade, a vixen …1915 Sc.
– KEIL a young woman, possibly under the age of consent …1859 US sl.
– KIDDY a young woman …1904 Amer. sl.
– KINCH a young woman …M18 UK criminals’ sl.
– KINCHEN;  KINCHIN a young woman …M18 UK criminals’ sl.
– KITTOCK a familiar or disrespectful term for a girl or young woman; esp. a woman of loose character; a wanton, an unchaste woman; a mistress, a concubine …c1470 Sc.
– KNITTING a young woman or young women collectively …1943 Brit. naval sl.
– LACED-MUTTON any woman …16C sl.
– LADETTE a young woman characterized by her behaviour and positive involvement in activities stereotypically enjoyed by males, as drinking, swearing, sports, etc. …1995 UK sl.
– LADYKIND the lady or female portion of a party; also: a woman …1829
– LAMB-PIE a young woman …a1625 obs.
– LAPLAND women in general; women considered sexually …19C Brit. sl.
– LAUNDRY women …1970s US sl.
– LEG a young woman; women considered sexually …1960s US colloq.
– LEMON CURD a woman …1960s rhyming sl. for ‘bird’
– LINE a young girl or woman …M20 Aust. sl.
– LITTLE BIT OF EYES RIGHT a woman, usually attractive …1910s Aust. sl.
– LUCKY-MINNIE a term of reproach to a woman …B1900 Sc.
– LIZARD a young woman …1989 Amer. rap music usage
– MA’AM a title for a woman …1668
– MA’AMSELLE mademoiselle …c1794
– MADAM a term of contempt for a woman …1802 Eng. dial.
– MADGE a woman …16C sl.
– MAGGIE a young woman or girl …Bk1905 Sc.
– MALKIN used as a female personal name; typically applied to a woman of the lower classes …c1275 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– MAMA;  MAMMA a woman, esp. an attractive one; a wife or girlfriend …1920 Amer. dial., esp. Black
– MANESS a woman as the feminine of man …1594 rare
– MAN-HUNTERS women, esp. spinsters and widows …L19 Brit. jocular usage
– MANISHEE a woman …1923 Sc.
– MANTO women, girls …1990s rhyming sl. for ‘fanny’ (Mantovani)
– MANTOVANI women, girls …1990s rhyming sl. for ‘fanny’
– MARE a term of contempt for a woman …1303
– MARMOSET a term of endearment or playful reproach to a woman or child …1526 obs.
– MAT a woman, a wife …L18 colloq.
– MATTRESS a woman …20C US colloq.
– MAUD a woman or an effeminate man …1896 Amer. sl.
– MAY a maid; a maiden …1810 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MEG a woman; a country girl …1801 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MERRA;  MERROW a young woman …Bk1997 
– MIDDEN a term of contempt for a woman; a dirty, slovenly woman …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MINI SKIRT a woman …1977 US sl.
– MINK a woman …Bk1995 US sl.
– MINX a contemptuous name for a woman or girl …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– MISSIE;  MISSY a title or term of address for a girl or woman …1810 Amer. dial.
– MIVVY a term of contempt for a woman …L19 sl.
– MIXEN a term of abuse or reproach to a woman or child …1777 Eng. dial.
– MO’ a woman; a young girl …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MOCHIE a woman …2005 S. Afr. prison sl.
– MODICUM a young woman …1611 obs., derogatory
– MOGGIE;  MOGGY originally: a girl, a young woman; later, an untidily dressed woman; a slattern …1648 orig. Sc. & Eng. dial. rare
– MOILLERE a wife, a woman …Bk1888 obs.
– MOLE a woman …1965 Aust. sl., usually derogatory
– MOLISHER;  MOLLISHER a woman; a low-class girl or woman; one living in concubinage; a wife …1812 sl.
– MOLL a girl, a woman, esp. a prostitute …1604 rare
– MOLLEY;  MOLLY a girl, a woman, esp. a lower-class one; a prostitute …1706 now chiefly Irish English
– MOMMY a woman, any woman; spec. as a term of address …a1955 African-American usage
– MONISHER;  MONNISHER a girl, a woman; esp. a prostitute; later, also, the girlfriend of a thief or criminal …1765 sl. rare
– MOOSE a woman, esp. one considered to be unattractive or very ugly…1941 sl., derogatory
– MOP a term of endearment for a girl or young woman …1466 obs.
– MOR a female; a young girl, a woman …Bk1830 Eng. dial.
– MORE a woman; a young girl …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MORT a woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1567 arch., orig. cant
– MORTHER a young woman …Bk1883
– MOT a woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1561 sl.
– MOTH a woman, a girlfriend …1995 Irish sl.
– MOTHER’S DAUGHTER a woman …a1625
– MOTORCYCLE a woman (who can supposedly be ‘ridden’) …1994 African-American sl.
