1. (also water-spout) the vagina.
|‘The Female Pawnbroker’ in Convivialist in Spedding & Watt (eds) Bawdy Songbooks (2011) IV 24: These brokers take things up the spout / [...] / For these spouts, like others, all nght, / For your things they remain ever open.|
|‘Randy Mots of London’ in Libertine’s Songster in Spedding & Watt (eds) I 140: When up the spout he stands alone, / And this I’m certain you will own, / The pawnbroker’s balls are very well known, / To the randy mots of London.|
|‘The Lady’s Water-Spout’ in Randy Songster in Spedding & Watt (eds) I 209: Her water-spout once had been one of the best, / And many rich qualities too it possest.|
|‘The Water-Spout’ in Rakish Rhymer (1917) 73: For up her spout he could not trace, / In spite of all his balls, sirs!|
2. the penis; 1759–67 cit. has double meaning.
|[||Tristram Shandy (1949) 370: You have cut off spouts enow, replied Yorick].|
|‘The Man Who Had Too Much Meat’ in Cuckold’s Nest 23: To hold it up, it was such a weight [...] And when he went out, the boys did shout, / ‘There goes the man with the jolly great ---’.|
|in Limerick (1953) 37: A fellow whose surname was Hunt / Trained his cock to perform a slick stunt: / This versatile spout / Could be turned inside out, / Like a glove, and be used as a cunt.|
|(con. 1940s) Wax Boom 115: ‘Tuned in on the radio [...] Axis Sally was talking one of her dry humps at us.’ ‘Shit,’ Gingold said. ‘Exactly what I mean. She wants us to grab our spouts and forget the Krauts.’.|
|Faggots 321: Think schnitzel, schwantz, sewing machine, slug, spout, sword, tom-tom, wand, wang, water pistol, weener, wienie!, wheezer!, wishbone!, worm!, Ying-Yang!|
SE in slang uses
see have one’s teapot mended under teapot n.