meddle (with) v.
1. (US) to have sexual intercourse.
|[||Pleasant Hist. of Jacke Newberie (1633) xi M: Sir George having received this answer was wonerous woe, cursing the day that ever he medled with Joane, whose time of deliverance would comme long before a twelve Moneth were expired to his utter shame].|
|[||Woman is a Weathercock II i: wag.: I am with child by you. pen.: By me? Why, by me? A good jest [...] Why, do you think I am such an ass to believe nobody has meddled with you but I?].|
|in Limerick (1953) 131: A hermit who lived on St. Roque / Had a lily perfected to poke. / He diddled the donkeys / And meddled with monkeys.|
|AS L:1/2 62: meddle vt [...] 2: Have sexual intercourse with.‘Razorback Sl.’ in|
2. (US black) to be intimate, but not spec. on a sexual level.
|AS L:1/2 62: meddle vt [...] 3: Be intimate with (someone) but not necessarily through sexual intercourse (black use).‘Razorback Sl.’ in|