– MOTT;  MOTTE a woman, a girlfriend, a wife …Bk1785 UK sl.
– MOTYHOLE a term of abuse for a woman; a slut, a bitch …a1450 obs. rare
– MOUSE a woman, esp. when applied to a prostitute or a woman arrested for brawling in the street …1901 US sl.
– MOWAT a woman …1938 sl.
– MUFF a woman, usually with an implication of promiscuity …1914 sl., orig. US
– MUTTON a woman …17C sl.
– NAG a woman …1598 sl.
– NAMMOW a woman …B1900 back-slang
– NANNICOCK a silly, affected person; a young woman, as a term of contempt; also, a fool …1600 obs. rare
– NAMO a woman …L19 Brit. back-slang
– NEW CALICO a young woman …M19 US sl.
– NOBS a term of endearment applied to a woman; one’s dear or darling …a1529 obs. rare
– NOTHING-ASS BITCH a stern term of contempt for a woman …1972 US sl.
– NUMBER a woman; a woman of the stated sort, as a ‘little blond number’ …1919 sl.
– OCEAN LINER a woman, a girlfriend …20C Aust. rhyming sl. for “Cliner’
– OCEAN PEARL a woman, a girlfriend …20C rhyming sl.
– O.G. a woman, a mother (Old Girl) …1878 US jocular
– OLD CROW a girl or woman, esp. one who is old or ugly …1925 sl., derogatory
– OLD DUTCH a woman …L19 sl.
– OLD EGG a man, or woman, esp. as a term of affectionate address …20C sl.
– OLD FAGGOT a woman of the stated sort, as a ‘lazy old faggot’ …1591 sl., derogatory
– OLD GAL any woman, usually old but not necessarily so …L18 sl.
– OLD GIRL, (THE) any woman, usually old but not necessarily so …L18 sl.
– OLD GRABEM PUDDEN an old woman, whether one’s wife or mother …L19 rhyming sl
– OLD HEN a woman, esp. an old one …20C sl.
– OLD LADY a young woman …1979 US sl.
– OLD NAG a woman …1598 sl.
– OLD POT AND PAN ‘old woman’; wife, woman …M19 rhyming sl.
– OLD SACK a woman …1968 Amer. dial., derogatory
– OLD SETTLER a woman in her thirties or older …1940s African-American sl.
– OLD STEG a term of contempt for a woman …1800 Eng. dial.
– OLE GIRL any woman, usually old but not necessarily so …L18 sl.
– ONE a woman, a female …Bk1905 Sc.
– ONE OF THE LADS woman, esp. a young woman, who is seen to be on equal terms with, or part of a society of, men …2003 UK sl.
– OYSTER a girl, a young woman …L18 sl.
– PAIK;  PAKE a term of reproach for a woman, or for a female domesticated animal or bird; always used with an adj., as in ‘auld paik’ …Bk1905 Sc.
– PALL MALL a woman …L19 rhyming sl. for ‘gal’
– PALONE a young woman …1934 sl., derogatory
– PALONEY a girl, a usually young woman …1938 UK sl. 
– PANCAKE a heterosexual woman …1970s US homosexual sl.
– PANSIE;  PANSY a woman; one’s girlfriend …1920s African-American sl.
– PARCEL a young woman …L19 sl.
– PARTLET a woman …14C
– PARTY a man or woman …19C sl. 
– PEEP a young girl or woman; not necessarily uncomplimentary …1968 Amer. dial.
– PEEPIE a young girl or woman; not necessarily uncomplimentary …1968 Amer. dial.
– PEG-PUFF a young woman with the manners of an old one …1824 Sc.
– PIECE OF CALICO a woman …1848 Amer. dial.
– PIECE OF STUFF a young woman …L18 sl.
– PIECE OF TAIL, A a woman …sl., offensive
– PIG a woman; orig. used as a term of endearment …a1586
– PIGEON a woman; a cute girl; a gentle woman …20C US colloq.
– POLLONEY;  POLONEY a girl, a usually young woman …1938 UK sl. 
– POLONE a girl or woman …M19 theatrical sl.
– POLONI;  POLONY a young woman …1934 sl., derogatory
– POPSEE;  POPSIE;  POPSY a young woman; a girlfriend; a sexually attractive young woman …1862 sl.
– PORK a woman; women viewed as sex objects …18C sl.
– POT  a woman …c1566 sl., orig. UK criminals’ usage
– POTATO (PEELER) a woman …1957 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘sheila’
– POULE a young woman; a sexually attractive young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1926 sl.
– PUG a girl, a woman …E18 sl.
– PUG NANCY a girl, a woman …E18 sl.
