1. the female genital area.
|DSUE (8th edn) 273/2: latish C.19–20.|
2. (US black) a hat.
|‘Honky-Tonk Bud’ in Life (1976) 54: A candy-striped tie hung down to his fly, / And he sported a gold-dust crown.et al.|
|House of Slammers 86: He wore a candy-striped tie that covered his fly / And was sportin’ a gold-dust crown.|
|Wire ser. 3 ep. 9 [TV script] I hear y’all shot the crown off an old lady’s head yesterday.‘Slapstick’|
3. (US gay) the glans penis.
|Queens’ Vernacular 104: glans penis; the acorn-like bulb forming the uppermost end of the penis [...] crown.|
the pubic hair.
|Maledicta IV:2 (Winter) 185: Common examples [of sexual ‘addresses’] include Cockshire, Cock Inn, Cupid’s Alley, Hairyfordshire, Crown and Feathers, Shooter’s Hill, Mount Pleasant, Love Lane, etc.|
SE in slang uses
the male genitals.
|All Night Stand 61: ‘Little German totties waiting to get hold of me.’ [...] ‘After my bloody British crown jewels.’.|
|AS XLV:1/2 56: crown jewels n Male genitals.‘Homosexual Sl.’ in|
|Guardian Guide 13–19 May 52: A male prostitute is found with his crown jewels cut off.|
|Dirty Cockney Rhy. Sl.|
|567 Cape Talk on Cape Radio 3 Mar. [radio] He’ll kick me in the crown jewels if I do.|
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue .|
|Lex. Balatronicum n.p.: Crown Office. The head. I fired into her keel upwards; my eyes and limbs Jack, the crown office was full; I s[pun]k[e]d a woman with her a[rs]e upwards, she was so drunk, that her head lay on the ground.|
|Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Sl. and Its Analogues.|
|Vocabula Amatoria (1966) 158: Honneur, m. The female pudendum; ‘the crown of sense’.|
|Dict. Canting Crew.|
|New Canting Dict. n.p.: He is got into the Crown-Office, i.e. He’s got drunk.|
|, , ,||Universal Etym. Eng. Dict. [as cit. 1725].|
|Gent.’s Mag. Dec. 559/2: To express the condition of an Honest Fellow [...] under the Effects of good Fellowship, [...] it is also said that he has [...] Been in the Crown Office.|