1. [late 16C+] (also cundy, cun-he, cunny-hole) the vagina (cf. cony n. (2)); cite 1680 used as man-to-woman term of affection (during intercourse).
2. [2000s] (UK black) cunnilingus.
3. see cony n. (3)
see also under cony and its combs.
[mid-17C–mid-18C] the vagina.
[late 19C] of a man, obsessed with sex.
[mid-17C–19C] the female pubic hair.
[late 18C–early 19C; 1920s] able to ‘double one’s fist, with the thumb inwards, like a woman’ (Grose, 1785); thus cunny-thumb n.
[1970s] (US) a villain, a rascal.
1. [18C] a brothel.
2. [18C] a girls’ boarding school.
3. [19C] the vagina.
[18C] of a man, to have sexual intercourse.