– QUAEDAM in a disparaging sense: a woman, a female; a loose woman, a harlot …a1670 obs. rare
– QUAIL a young woman; a sexually attractive young woman …1859 US sl.
– QUANDONG a young woman who accepts any amount of gifts but still refuses to cede her sexual favours …1960s Aust. sl.
– QUASAR a woman …1976 US sl.
– QUEAN a woman; a female; from early Middle English a term of disparagement or abuse; hence, a bold, impudent, or ill-behaved woman; a jade, a hussy; a harlot, a strumpet, esp. in 16th-17th centuries …a1000 
– QUEANIE a woman; a damsel; a term of endearment for a little girl …1703 Sc.
– QUEEN;  QUENE;  QUINE a woman; a damsel; a term of endearment for a little girl …1703 Sc.
– QUIFF a young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1923 sl., orig. Eng. dial.
– RABBIT a young woman …Bk1998 NZ sl. 
– RAKLI a girl, a woman …2000 UK gypsy
– RICHARD (THE THIRD) a woman …1940s Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘bird’
– RONYON a fat woman; a mangy or scabby animal; a term of contempt or reproach to a woman (see note on blog entry) …1605
– SACK a woman …1927 Amer. dial., derogatory
– SAD TASSLE a term of reproach used of a woman …Bk1829 Eng. dial.
– SAGE HEN a woman …Bk1945 US Western sl. 
– SAILOR’S BAIT a prostitute; any girl or woman …E20 US sl.
– SALT a woman …1969 UK sl.
– SARDINE a girl or a young woman …1920 US college sl.
– SAW a woman, esp. when a nag …1940s African-American sl.
– SCOLOPENDRA a term of reproach to a woman; a nickname for a courtesan; a harlot …1633 obs.
– SCOPER a term of depreciation for a man or woman …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SHALER a girl or young woman …B1900 Amer. sl.
– SHAWLIE a working-class woman (associated with) wearing a shawl over her head …E20 colloq., chiefly Sc., Irish, & N. Eng.
– SHEELAH;  SHEILA;  SHEILAH;  SHELAH a young woman; a girlfriend …1832 sl., now Aust. & NZ
– SHE-MALE a woman, a female …a1856 Amer. dial.
– SHE-STUFF women …1958 Amer. dial.
– SHICKSTER a woman, a lady, a female …1839 sl.
– SIDE a woman …1960s African-American sl.
– SIDE CHICK a woman who is an alternative to a man’s wife or regular girlfriend …1920s US sl.
– SIDE-GAL a woman who is an alternative to a man’s wife or regular girlfriend …1920s US sl.
– SILLY COW a woman, irrespective of her actual character …L19 sl., derogatory
– SKINNY a girl or a woman …1940s Aust. sl.
– SKIRT a woman …1560
– SLOTTED-JOB a woman …E20 Brit. sl.
– SMOCK a woman; women considered sexually …17C sl.
– SNAKE a young woman …World War I US Navy usage
– SNAPPER a girl or young woman …1971 US sl.
– SOAP women, esp. promiscuous ones or prostitutes …L19 sl.
– SORT a woman; a young attractive woman; a girlfriend …1933 sl., orig. Aust.
– SPAWNER a woman, as a producer of offspring …1622 obs.
– SPLIT a woman; women, viewed as sex objects …1910s Aust. & US sl., derogatory
– SPLIT ARSE a woman; an uncomplimentary term for a female …20C sl.
– SPLIT-ARSED ONE a woman, esp. a baby girl …L19 sl.
– SQUAB a girl or young woman …c1925 Amer. sl.
– SWALLOWER a woman …1980s Aust. sl., derogatory
– TAB a woman; a young woman …1918 Aust. sl.
– TABBY a young woman; an a attractive young woman …1916 sl.
– TAD woman, not necessarily uncomplimentary …1968 Amer. dial.
– TAIL a woman …1950s sl.
– TANNIKIN a girl or woman …Bk1903
– TARLEATHER a term of abuse or reproach applied to a woman; an inferior woman …1575 obs. rare
– TART a girl or woman; someone’s girlfriend or wife; not used in any derogatory sense …1864 sl.
– TASSEL-RAG a mild term of reproach used to a female …Bk1887 Eng. dial.
– TEA DRINKER a woman; a female …Bk1971 Boonville California jargon 1971
– TEA HORNER a woman …Bk1971 Boonville California jargon 
– THEAVE a young woman …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TID a girl or woman …1888
– TINKER WOMAN a term of contempt for a woman, a vagabond …1902 Eng. dial.
– TINKLER’S WOMAN a term of contempt for a woman; a woman of low associates; a loud, scolding woman …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TIT a woman …1599 sl., derogatory
– TITTER a young woman or girl …1812 sl.
– TITTIE;  TITTY a sister; a young woman or girl …1725 Sc.
