Green’s Dictionary of Slang

cunt n.

[orig. ME but taboo since 15C. Cunt itself, ‘a nasty word for a nasty thing’, as Grose (1788) dismisses it, appears as ‘C--t’, although he offers roots in the Gk konnos and the Lat. cunnus, and lists the Fr. synon. con (which has been linked by Fr. ety. to Lat. culus, the anus and hence Fr. cul). A. Liberman (http://blog.oup.com/2012/01/origin-of-the-c-word/) suggests a nasalised version of Germanic kut, which itself links to SE cut (an image behind a number of terms for vagina). Reticence was by no means limited to Grose (who, a single entry earlier, was perfectly happy to list cunny-thumbed (see under cunny n.)). Not until its supplement of 1972 did the OED (albeit unfazed by prick n. (1) since the late 19C) list the term, and other, lesser dictionaries, on both sides of the Atlantic, showed themselves equally coy. Many otherwise authoritative American tomes, hamstrung either by the religious right or the politically correct left, have yet to break the taboo. Yet, as Partridge, writing in 1931 (six years before the term was included in the DSUE), put it: ‘To ignore a very frequently used word – one indeed used by a large proportion, though not the majority, of the white population of the British Empire – is to ignore a basic part of the English language.’ The first use the OED can find for the term appears c.1230, when Gropecuntelane is listed among the streets that made up the ‘stews’ (brothel area) of Cheapside. Given the environment, it must be assumed that the term was already in general use. It would also appear from subsequent early citations that the term, while vulgar, was descriptive rather than obscene. Lanfranc, for instance, used it while writing his Chirurgia Magna in 1363. But by the end of the 15C cunt was unacceptable and two centuries later it was deemed legally obscene, and to print the word in full rendered one liable to prosecution. Its most notorious appearance in the dock came in 1960 in the trial of Lady Chatterley’s Lover. It has yet, if ever, to return to grace. As Grose suggested, the word can be traced back to the Gk, although DSUE disputes whether konnus – a trinket, a beard, or the wearing of the hair in a tuft – is actually linked to the Lat. cunnus, which meant both vagina and, like such English terms as crack n.3 , slit n. (1) and pussy n., the woman (esp. if seen as promiscuous) who possesses it. More likely Gk roots are kusos and kusthos, which are both related to the earlier Sanskrit cushi, meaning ditch. Cunnus itself, setting a pattern for its descendant, was already outlawed as obscene in Rome. Horace used it, Cicero did not. While the French, more heavily influenced by Lat., have con (and the Spanish coño), with its obvious links to cunnus, the English ‘cunt’ or cunte, as found in ME, takes its inspiration from a variety of Ger. (Kunte) and Scandinavian (kunta, kunte) terms. It would appear, in this form, to be a comb. of the ultimate root cu (which also lies at the basis of cow), which appears to imply quintessential femininity and the nt of the European synons. Note val cava, ‘used by Boccaccio for a woman’s private parts, a hollow cavity or valley’ (Florio, Worlde of Words, 1598)]

1. (also count, cuntie, quent) the vagina.

