Green’s Dictionary of Slang

peter n.4

also pete, petey
[joc. use of proper name + initial letters]

the penis, esp. of a young boy.

[UK]Cythera’s Hymnal in Pearsall (1969) 376: For men must slum and women will try / To gain a small pittance by walking the High, / While Peter stiff is standing.
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[US] Transcript Dunn Inquiry in L.R. Murphy Perverts by Official Order (1989) 798: ‘He had great sport for quite a while rubbing it and playing with it’ [...] ‘playin with the peter’.
[US]‘J.M. Hall’ Anecdota Americana I 31: Reba sat in his lap. Her warmth made his peter rise.
[US] in G. Legman Limerick (1953) 35: There was a young man from Glengozzle / Who found a remarkable fossil. / He knew by the bend / And the wart on the end, / ’Twas the peter of Paul the Apostle.
[US](con. 1944) N. Mailer Naked and Dead 543: Ah’ll have two belly-buttons [...] On’y thing beat that would be two peters.
[US] in Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) I 435: And then old Pete found a hole in the sheet.
[US]W. Burroughs Naked Lunch (1968) 148: My peter standing up straight as a jack pine.
[US]M. Rumaker Exit 3 and Other Stories 38: Nough ugly gash to make ole peter wrinkle up next to nothin.
[US]E. Thompson Garden of Sand (1981) 89: He [...] staggered toward the bed, talking to his dick. ‘Pete, you never had such a good time as this, have you?’.
[US]J. Webb Fields of Fire (1980) 289: Got your peter out, huh, Bull man? Can’t get enough of that whore.
[US](con. 1930s) C.E. Lincoln The Avenue, Clayton City (1996) 7: Uncle Bob got this, Uncle Bob got that; Uncle Bob got a peter like a baseball bat.
[US](con. 1928) Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore I 313: ‘Massa put a twirp of ’lasses on his peter, / Yaller gal lick it off, call her punkin-eater.’ Sung as above by Mr. C.M., Joplin, Missouri, April 3, 1928.
[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 243: I’m just trying to cut you a break here. Let you get my petey wet. Dry hurts!
[US](con. 1950s) E. White My Lives 112: If your pa knew you were out suckin’ peter you’d be up the crick.

In compounds

peter-meter (n.) [popularized by Screw magazine in the late 1960s, when it was used as part of reviews to assess the degree to which a pornographic film or book was arousing]

(US) a notional means of measuring the size of a penis, or the excitement it is experiencing.

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peter-pitching (adj.)

of a man, sexually active.

[US]‘Mae West in “The Hip Flipper”’ [comic strip] in B. Adelman Tijuana Bibles (1997) 93: He had been kidding himself that he was a peter-pitching-papa.
peter puffer (n.) [SE puff, to blow, i.e. blow v.2 (1c)]

(US) one who performs oral sex.

[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 63: Peter Puffer One who performs oral sex.
[US]D. Lypchuk ‘A dirty little story’ in eye mag. 8 July [Internet] It looked like a real toothache, so she gave him a bit of punishment, playing the piccolo like a real Peter Puffer until she received Holy Communion.
peter-puller (n.)

a masturbator.

[US](con. 1945) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 357: Aw, Fetterman’s a peter-puller.
peter-pusher (n.)

(US black) a man who has sexual intercourse.

[US](con. WWII) J.O. Killens And Then We Heard The Thunder (1964) 85: Goddamn if she won’t be running after every brown-skin peter-pusher in Company H.

In phrases

peddle one’s peter (v.)

to work as a homosexual male prostitute.

[US]San Diego Sailor 75: But all that’s left for the others is to go on peddling their peters.
pitch the peter (v.)

of a man, to have sexual intercourse.

[US]‘Mae West in “The Hip Flipper”’ [comic strip] in B. Adelman Tijuana Bibles (1997) 95: He was a peter-pitching papa [...] He had been kidding himelf that he could pitch peter.