– TOM a woman; a young woman; a girlfriend …1906 Aust. sl.
– TOOTS a young woman; a girlfriend …1936 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– TOOTSEY-WOOTSEY;  TOOTSIE-WOOTSIE;  TOOTSY-WOOTSY a young woman; a girlfriend; a term of address …1895 sl., chiefly US
– TOOTSIE;  TOOTSY a young woman; a girlfriend; a term of address …1895 sl., chiefly US
– TOSEY a nickname for a man or woman …1926 Amer. dial.
– TOTTY a young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1890 Brit. sl.
– TRIM a woman, often with an implication of promiscuity …1955 US sl., mainly derogatory
– TUNA a girl or young woman; a sexually attractive woman …M20 US sl.
– TWIRL a woman; a girl …20C US rhyming sl.
– TWIST a young woman …1926 rhyming sl. for ‘twist-and-twirl = girl’, chiefly US, often derogatory
– TWIST-AND-TWIRL a young woman …1924 rhyming sl. for ‘girl’, chiefly US, often derogatory
– UMMAN a woman …Bk1891 Eng. dial.
– UNIT a young woman …1980s US college sl.
– U.Y.B.  a woman (Uppity Yankee Bitch) …1986 US college sl., derogatory
– WAFFLE a woman …1944 sl.
– WAGON a woman …1916 Irish & US sl., derogatory
– WAGTAIL a familiar or contemptuous epithet or form of address applied to a man or young woman …1605 obs.
– WAHEENIE a female; specifically a woman; a wife …1919 Hawaii usage
– WAHINE;  WAHINI a female; specifically a woman; a wife …1833 Hawaii usage
– WANTON BAGGAGE a woman …Bk1916 sl. 
– WARE a woman …1558 jocular usage
– WEAN a woman; a damsel; a term of endearment for a little girl …1703 Eng. dial.
– WHOLEMEAL a lesbian term for a straight female …M20 sl.
– WIFEY;  WIFIE a little wife; a little or young woman; chiefly used as a term of endearment or familiarity …L18
– WIFFIE a little woman …1825 Sc.
– WIMP a woman …1923 Brit. sl.
– WINKLOT a wench, a young woman …a1586 Sc. obs.
– WOMAN a rude term for a woman …17C
– WOMAN-BODY a woman …1824 Amer. dial.
– WOMAN-FOLK a female; a woman; generally used in plural …1842 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WOMAN-PERSON a woman …1871 Amer. dial.
– WOOLY BEAR a woman; a woman considered sexually …M20 US citizens band radio sl.
– WOOLY-WOOLY a woman; a woman considered sexually …M20 US sl.
– WREN a woman; a young woman …1920 US sl.
– WUZZY a female …1983 UK sl.
– YAD;  YADE a term of contempt for a woman, often one of slovenly or dissolute habits …1787 Sc.
– YANKIE a sharp, clever, forward woman …Bk1905 Sc.
– YAT a young woman, a girlfriend …2015 Black British sl.
– YATTY a girl or young woman, a girlfriend …2003 Black British sl.
– YOKE a woman; a young woman …1969 Ireland sl.
– YONI a woman …1925 US sl.
– YOUNG LADY a lady who is young; a young woman, usually unmarried, or a girl, of superior social position; formerly often used to connote the artificiality, primness, sentimentality, etc. attributed to young ladies …a1393
– YOUNGIE a young woman; a young person; a child …1965 Aust. sl.
– ZITELLA a girl, a young woman, a maiden …1670 obs.
 
WOMAN etc. – PHRASES
– FAIR, FAT AND FARTY of a woman: in the prime years …c1930 sl.
– WHERE I’D LIKE TO PARK MY BIKE said by a man considering a woman as a sexual object …2001 UK sl.
 
WOMAN etc. – VERBS
– BEACHCOMB to search for female companionship …World War II Amer. sl.
– CALICO to court or spend time with a woman …1887 Amer. dial,
– DANGLE to follow a woman, without actually addressing her …18C sl.
– EFFEMINATE to make into a woman; to represent as a woman …1678 obs. rare
– EFFEMINIZE to render effeminate or womanish in character or appearance …c1612 rare
– FAIR-SEX IT to discourse upon the fair sex …1712 nonce word
– RANGLE to carry on liaison with more than one woman at a time …B1900 Amer. sl.
– SET ONE’S CAP AT to set oneself to gain the affections of a woman …1773 colloq.
– SMOCK to make womanish …E17 sl.
– TAILGATE to watch women passing by …1990s US college sl.


WOMAN (as a sex object) – NOUNS, PERSON
– ASS an act of copulation, esp. as experienced by a man; hence, a person, esp. a woman, considered as a sexual partner …c1910 Amer. sl.
– BASKET-MAKER a woman in a sexual context …1772 UK sl.