[[UK] in Ekwall Street-Names of City of London (1954) 165: Gropecuntelane [OED]].
[[UK]in J. Jönsjö Studies on Middle English Nicknames Assize Rolls n.p.: Joh. Fillecunte.
[[UK]in J. Jönsjö Studies on Middle English Nicknames Assize Rolls n.p.: Ric. Twychecunt.
[UK]Lanfranc’s Cirurg. 172/12: In wymmen þe necke of þe bladdre is schort, & is maad fast to the cunte [OED].
[UK]D. Lyndsay Satyre of Thrie Estaits III i: Manifestly, during thair lusty lyvis, Thay swyve ladeis, madinins, and menis wyves; And sa thair quentis thay haif in consuetude.
[UK]D. Lyndsay Satyre of Thrie Estaits (1604) 16: Kennis na mair of ane cunt.
[UK]‘Cambridg Libell’ in May & Bryson Verse Libel 340: Well may this wyfe a Countes be, / Yf thou wilt be an Earle; / Her counte as some report to me, / Bedeckt this frontt with pearle.
[UK] ‘Ane Catholic Sang’ in Farmer Merry Songs and Ballads (1897) II 2: Hir with hir cunt, him with his erss, / And I betuix with ane stiff terss. [...] But Candida, gif sho complaine, / I sall hir cunt kiss laich agane!
[UK]Florio Worlde of Wordes n.p.: Pottaccia, a filthie great cunt; Pottuta, that hath a cunt, cunted, quainted.
[UK]Philotus 96: Put doun thy hand and graip hir cunt.
[UK] ‘The Westminster Whore’ in Farmer Merry Songs and Ballads (1897) II 5: Now the Curse of a Cunt without hair, / And ten thousand poxes upon her.
[UK] ‘Under Nelly’s Picture’ in Wardroper (1969) 197: She was so exquisite a Whore / That in the Belly of her Mother / She placed her [cunt] so right before / Her father [fucked] them right together.
[UK]Mercurius Fumigosus 10 2 Aug. 95: Not caring how you live, nor how you die; / So you enjoy C--- and good Company.
[UK] ‘On the Ladies of the Court’ in Wilson Court Satires of the Restoration (1976) 4: Though her cunt be not so rough, / She makes it up in motion.
[UK]F. Fane ‘Iter Occidentale’ Harleian Mss. 7319.20: Sooner shall a P--ck tire out a C--t, Then I forget the memorable Dame.
[UK]Rochester (attrib.) Sodom Prologue: Come for to ease the itching of her arse, / Damn’d pocky jades, whose cunts are hot as fire.
[UK] ‘Tom Tinker’ in Farmer 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 ---.
[UK]N. Chorier (trans.) of Meursius ‘The Delights of Venus’ in Cabinet of Love (1739) 189: Her Virgin Cunt ne’er knew the Joys of Love / Beyond what Dildoes, or her Finger gave.
[US]Byrd of Virginia Diary 2 Dec. n.p.: I retired and took the maid by the cunt, which made me commit uncleanness, for which God forgive me.
[UK] in D’Urfey Pills to Purge Melancholy VI 266: My Words they were ready and wonderful blunt, / Quoth I, I had rather been stobb’d in my [cunt].
[UK]Bailey Dictionarium Britannicum n.p.: CUNT [cunnus, L. c&wen;ið, Sax. kutte, Belg. con, F.] pudendum muliebre, L.
[UK]H. Harris letter 22 June n.p.: O! Glorious Love, and Gluttony! £1500 most gallantly laid out, within a Month, upon Cunt, and Shell-Fish.
[UK] ‘The Black Thing’ in Bold (1979) 25: Then I got on the ground and lay on my back / He drew his pintle and balls my cunt in a crack.
[UK]T. Potter (attrib.) ‘An Essay on Woman’ n.p.: What future fucks he gives not thee to know, / But gives that Cunt to be thy blessing now.
[UK]Nancy Dawson’s Jests 1: A young lady asked her eldest sister, why miss Dawson turn’d her toes out so in dancing? It is, my dear, cries she, to cool her **** .
[UK] ‘Lovely Sally’ Buck’s Delight 3: And when she lies upon her back [...] Her hairy c--t will stand the brunt.
[UK]Belle’s Stratagem 3: I never would approché any countré vere your Lordship was free.
[UK]C. Morris ‘The Great Plenipotentiary’ Collection of Songs (1788) 43: Thro’ thick and thro’ thin, bowel deep he dash’d in, / ’Till her cunt froth’d like cream in a dairy.
[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue ms. additions n.p.: C**t the κοννώ of the Greek and the Cunnus of Latin Dictionaries, a Nasty name for a Nasty thing, un con Miege great Dictionary.
