Green’s Dictionary of Slang

cream n.1

1. semen.

[UK] ‘A Pleasant Country Maying Song’ in Rollins Pepys Ballads (1929–32) II 10: Thou at the first I liked well, / Cakes and Creame do make me swell. / This pretty maiden waxeth big: / See what ’tis to play the Rig.
[UK]Harris’s List of Covent-Garden Ladies 53: [She] is said to have not only a delicate hand at stroking, but great skill in the use of the churn, soon making love’s butter from nature’s cream.
[UK]‘The Whimisical Maid’ in Randy Songster in Spedding & Watt (eds) I 196: But says she, I do’sn’t like your milk, / But I’m very fond of cream.
[UK]Romance of Lust 208: She delighted to break her fast on cream.
[UK]Farmer Vocabula Amatoria (1966) 85: Crême, f. The semen; ‘cream’.
[US]H.N. Cary Sl. of Venery.
[US]Bessie Smith ‘You’ve Got to Give me Some’ [lyrics] Said miss Jones to old butcher Pete, ‘I want a piece of your good old meat,’ / To the milkman I heard Mary scream, said she wanted a lot of cream .
[US]‘R. Scully’ Scarlet Pansy 150: Here one heard fruit, banana, meat, fish, tomato, cream, dozens of everyday words used with double meaning.
[US] in G. Legman Limerick (1953) 83: There was a young Jewess named Hannah / Who sucked off her lover’s banana / She swore that the cream / That shot out in a stream / Tasted better than Biblical manna.
[US]N. Mailer Why Are We in Vietnam? (1970) 13: Get that drop of cream off your jeans before you grow hair on your hand.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular.
[US]‘Victoria Parker’ Incest Schoolgirls [Internet] His cock shot loads of cream, big splats of cum, high in the air ... huge gobs of jizz splashed out, then came splattering down on his belly.
[US]‘Bill E. Goodhead’ Nubile Treat [Internet] His prick was unquestionably the prick of a man. It was long, hard, thick and made for action. It was ready to spew forth the load of cream long-waiting in his balls. 22 Feb. [Internet] Got cream? Need to unload it? Want to do it on a hot lady who’s begging for it? … What horny guy wouldn’t prefer to share his wonderful orgasm with a willing remote/virtual recipient?

2. vaginal secretions.

[UK]Randiana 64: At last I felt the hot creme de la creme pouring down over my balls, and [...] Fanny once more sank into my arms [...] thoroughly spent.
[US]Lil Johnson ‘If You Can Dish It, (I Can Take It)’ [lyrics] I’ve got to have it morning, noon and night, / Whip my cream, throw it in a bowl, / I want it served with my good jellyroll.
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 191: When I came back, she was sittin’ in the stream, / From her ass were blowin’ bubbles, from her cunt was flowing cream.
[US]N. Eastwood Gardener Got Her n.p.: Molten come-cream boiled from her spasming cunt and soaked Howard’s cock.
[US]G. Pelecanos Drama City 107: I’d give that girl a whole bucket of cream.

3. (Aus.) whisky.

[UK]Partridge DSUE (8th edn) 267/2: mostly Aus. since ca. 1925.

In compounds

cream stick (n.)

see separate entry.

In phrases

SE in slang uses

In compounds

cream jugs (n.) (also cream pots)

the female breasts.

[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue ms. additions n.p.: Cream Pots or Juggs Womens Breasts.
[UK]Swell’s Night Guide 76: As soon as he saw the grog’ums in the steppers, her legs trembled; he was on to her [...] and had his stretchers round her tripe-box, and copped her rumbo, and stalled her from a downey – sucked her jowl; fammed her cream-jugs, and shouted – ‘Give her some pawney’.
[UK]Partridge DSUE (1984) 267/2: low –1891.

In phrases

cream in someone’s coffee (n.)

(US) someone or something considered perfect.

[UK]E. Glyn Flirt and Flapper 74: Flapper: Why [...] she was the cream in his coffee.
cream of the valley (n.)


[UK]Lit. Gaz. 28 Apr. 268/1: Around me were various casks of ample dimensions, some of which bore the title of ‘max,’ ‘Old Tom,’ ‘the cream of the valley,’ and others too numerous to mention.
[UK]New Mthly Mag. I 15/1: The proposed duty would be a protective one of about 50 per cent on gin [...] exceeding the retail price of the ‘cream of the valley’.
[UK]Central Criminal Court. Minutes of evidence 1102: The prisoner called for half a quartern of the best ‘cream of the valley, that is gin’.
[UK]Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art 45 906/2: ‘Smith’s Aniseed Cordial’ enables respectable ladies to get tipsy secundum artem; and ‘Cream of the Valley’ and ‘Milk of Canaan’ are but refined methods of talking about gin and bitters.
[UK]Dickens ‘Slang’ in Household Words 24 Sept. 75/2: For one article of drink, gin, we have [...] cream of the valley, white satin, old Tom.
[UK] ‘What Shall We Do For Meat!’ in C. Hindley Curiosities of Street Lit. (1871) 127: Old Polly, Kit, and Sally, / Would find the means to guzzle down, / A little cream of the valley.
[UK]J. Diprose (ed.) ‘Let Me Cream of the Valley Drain’ in Red, White & Blue Monster Song Book 317: Cream of the valley off I drain / Forgetting all I’ve lost.
Library of universal Knowledge 438: Cream of the valley, a fine kind of English gin.
[UK]Belfast News-Letter 11 Apr. 6/5: Gin has an enticingly pastoral sound as ‘cream of the valley’.
[UK]Eve. Teleg. (Dundee) 1 Sept. 3/6: ‘Cream of the valley,’ ‘water of life,’ ‘white satin,’ ‘blue ruin,’ ‘eyewater’ — Gin.
[US]Sun (NY) 5 Mar. 4/6: He is full of the cream of the valley.