– BEAVER a woman viewed as a sex object …1968 US sl.
– BEAZLE a young woman, with overtones of sexual precocity …1926 US sl.
– BEWER a woman, esp. one seen as sexually appealing and/or of loose character  …E19 orig. tramp sl.
– BINT a girl, a (young) woman; a girlfriend; a woman regarded as a sex object …1855 colloq., mainly derogatory
– BISCUIT a woman considered as a sex object …M20 Amer. sl.
– BIT a woman viewed as a sex object …1923 sl.
– BIT OF A GROAT a woman seen in a sexual context …1714 UK sl.
– BIT OF ARSE a woman as a sex object …Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– BIT OF CALICO a woman as a sex object …Bk1891 sl.
– BIT OF CRUMPET a sexually attractive woman; a desirable woman, or man …1936 sl. 
– BIT OF CUFF a young woman regarded as a sex object …Bk1984 UK sl.
– BIT OF DAMP a woman in sexual terms …Bk2004 Brit. sl.
– BIT OF DRAPERY a woman who is considered sexually forward and who emphasizes her appeal by a flashy style of dress …1905 UK sl.
– BIT OF EBONY a Black woman viewed as a sex object …1983 US sl.
– BIT OF FISH a woman regarded as a sex object …Bk1891 sl.
– BIT OF FLUFF a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF GOODS a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF HOMEWORK a woman considered as sexually desirable, esp. a man’s girlfriend …1945 sl. 
– BIT OF JAM a woman considered a sexual object; an attractive woman …1881 Brit. sl.
– BIT OF LEG a woman considered as a source of sexual intercourse or satisfaction …1997 sl.
– BIT OF LUMBER a woman viewed as a sex object …1966 Sc. usage
– BIT OF MEAT a woman considered as nothing more than a sex object …1975 UK sl.
– BIT OF MUSLIN a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF MUTTON a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF POSH an upper-class or socially superior young woman regarded as a sexual object …1977 UK sl.
– BIT OF ROUGH a woman …1902 colloq.
– BIT OF SKIN a sexually loose young woman; a woman considered sexually …1962 Brit. sl.
– BIT OF SKIRT a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF SPARE women viewed as sex objects …1969 sl.
– BIT OF STUFF a woman viewed as a sex object …1847 sl.
– BIT OF TAIL a woman regarded as a sexual object …1933 sl.
– BIT OF TICKLE a woman regarded as a sexual object …1984 UK sl.
– BIT OF TIT a woman regarded as a sexual object …1963 UK sl.
– BITTY a woman considered sexually …Bk1995 African-American sl.
– BLACK VELVET a Black, Aboriginal, or Maori woman, esp. as the focus of a White man’s sexual interest …1899 Aust. & NZ sl., offensive
– BRIDE a woman, esp. as a man’s sexual or romantic partner …1924 sl.
– BRUSH woman viewed as sex objects …1941 Aust. & NZ sl.
– BUER;  BUOR;  BURE a woman, esp. one seen as sexually appealing and/or of loose character …1807 orig. tramp sl.
– C a woman viewed as a sexual object …1976 US sl.
– CAKE a sexually desirable woman …20C US sl.
– CALICO a woman or girl; women considered as sexual objects …1848 US colloq.
– CAPURTLE a woman seen as a sex object …1950s sl.
– CAVE women considered solely as sexual objects …20C US sl.
– CHARVA a girl, a woman, esp. as a sexual partner …L19 market-traders’ jargon
– CHARVER a girl, a woman, esp. as a sexual partner …L19 market-traders’ jargon
– CHUNK OF MEAT a woman considered as a sexual object …20C US sl.
– COOCH women considered as a receptacle for the penis …Bk2006 US sl., derogatory
– CRACK women considered as sexual objects …20C US sl.
– CRACKLING women as objects of desire …1947 sl., offensive
– CUNT a female viewed as a sex object …1674 sl.
– DAMP the vagina; hence, a woman in sexual terms …1950s sl. Brit
– DARK MEAT a Black person, esp. a woman regarded solely as a sex partner …1888 Amer. sl., usually derogatory
– DARK STUFF a Black person, usually a woman, in a sexual context …1960s US sl.
– DRY GOODS a woman; a woman considered sexually …20C US colloq.
– DUCK a woman considered sexually …20C US sl.
– EASY MAKE a woman who can be easily seduced; a loose woman; a woman considered only as a sexual object …1942 Amer. sl.
– FANNY a woman objectified sexually …1997 UK sl.
– FISH a woman considered sexually …17C sl.
– FUR women considered as sex objects …20C US sl.
– GAME women; prostitutes in general; any woman considered solely as a sexual object …17C Brit. sl.