[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue (3rd edn) n.p.: C**t. The kunnus of the Greek, and the cunnus of the Latin dictionaries; a nasty name for a nasty thing.
[UK]Burns ‘Nine Inch Will Please a Lady’ Merry Muses of Caledonia (1965) 58: But for a koontrie cunt like mine, / in sooth, we’re nae sae gentle; / We’ll take tway thumb-bread to the nine, / And that’s a sonsy pintle.
[UK]Lex. Balatronicum [as cit. 1796].
[UK]Bugger’s Alphabet in Bold (1979) 42: C is the cunt all covered in piss.
[UK] ‘I Am A Blowen Togg’d Out So Gay’ Flare-Up Songster 16: I pick up a swell who has plenty of blunt, / And I make him come down to get into my —.
[UK]‘The Landlady’s ’Count’ in Flash Minstrel! in Spedding & Watt (eds) Bawdy Songbooks (2011) I 117: Of the reckoning he wish’d to know the amount, / So he said, my dear madam, come show me your ’count.
[UK] ‘Sam Swipes’ Cuckold’s Nest 20: He took pity, and seeing her in want, / He slapped the calf’s tail right bang up her ---.
[UK] ‘When The Pip Hath Bereft Thee’ Nobby Songster 17: In the depth of thy sadness, / Thou’lt long for a P---; / And the thought shall be madness, / To thy worn out C---.
[UK]The C — , The Open C — [broadside] Her legs were stretch'd, her C—t gap'd wide, / In the happy hour when I did ride.
[UK] ‘I’d Choose to be a Baby’ Rakish Rhymer (1917) 159: Their bellies they would press to mine, / And call me little runt; / They’d take my little slender arm / And run it up their c—ts.
[UK]Pearl 1 July in Bold (1979) 65: Cunt is a greedy, unsatisfied glutton.
[UK]C. Deveureux Venus in India I 37: Gliding my burning hand over the smooth surface of her ivory thigh, [I] took possession of I think the most voluptuous cunt I have ever seen or felt in my life!
[UK]Farmer Vocabula Amatoria (1966) 72: Con, m. 1. The female pudendum; ‘the cunt’.
[UK]Forbidden Fruit n.p.: Her hot swimming Cunt sucked me in ravenously at each thrust I gave.
[UK]Lustful Memoirs of a Young and Passionated Girl 39: Is my cunt big enough yet?
[Ire]Joyce letter 8 Dec. to Nora Barnacle in Ellman Sel. Letters (1975) 185: I will lick the lips of my darling’s cunt.
[UK] ‘Cock & Broomstick’ in Bold (1979) 54: Cock and broomstick, cunt and pole, / Went to fuck a lady, couldn’t find the hole.
[Ire]Joyce Ulysses 59: A dead sea in a dead land, grey and old. [...] Dead: an old woman’s: the grey sunken cunt of the world.
[US](con. 1917) N. Kimball Amer. Madam (1981) 331: Free cunt is not good cunt, we agreed.
[US]H. Miller Tropic of Cancer (1963) 5: O Tania, where now is that warm cunt of yours, those fat, heavy garters, those soft, bulging thighs?
[UK]K. Amis letter 25 Nov. in Leader (2000) 12: My cunt is small owing to the fact that I am a virgin.
[Aus]‘As Boys We Went to School’ in Mess Songs & Rhymes of the RAAF 31: I took my girl out fishing in a thing they call a punt, / The line got tangled round her leg,s and the hook went up her [cunt].
[US]A. Ginsberg ‘Howl’ Howl and Other Poems 12: A vision of ultimate cunt and come eluding the last gyzym of consciousness.
[UK]J. Orton Diaries (1986) 21 May 178: ‘He’ll fucking come,’ George said, ‘right up your smelly cunt, if you ask him.’.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 57: the female sex organ [...] cuntie.
[UK]G.F. Newman You Flash Bastard 133: Even in his female companions he was discreet; he took his wife out – never those flashy chicks or golden-cunted starlets whom so many pandered after.
[UK]S. Berkoff Decadence in Decadence and Other Plays (1985) 12: He asked me to stick it in / right up his ass [...] felt fine / just like a cunt.
[UK]G. Burn Happy Like Murderers 324: I [...] give my cunt to be fucked by any prick at any time he so desires without ever saying so.
[UK]M. Manning Get Your Cock Out 7: The cool water soothed her bruised cunt.

