1. [17C–1950s] (also auntie) a procuress, a madame.
2. [17C–1970s] a whore.
3. [mid-19C–1940s] (US, also Aunt Dinah, auntee, auntie, aunty, Tantie, Tanty) an old black woman, used by both blacks and whites.
4. [20C+] (US, menstruation; usu. in such phrs. as Aunt Flo is visiting; my redheaded aunt has arrived; Aunt Jody’s come with her suitcase; W.I.) auntie coming to town, menstruation is starting.
5. [1980s] (US) ‘Disciplinary role played by a female or crossdressing male in a sadomasochistic scenario’.
6. see auntie n.2
SE in slang uses
[20C+] a phr. used as a rejoinder to a speaker who has just finished a long and laborious explanation of the obvious.
[20C+] (W.I.) to find it hard to make enough money to live, to subsist, to suffer great hardship.
1. [early 19C] a house of assignation.
2. [early 19C–1930s] (also the Aunt) the lavatory; thus visit my aunt, go to see my aunt v., to visit the lavatory.
[late 19C] (US) go to hell!
[1920s] a general excl. of contempt, dismissal or surprise.
[late 17C; late 19C+] a mild excl, but note my arse! under arse n.