– GARY BUSEY a woman, in the context of sexual intercourse …2015 rhyming sl. for ‘pussy’
– GASH a sexually loose woman; women considered sexually …1914 sl.
– GASP AND GRUNT a woman or women sexually objectified …1961 UK rhyming sl. for ‘cunt’
– GEE a woman considered solely as a sex object …1988 Irish sl.
– GINCH an attractive woman, esp. one regarded as an object of sexual gratification …1934 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– GOOSE a woman considered sexually …19C Brit. sl.
– GROUSE women considered sexually …20C US sl.
– GRUMBLE (AND GRUNT) women viewed as sex objects …1962 Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘cunt’
​- GRUMMET a woman, esp. as a sex object …1960s sl., orig. NZ surfers
– GUSSET a woman, esp. a woman considered sexually …17C Brit.
– HAIR women considered as sexual objects …19C Brit. sl.
– HUMP a prostitute; a sexually loose woman; women considered sexually …M20 US sl.
– JAZZ women considered solely as sexual objects …E20 US sl.
– KAIFA;  KEIFER;  KHYFER;  KIFER;  KYFER;  KYPHER women regarded as sex objects …L19 sl.
– KIFE women regarded as sex objects …L19 sl.
– KIPPY-DOPE a woman considered solely as a sexual object …World War I US military usage
– LAPLAND women in general; women considered sexually …19C Brit. sl.
– LAY a woman considered solely as a sexual object …1936 US colloq.
– LEG a woman considered as a source of sexual intercourse or satisfaction …1968 sl.
– LETCHING-PIECE a sexually loose woman; a woman considered sexually …20C Brit. sl.
– MEAT-COOKER a woman considered as a sexual object …20C US sl.
– MEAT-GRINDER a woman considered as a sexual object …20C US sl.
– MINGE women considered as sexual objects …Bk2004
– MORSEL a woman as a sexual mouthful …Bk1994 
– MUFF a woman as a sex object …1699 UK
– MUSLIN a woman considered sexually …L19 Brit. sl.
– NECESSARY a prostitute; a female companion to be used sexually …19C Brit. sl.
– NOOKIE;  NOOKY women considered solely as sexual objects …E20 US sl.
– PANCAKE a woman considered as a sex object …20C sl.
– PIECE a woman viewed as a sex object …1942 sl.
– PIECE OF ASS a woman considered as a sexual partner …1930 Amer. sl.
– PIECE OF CRACKLING a woman viewed as a sex object …1947 Brit. sl.
– PIECE OF LEG a woman considered as a source of sexual intercourse or satisfaction …1968 sl.
– PIECE OF MUTTON a woman, seen as a sex object …L17 sl.
– PIECE OF POONTANG a woman viewed as a sex object …1947 sl.
– PIECE OF SKIRT a woman seen as a sex object …1930s sl., orig. US
– PIECE OF TAIL a woman, a girl; not used in a derogatory sense, but usually from a sexual point of view, and usually dismissive …1920s sl., orig. US
– POKE an act of sexual intercourse; a woman considered as a sexual partner …1902 sl.
– POONTANG a woman viewed as a sex object …1947 sl.
– PORK a woman; women viewed as sex objects …18C sl.
– PULL a woman as a sex object …1985 UK sl.
– PUNCH women considered as sexual objects …18C sl.
– PUSS women viewed as sex objects …sl.
– PUSSY a woman considered as a sex object; women viewed as sex objects …1959 sl.
– QUIFF women considered solely as sexual objects …20C sl.
– QUIM a woman viewed as a sex object …1935 sl.
– RABBIT-PIE women considered sexually …19C Brit. sl.
– SADDLE women considered sexually …E17 Brit.
– SKIN a woman as a sex object …1936 Trinidad and Tobago
– SKIRT a woman considered sexually ..16C
– SMOCK a woman; women considered sexually …17C sl.
– SNATCH women considered sexually; woman of loose sexual control …1904 sl.
– SPARE an unattached woman, considered to be open to male sexual advances …1962 US sl.
– STUFF women considered as sexual objects …L18 Brit. & US sl.
– TAIL a woman, regarded as a sexual object; women, collectively, categorized with the same regard …1846 UK sl.
– TITS AND ARSE;  TITS AND ASS sex appeal; women viewed as nothing more than sex objects …1950s sl. 
– WHISKER a woman considered as a sex object …20C US sl.
– WHITE MEAT a White woman considered sexually by a non-White male …1940 US sl.
– WOMAN-FLESH women considered sexually …17C colloq.
– WOOLY BEAR a woman considered sexually …M20 US citizens band radio sl.
– WOOLY-WOOLY a woman considered sexually …M20 US sl.


WOMAN ADMIRER, CHASER, WOMANIZE, WOMANIZER, WOMANIZING etc. – NOUNS
– CALICO FEVER the desire to pursue women …M19 US sl.