2. (also cunty) a woman considered purely as a sex object.

[US] in T.P. Lowry Stories the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell (1994) ) 37: The scarcest thing here is cunt — the d--med negros will not give a fellow a bite.
[UK]C. Deveureux Venus in India I I 48: The recent influx of troops into Peshawur from Afghanistan had created an enormous demand for cunts, and Newshera, Attock, even Rawal Pindi, Umballa and other places had been de nuded of ‘Polls’ who gathered like birds of carrion where the carcass lay.
[Ire]Joyce letter 9 Dec. to Nora Barnacle in Ellman Sel. Letters (1975) 186: Good night, my little cuntie.
[US]Committee of Fourteen in K. White First Sexual Revolution (1993) 88: Twenty cunts hanging around here.
[UK] ‘Rangy Lil’ in Bold (1979) 192: Now Lil had shunts and double-shunts / And tricks unknown to common cunts.
[US](con. 1870s) N. Kimball Amer. Madam (1981) 114: What the hell do you tinhorns think we are? A couple of hookers! Did we ask you to pony up? Did we now, like any local lakeside cunts!
[US]H. Miller Roofs of Paris (1983) 65: The cunt whirls by and gives me a look that spells bedroom.
[UK]K. Amis letter 16 Oct. in Leader (2000) 485: Haven’t seen a woman for weeks, except in college, and you can’t count that. Can’t count college cunt.
[US]J. Rechy City of Night 99: Next to Miss Destinee’s pad theres this real swell cunt and she walks around all day in her brassiere.
[UK]B.S. Johnson All Bull 125: There was ‘them’ and there was ‘me’. They spoke a language that said ‘cunt’ instead of ‘woman’ and ‘fuck’ instead of ‘love’.
[SA]A. Dangor ‘Waiting for Leila’ Waiting for Leila (2001) 18: The mad bogger [...] who slept with me when I was fifteen. [...] Found himself a nice highbuck cunty.
[US](con. 1970s) J. Pistone Donnie Brasco (2006) 318: How the fuck could you invite your own sweetheart that you live with, then next day want to bring a cunt in?
[US]M. Leyner Et Tu, Babe (1993) 145: A coarse vulgar man who flaunted his mafia connections and referred to women as ‘broads’ and ‘cunts’.
[UK]N. Griffiths Grits 464: ‘Cunt’ is a harsh, brutal werd. Wharrif someone referred ter you as a cunt [...] As if that’s all yerrah, nuthin el’, juster fanny like.

3. copulation with a woman.

[UK]‘J.H. Ross’ Mint (1955) 96: I’m engaged to the best bride in Devonport [...] Since we fixed it up I haven’t tasted cunt.
[UK]E. Blair ‘Clink’ Aug. in Complete Works X (1998) 259: Four years without cunt — Cripes! Fellers inside’d go ’alf mad if they saw a pair of legs (a woman), eh?
[US]N. Heard Howard Street 68: Let’s celebrate with some free cunt.
[SA]D. Muller Whitey 99: It will be cunt for all in die Kaap, tonight, and then in nine months’ time we’ll have more babies to look after.
[UK]P. Barker Blow Your House Down 26: All George ever really wanted was sucking [...] he actually disliked cunt.

4. a fool, a dolt, an unpleasant person of either sex; a general term of abuse.

[US]T. Dreiser in Riggio Diaries (1982) 309: We have breakfast at the King George. Cakes & country sausage. The waiter’s mistake. ‘Yes — cunt.’.
[UK](con. 1916) F. Manning Her Privates We (1986) 37: Wouldn’t you have thought the cunt would ’a’ give me vingt frong for ’em anyway?
[UK]E. Blair ‘Clink’ in Complete Works X (1998) 256: Detective Smith knows how to gee; / Tell him he’s a cunt from me.
[UK]G. Kersh Night and the City 28: You — are you asking to get done?
[US]Kerouac letter May in Charters (1999) II 31: Even Seymour dint put me up in London because of some cunt in there who hated me.
[UK]P. Willmott Adolescent Boys of East London (1969) 152: He was going round saying I was a cunt.
[Aus]F.J. Hardy Outcasts of Foolgarah (1975) 79: ‘Cunts!’ he roared to startled passsers-by, judo-chopping and making sealy noises, ‘They are a pack of cunts!’.
[UK](con. 1944) J. Braine Waiting for Sheila (1977) 71: ‘The cunt,’ he said, ‘the nasty little Scottish cunt!’.
[UK]G. Stewart Leveller 118: Listen, cunt, you got off light last night.
[Aus]R.G. Barrett You Wouldn’t Be Dead for Quids (1989) 38: C’mon you old cunt, wake up.
[UK]J. Healy Grass Arena (1990) 3: You fucking Irish cunt.
[Aus]P. Temple Bad Debts (2012) [ebook] No-one’s ever heard of the cunt.
[US](con. 1960s) G. Washington Blood Brothers 180: Don’t be filthy, cunt.
[UK]Guardian Guide 18 Dec.-3 Jan. 22: Their laughs, their chuckles, and their ‘Jesus is A Cunt’ T-shirt.
[UK]Observer Screen 13 Feb. 14: Lennon is apoplectic; ‘C’mon you c***s!’ he screams. ‘Get it right!’.
[Aus]T. Winton ‘Defender’ in Turning (2005) 312: The boy called him five kinds of fucking cunt.
[UK]K. Richards Life 46: A familiar Gisism was to greet a friend with ‘Hello, don’t be a cunt all yer life’.
[Aus]L. Redhead Thrill City [ebook] Got a real mouth on her — one time she called me a cockless cunt.
[Aus]L. Redhead Thrill City [ebook] The stripper [...] whipped her head around. ‘You talking about that rich cunt, found his body up near Daylesford?’.
[US](con. 1973) C. Stella Johnny Porno 23: Is this why we divorced, because you can be such a cunt.
[UK]J. Fagan Panopticon (2013) 59: I can be a cunt, but I dinnae batter someone unless they go for me first.
[US]D. Winslow The Force [ebook] [T]he cop-hating CCRB, which Phil Russo insists stands for ‘Cunts, Cocksuckers, Rats and Ballbusters,’ but is actually the Civilian Complaint Review Board.

