to have sexual intercourse; thus stabbing n., sexual intercourse.
|Henry IV Pt 2 II i: He stabbed me in mine own house, and that most beastly [...] if his weapon be out: he will foin like any devil.|
|‘Tom Tinker’ in Merry Songs and Ballads (1897) I 173: I gave him as good as he brought I suppose; / My Words they were ready and wonderful blunt, / Quoth I, I had rather been stobb’d in my ---.|
|‘Prodigals Resolution’ in Pills to Purge Melancholy I 59: I’ll drink Drink and Drab, I’ll Dice and Stab, / No Hector shall out-Rore me.|
|in Limerick (1953) 191: My wife Myrtle’s womb has a habit / Of expanding whenever I stab it.|
|DAUL 207/1: Stab, v. To copulate.et al.|
|Indep. 10 Sept. 22/1: Terms for sex [in Australia] were ‘rooting’, ‘tooling’, ‘poking’, ‘stabbing’ or ‘meat injection’.|
to have sexual intercourse (with).
|Sl. and Its Analogues.|
|Vocabula Amatoria (1966) 239: Sacrificier. To copulate; ‘to get stabbed in the thigh’.|
SE in slang uses
|Worthies (1840) I 453: ‘Stabb’d with a Brydport dagger.’ That is, hanged, or executed at the Gallowes; the best, if not the most hemp (for the quantity of ground) growing about Brydport.|
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue n.p.: A man who was hanged is said [...] in Dorsetshire, to have been stabbed with a Bridport dagger; Bridport being a place famous for manufacturing hemp into cords.|
|Letters from England (1836) 235: The neighbourhood is so proverbially productive of hemp, that when a man is hanged, they have a vulgar saying, that he has been stabbed with a Bridport dagger.|
|Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Manchester Times 17 Aug. 2/4: ‘Stabbed with a Bridport dagger’ means hanged.|
|Dundee, Perth & Cupar Advertiser (Scot.) 11 Jan. 2/5: ‘He was stabbed with a Bridport dagger,’ an intricate, but polite form of epxressing a hempen neck-tie.|
|Dundee Courier (Scot.) 23 July 2/5: All the ropes and cables [...] had been made at Bridport [...] it was proverbial in England to say of a man who was hanged that he ‘was stabbed with a Bridport dagger’.|
|Western Dly Press 18 Feb. 3/5: Bridport made ropes then as it does now, and the old local phrazse for a man being hanged is ‘He was stabbed with a Bridport dagger’.|
|Burnley Exp. 8 Aug. 4/8: Another way was to speak of being ‘stabbed with a Bridport dagger’.|
|Exeter & Plymouth Gaz. 2 Mar. 9/7: Having heard in his day of a man being ‘stabbed with a Bridport dagger’.|
|Western Gaz. 8 June 11/4: Hangmen’s ropes had been made at Bridport from very early times, which gave rise to the expression, ‘May he be stabbed with a Bridport dagger’.|
to take a glassful then circulate the bottle.
|, ,||Sl. Dict.|
(US black) to leave.
|‘From Ruthless To Death Row’ [lyrics] Maybe I shoulda stabbed out like Ice Cube.|
|‘It’s Pimpin’ [lyrics] Then I stab out with my ham sandwich.|
|‘Black Out’ [lyrics] If you don’t know what that’s bout, pack up and stab out.|