– KYFER-MASHING pursuing women …L19 sl.
– SMOCKAGE chasing women; copulating with women; copulation …E17 Brit. sl.
– TALE a womanizer’s line …20C sl.
 
WOMAN ADMIRER etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BANTAM a lover; a womanizer …1883 Aust. & US sl.
– BEARER-UP one who pursues woman …1947 Aust. sl.
– BEASEL HOUND a girl chaser …1922 US sl.
– BEDPRESSER a whoremonger, a womanizer …1933 US sl.
– BELLSWAGGER a whoremonger, a womanizer, a pimp …1592 obs.
– BELLY-BUMPER a seducer, a womanizer; a promiscuous man …1611 obs.
– BIG DAME HUNTER a philanderer; one fond of women …World War II Amer. sl.
– BIG-TIME OPERATOR a man who chases women …Bk1995 Amer. sl.
– BILLY-NOODLE a man who firmly believes, all evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, that no woman can resist his a ladykiller; a conceited ass …1882 Aust. &  US sl.
– BIRD DOG a young man, bereft of a partner of his own, who attempts to steal a woman from someone else …1946 US sl.
– BIRD OF THE GAME a womanizer …M19 sl.
– BIRD’S-NESTER a promiscuous man, a womanizer …L18 sl.
– BIRDWATCHER a man who keenly watches attractive young women …Bk1988 Aust. sl. 
– BUST-MAKER a seducer, a womanizer …L19 sl.
– CABALLERO a woman’s escort or admirer …20C US
– CATTER a woman-chaser …1916 Amer. dial.
– CHASE a woman chaser …20C Amer. sl.
– CHASER an amorous pursuer of women; a womanizer …1894 US sl.
– CHESTERFIELD a man who is fond of being with women and tries to attract their attention …1965 Amer. dial.
– CHICKEN-BUTCHER a man usually successfully with women; a womanizer …1930 US sl., esp. college usage
– CHICKEN INSPECTOR  a womanizer, a lady-killer …1920s US sl.
– CUNT-HOUND a lecher; a male who is a notorious whoremonger or woman-chaser …M20 US sl.
– DAMMARET a lady’s man; ‘one that spends his whole time in the entertaining or courting of women’ …1635 obs.
– DANGLER one who follows women …1728
– DAPPER DAN a flashily dressed man; a lady’s man; one who is fond of being with women and tries to attract their attention …1967 Amer. sl.
– DASHER a womanizer …L19 W. Indies. sl.
– EASEMAN a parasitical man who is supported by a woman or women …1934 African-American sl.
– EASTMAN a parasitical man who is supported by a woman or women …1911 African-American sl.
– FANG ARTIST a lecher; a womanizer …1970s Aust. sl.
– FAST WORKER a successful womanizer, who achieves his seductions quickly; occasionally used of a woman …1910s sl.
– FEMALE-MASTIX a person who writes in denunciation of women …a1631 obs.
– FEMALIST one devoted to the female sex; a courter of women; a gallant …1613 obs. rare
– FEMICIDE one who kills a woman …1828
– FIGURE-FANCIER one who prefers his ‘women’ to be large …c1870 sl.
– GALLANTER a man or woman who goes about much in the company of the other sex …1846 Sc.
– GAMECOCK a womanizer, a philanderer …19C sl.
– GAMESTER a womanizer; a licentious or promiscuous man …1614 UK obs.
– GANDY DANCER an active socialite; a man about town; a womanizer …1992 US sl.
– GASH HOUND a man who is obsessed with women; a womanizer; a philanderer; a whoremonger; a lecher …1916 US sl.
– GASHMAN a man who is obsessed with women; a womanizer; a philanderer; a whoremonger; a lecher …1952 US sl.
– GAYCATTER a womanizer …1929 African-American sl.
– GIG a gigolo; a dedicated womanizer; one who has many girlfriends; a dance hall sheik …1926 US sl.
– GOD’S GIFT a man irresistible to women; chiefly ironic usage …1938 Brit. sl.
– GYNEOLATER an adorer of women …1890
– GYNOPHAGITE a woman-eater; one who preys upon the weaker sex …1853 humorous usage, rare
– HAIR-MONGER a womanizer …L19 sl.
– JACK AMONGST THE MAIDENS one who is always after women’s society, and who likes to be made much of by them …Bk1902 Eng. dial. 
– JUNTA a playboy, a womanizer …1970s sl.
– LADIES’ TAILOR a womanizer; a promiscuous man …19C sl.
– LADYKILLER a man who is sexually fascinating to women …1811 UK sl.
– LOUNGE LIZARD a fortune-hunter or womanizer who works his charms in the lounges of hotels; one who spends his time idling in fashionable society, esp. in search of a wealthy patroness …1918 sl.