5. a derog. term for a woman; occas. in male homosexual context.

[US]H. Miller Tropic of Cancer (1963) 18: While I’m standing there like that two cunts sail in — Americans.
[US]H. Miller Sexus (1969) 454: He was expecting that cunt of his, Marcelle.
[US]W. Burroughs Naked Lunch (1968) 142: Iris is a wholesome American cunt.
[US]M. Braly On the Yard (2002) 28: I don’t know anyone who has stuff to waste on high-school cunt.
[US]J. Rechy Rushes (1981) 170: [of a man] Lashing, they invoke the harshest curse in the Rushes — effeminacy — while personifying it in cruel paradox: ‘Cunt!’.
[US](con. 1967) E. Spencer Welcome to Vietnam (1989) 76: We really do try and watch our language as much as possible, especially when there’s cunt present.
[UK]A. Hollinghurst Swimming-Pool Library (1998) 173: [ref. to a homosexual] He gasped, spat out ‘Cunt’.
[UK]G. Burn Happy Like Murderers 123: Looking over his shoulder and calling his mother an old cunt as he went.
[US]S. King Dreamcatcher 100: Oh you troublesome cunt.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘The Pager’ Wire ser. 1 ep. 5 [TV script] You just called the mother of your children a cunt.
[Aus]L. Redhead Rubdown [ebook] That was a warning you dirty cunt. You only get one.
[UK]Eve. Standard (London) 31 July 8/5: She called [her] a ‘slutbag’, a ‘tw*t’ and ‘c**t’.
[US]Rolling Stone 14 Oct. [Internet] Trump’s rally was a vast sea of [...] profane signage. she’s a cunt – vote trump read the T-shirt of one attendee.
[Aus]T. Spicer Good Girl Stripped Bare 31: Woodsy from the footy team, who calls out ‘jugs!’ and ‘slut!’ to the girls he likes and ‘fat cunt!’ to the ones he doesn’t.

6. an infuriating object, often mechanical.

[Aus](con. 1940s–60s) Hogbotel & ffuckes ‘A Dangerous Place’ in Snatches and Lays 56: What a cunt of a place that was.
[Aus]R.G. Barrett You Wouldn’t Be Dead for Quids (1989) 161: It’s [i.e. a brand of beer] a cunt of a drop, if you ask me.
[UK]N. Griffiths Grits 141: Then wan uv those cunts [i.e. a military jet] screams ovurr an makes ye fuckin shite yer kex.

7. (US gay) a term of address, used archly as an affectionate derog. term.

[US]‘Swasarnt Nerf’ et al. Gay Girl’s Guide 6: cunt: Mock-derogatory vocative used in ‘bitchy’ conversation.
asstr.org 3 Sept. [Internet] ‘You’re such a horney little cunt, you know.’ He was being affectionate.

8. (US gay) the mouth or rectum as a sexual receptacle.

