Green’s Dictionary of Slang

shoot n.

1. an ejaculation; an act of sexual intercourse.

[UK] ‘Tear Duff Billy’ Ri-tum Ti-tum Songster 17: For my two shoots, / I forked her out a tanner.
[UK] ‘Smutty Jonathans’ Nancy Dawson’s Cabinet of Songs 43: Being friskily inclined, / I met a mot so fair and kind, / When to have a shoot – I did require, / ’Stead of her – I poked it into the fire.

2. (UK Und./Aus.) constructed with the, dismissal from a job or place of residence.

[UK]Swell’s Night Guide 50: ‘Your doss gorger cracked a wid about you to me, and said she must give you the shoot.’ ‘Shoot! what for?’ roared poor Fuzzy [...] ‘Why because you made a dunniken of your cupboard, and used to lag in the coffee pot.’.
[Aus]Stephens & O’Brien Materials for a Dict. of Aus. Sl. [unpub. ms.].
[Aus]Sun. Times (Perth) 5 Jan. 4/8: All shall depart where no shop-walker’s wink / Spells a ‘surprise’ or ‘shoot’.

3. (W.I.) one who is infected with an STD.

[WI]Francis-Jackson Official Dancehall Dict. 48: Shoot a person who is shooting is infected with V.D.: u. de gal a shoot.

4. see shot n.1 (3a)

5. see shout n.

In phrases

whole bang shoot (n.)

see separate entry.