– LOUNGE LOUSE a womanizer; an adventurer; usually in the plural ‘lounge lice’ …1930s Aust. & US sl.
– LOUNGE SERPENT a fortune-hunter or womanizer who works his charms in the lounges of hotels …1910s sl.
– LOUNGE SNAKE a fortune-hunter or womanizer who works his charms in the lounges of hotels …1910s sl.
– LOVE ‘EM AND LEAVE ‘EM a philanderer; a womanizer …L19 sl.
– LOVER BOY a woman-chaser …1952 sl., orig. US
– LOVER MAN a woman-chaser …1952 sl., orig. US
– LUSTY-GUTS a promiscuous man; a womanizer …L16 sl.
– LUSTY LAWRENCE a womanizer, a promiscuous man …L16 sl.
– MACK-TRUCK a woman masquerading as a man …Bk1972 homosexual sl. 
– MAN TEEF a woman who steals another’s man …2002 Brit. sl.
– MOLL-HUNTER a womanizer; ‘a man constantly lurking after women; a woman chaser’ …Bk1909 sl.
– MOUSE-HUNT one who runs after women; a womanizer; a wencher …1595 UK sl.
– PANTS MAN a womanizer …1960s Aust. sl.
– PARLOR LIZARD a womanizer …1910s US sl.
– PARLOR PINK a womanizer …1910s US sl.
– PARLOR SNAKE a womanizer …1910s US sl.
– QUEEN BEE a woman who likes to surround herself with young men, who may or may not be homosexual …1950s homosexual sl.
– QUIFF a woman as a sex object …1923 UK sl.
– QUIM-STICKER a womanizer …19C sl.
– ROMANCE BOY a young man who chases women …1950s W. Indies sl.
– SANDWICH a gentleman between two ladies …Bk1903 sl.
– SKIRT-CHASER an amorous pursuer of women …1942 sl.
– SMELL-SMOCK a licentious man; one who runs after women; a great wencher; a lover of women; a whoremonger (in early use employed suggestively as a surname) …1550 obs.
– SPORT a playboy, a man about town, with the accent on gambling, womanizing, and other areas of the ‘fast’ life  …L19 sl.
– SQUIRE OF DAMES a man very attentive to women and much n their company; a woman’s man; a gallant …1886
– STUDHAMMER a male who is very busy with women; a sexually successful male …M20 US sl.
– TAD a man who is fond of being with women and tries to attract their attention, esp. when rude or not respectful …1968 Amer. dial.
– TAIL-CHASER a womanizer …1952 US sl.
– TAILMAN a womanizer; a sexual athlete …a1968 US college sl.
– TAME CAT a harmless dangler after a married woman; a cavalier servant …Bk1892
– TEA-HOUND a man who frequents tea parties; a ladies’ man; a womanizer …1915
– TEAR-SMOCK a womanizer …1672 sl.
– TOWN STALLION a womanizer, a lecher …L17 sl.
– WOMAN-CHASER one who pursues women for sexual favours …Bk1980 Amer. sl.
– WOMBAT a male Casanova; a womanizer; he eats roots, shoots, and leaves …Bk1998 Aust. sl.
 
WOMAN ADMIRER etc. – PHRASES
– HE HAS A RAG ON EVERY BUSH he pays marked attentions to more than one girl at a time …c1860 sl.
– LOVE ‘EM AND LEAVE ‘EM philandering, womanizing …L19 sl.
 
WOMAN ADMIRER etc. – VERBS
– CHASE THE HARES to chase women …20C sl.
– FAGGOT to womanize; to consort with sexually loose woman …19C Brit. sl.
– FAGOT to womanize; to consort with sexually loose woman …19C Brit. sl.
– GO AND SEE A SICK FRIEND to go womanizing …c1860 sl.
– GOOSE to pursue women for sexual purposes; to womanize …19C Brit. sl.
– RAT to go out in pursuit of women …2000s African-American sl.
– SMOCK to chase women; to act as a lecher …18C Brit. sl.


WOMB – NOUNS
BAG a womb; the womb of a domestic animal …1886 Eng. dial. & sl.
BAIRN-BED the womb …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
BAIRN’S BED the womb …1549 N. Eng. dial.
BELLY the womb, the uterus …c1440
BERMOTHER the womb or uterus …1527 obs.
FRUITFUL VINE the female genitals; the womb …E19 Brit.
KELDER the womb …1646 obs. rare
MARIS the womb …a1340 obs.
OVEN the womb …1962 sl.
PANNIER the female genitals; the womb …E17 Brit. sl.
VENTER the womb as the source of one’s birth or origin; hence, a mother in relation to her children …1579-80 obs.
​- VENTER the womb of a woman …a1656 rare
WAME the womb …c1425 obs.