[US]Guild Dict. Homosexual Terms 10: cunt (n.): [...] (3) A sarcastic term for a homosexual’s mouth or rectum when used as a sexual outlet.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular.
[US]R.O. Scott Gay Sl. Dict. [Internet].

9. (US gay) the buttocks.

[US]I. Rosenthal Sheeper 15: You want to put your hand on his ass [...] and say, ‘How about some cunt, baby?’.
[UK](con. mid-1960s) J. Patrick Glasgow Gang Observed 63: Typical of comments [...] to girls and, surprisingly, to boys: ‘Ah’ll kick yir cunt in’.

10. commercial sex; prostitution.

[US]C. Brown Manchild in the Promised Land (1969) 200: They sold cunt out there on the street at night.
[UK]J. Cameron Vinnie Got Blown Away 34: Bit of shopping, bit of cunt.

11. (drugs) the area of a vein into which one injects narcotics; the crease inside the elbow.

[US] in R. Gilmore Drug Education Hbk. Spears (1986).
[US] in J.H. Frykman A New Connection Spears (1986).

12. a synon. for damn in give a damn v.

[UK]G.F. Newman Sir, You Bastard 70: I don’t care a cunt.

13. a sexually attractive woman.

[US]College Sl. Research Project (Cal. State Poly. Uni., Pomona) [Internet] Cunt {offensive} (noun) A very good looking female.

14. any thing, object or place.

[US]E. Bunker No Beast So Fierce 11: I’d just as soon be in this concrete cunt as be out there without having anything.
[Ire]R. Doyle Van (1998) 577: What’s keepin’ the cunt? said Jimmy Sr when the train stopped for a minute at the depot.

15. a person, usu. male, with no negative implications; thus used as a term of address irrespective of gender.

[Aus]Hogbotel & ffuckes Snatches and Lays 110: There are lots of cunts that are definitely not female such as Smart Cunts, Dumb Cunts, Dead Cunts, Mug Cunts, and the Chinese bloke Sum Cunt.
[Aus]D. Maitland Breaking Out 305: The defence counsel is acting like a pure cunt.
[UK]‘Derek Raymond’ He Died with His Eyes Open 55: They’re only business cunts and that; they only want to be made to feel they’re something special.
[Ire] (ref. to 1963) D. Healy Bend for Home 176: Isn’t Dermot a funny wee cunt, she said.
[UK]A. Bennett diary in Untold Stories (2006) 269: Hello, you old cunt.
[UK]J.J. Connolly Viva La Madness 75: She’s greeting people she likes by calling them a cunt, as aterm of endearment — all right, ya cunt, glad ya could make it, ya cunt.
[Aus]me-stepmums-too-fuckin-hot-mate at www.fakku.net [Internet] She’s so fuckin’ hot, any cunt who’s not a complete faggot would wanna fuck her.

16. in fig. use, the essence, the ‘daylights’.

[UK]R. Hewitt White Talk Black Talk 87: Three white geezers were beatin’ the cunt out of a black bloke [...] They were kickin’ ’im to death.

17. something very difficult or unpleasant to do or achieve.

[NZ]H. Beaton Outside In I ii: She had a cunt of a job.
[Aus]B. Moore Lex. of Cadet Lang. 104: cunt2 non-specific term of abuse, especially for a male; appears also in the saying life’s a cunt, especially when you’re in Fourth Class.

In derivatives

cuntery (n.)

malign stupidity.

Urban Dict. 8 Aug. [Internet] Cuntery. 1. Acting in a cunt like manner 2. Getting others to behave in a cunt like manner .
[US]T. Black Ringer [ebook] The way to deal with this kind of cuntery is to let it lie.
M. Rawson Twitter 1 Oct. [Internet] Many kind people have told me to get back on Twitter, however vile a cavalcade of cuntery it is. So here's a rainbow.
cunting (adj.)

an intensive term of abuse, derision, dismissal etc.

[UK]‘J.H. Ross’ Mint (1955) 55: Anyway, it doesn’t take six cunting towns to make our burg. [Ibid.] 94: Where the fucking hell am I to get the girl lodgings in this cunting place?
[US](con. 1917–19) Dos Passos Nineteen Nineteen in USA (1966) 363: I want to get out of the c––g life and get a job that pays something.
[UK]P. Larkin letter 16 Apr. in Thwaite Sel. Letters (1992) 12: I think this is really bloody cunting fucking good.
[UK]G.F. Newman A Prisoner’s Tale 120: That no-good cunting detective wanted me put away.
[US]W.T. Vollmann You Bright and Risen Angels (1988) 43: What the bloody cunting hell, a man had to go on.
M. Bracewell Perfect Tense 21: Luke, a portly young man whose bellow of ‘Cunting bollocks!’ could have dominated a football terrace.
[Aus]L. Redhead Thrill City [ebook] Dumb cunts. Like my mother. The cuntingest of all.
[UK]J.J. Connolly Viva La Madness 37: They don’t fuckin curse and fucking swear every other cunting word.
cuntish (adj.)

stupid, unpleasant.

[UK]A. Salkey Catullus Kelly 68: the fragmentation of language, the 'naming of parts', foreign parts, and a kind of cuntish irony.
[UK]G.F. Newman You Flash Bastard 146: Maybe he would react in just such a foolish manner in any similar circumstances [...] Such cuntish moves were second-nature to wollies, who were what they were for such strokes.
[Ire]R. Doyle Commitments 11: What’s the soup like? he asked. – Cuntish.
[UK]I. Welsh Trainspotting 168: Sorry mate, ah sais, feelin cuntish.
www.drownedinsound.com 14 Dec. [Internet] For some reason, cuntish DJs about the land are lending the ‘JCB Song’ their support.
mail to http://terenceblacker.com 14 Feb. [Internet] “Come off it, Blacker, stop plying your cuntish opinions with panache .
cuntishness (n.)

stupidity, unpleasantness.

[UK](con. 1980s) I. Welsh Skagboys 159: That fucker defines cuntishness.
cuntless (adj.)

a general derog. epithet for a woman.

[UK]E. Hemingway ‘Little Mr Wilson’ in Complete Poems (1992) 97: All the ball-less critics / All their cuntless wives.
[US](con. 1960s) M. Kingston Tripmaster Monkey 6: You hear me? You cuntless bitch.
[US]R. Coover Pinocchio in Venice 106: Go to the devil, you ungrateful cold-assed nanny! You cuntless whore!
[US]R. Miller Sowboy 100: That shit-sucking crotch-licking MBA, and that cuntless slanteye.
cuntlike (adj.)

a general derog. term of abuse.

[US]Kerouac letter 8 April in Charters I (1995) 343: I don’t know how the hell I manage to live with myself being so open and cuntlike and silly.
cunty (adj.)

stupid, infuriating.

Twitter 24 Feb. [Internet] Have you ever seen a cuntier sign in all your life.

In compounds

cunt-bitten (adj.)

syphilitic.

[UK]Dunbar ‘Flyting of Dunbar & Kennedy’ in Mackenzie Poems (1932) 7: Cuntbitten crawdoun Kennedy, coward of kynd.
cunt book (n.)

(US prison) pornography.

[US]R. Carter Sixteenth Round 165: The worthless luxuries that most of the inmates craved – the cunt books, the fags, the cigarettes, the movies.
[US]N. Heard House of Slammers 24: Flanders spent much of his time reading cunt books and masturbating.
[UK]letter in T. Shannon Invisible Crying Tree (2009) 194: Perhaps with it being so well used and worn, he thought he was getting an old and well loved cunt book.
cunt-botch (n.)

a venereal bubo.

[UK]Florio Worlde of Wordes n.p.: Pannocchia, a cunt botch, a winchester goose, an impostume about the priuie members, a boile, a blane, a pocke, a plague sore, a knob, a bunch or wenne of flesh.
cunt-buster (n.)

(US) a penis.

[US]A. Travis Big Shots 152: The thing is huge, a vast expanse of nude, glistening meat. A cuntbuster, ass splitter, throat wrecker.
[US]Sandmann ‘Burning Down the House’ Planet Sex Stories [Internet] He was speechless, so I moved up and started kissing and licking his black cuntbuster up and down its length.
cunt-chaser (n.)

a womanizer.

[US]H. Miller Tropic of Cancer (1963) 131: People think I’m a cunt-chaser.
[US]S. Longstreet Dream Seekers 272: ‘Ah, the world I dreamed of at your age — honorable, clean, amusing, beautiful.’ ‘Women too, Grandpa. You were a real cuntchaser’.
cunt-collar (n.) [one has been ‘arrested’ by one’s desire] [fig. use of collar n. (3b)]

(US) the supposed entrapment of a man by a woman’s sexuality.

[US]C. Brown Manchild in the Promised Land (1969) 202: Even cats with long cunt collars would get tired of screwing those cold junkie bitches.
[US]N. Heard Howard Street 170: She’d have no trouble putting a cunt-collar on Franchot.
[US]R.D. Pharr Giveadamn Brown 60: She began to wonder what made this dude uptight. . . have what Ranger called a ‘cunt collar’.
[US]S. Cannon Groove, Bang and Jive Around n.p.: He had a cunt collar around his neck bigger than this galaxy.
cunt-eater (n.)

(US) a lesbian.

[US]Simon & Burns ‘One Arrest’ Wire ser. 1 ep. 7 [TV script] Suck my dick, dyke cunt. Where’s my lawyer at? freak, cunt-eater.
cunt-eyed (adj.) [fig. use of sense 1 above as a ‘slit’ + sfx -eyed]

(US) used of a person with narrow, squinting eyes.

[US]H.N. Cary Sl. of Venery II 123: English bullies have a pet term: ‘You cunt-eyed sod.’.
[US](con. 1966) P. Conroy Lords of Discipline 91: Bawl, you fucking cunt-eyed baby.
obsess.com 28 July [Internet] You’re a cunt; you always have been a cunt, and you always will be a cunt – a useless, artless, soulless, worthless, hateful, sickening, handful-of-your-own-shit-fucking cunt-chewing cunt-eyed cunt.
cuntface (n.)

see separate entry.

cunt fringe (n.)

the female pubic hair.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) I 198: A rapid glance at their thighs, belly and cunt-fringe.
cunt hair (n.) (also cunt’s hair, ball hair, pussy hair, short hair)

1. (US) an infinitesimally small amount; also attrib.

[US]N. Cassady letter in Charters (1993) 204: Bending the tough metal bar the slightest cunt-hair.
[US]Kerouac On the Road (The Orig. Scroll) (2007) 285: They had to amputate a cunthair tip off the end.
[US]L. Heinemann Close Quarters (1987) 38: You yank the ring and pull the pin all but half a cunt hair.
[US](con. 1968) Bunch & Cole Reckoning for Kings (1989) 280: Arledge thought that Grubb was two cunt hairs from a Section Eight.
[US]R. Campbell Alice in La-La Land (1999) 7: That Benz missed her ass by a red pussy hair.
[UK]Guardian Guide 25–31 July 6: A man given to saying of deals that went belly-up, ‘Missed it by a cunt-hair, goddam it!’.
[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 212: I’m a cunthair away from pulling a Steubenville.
[NZ]McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 56: cunt’s hair/red cunt’s hair The measure of some minute mechanical difference.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘Hard Cases’ Wire ser. 2 ep. 4 [TV script] The Dasco line’s about a cunt-hair away from taking their business down the Norfolk .
[US]Simon & Mills ‘React Quotes’ Wire ser. 5 ep. 5 [TV script] He’s a short hair away from laying off about 50 middle-school teachers.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘–30–’ Wire ser. 5 ep. 10 [TV script] You are a cunthair away from indictment and you see fit to argue with me.
[US]L. Francis PTSD 241: He felt this reckless urge to run over and beat the fucking shit out of him, and he was but a cunt’s hair away from doing so.
[UK](con. 1980s) I. Welsh Skagboys 375: The cunt must be a baw hair away fae flatlining, the wey he’s been battering the shit intae hissel.
[Aus] G. Johnstone ‘No Through Road’ in Crime Factory: Hard Labour [ebook] We miss a tram by a cunt hair.
[US]J. Stahl Bad Sex on Speed 16: Body and brain in stunning sync [...] One cunthair from complete loss of control.

2. the female pubic hair.

[US]‘Harriet Daimler’ Darling 36: Jules’ hand suddenly twisted into her cunt hairs. He opened his fingers and cupped the raised, covered mound.
[US]‘Akbar del Piombo’ Who Pushed Paula? 16: It was then I found she was not impartial to a little tugging on the cunt hairs.
[US]K. Tisdall Great Heads 134: Baby, I never forget the feel of your cunt hairs around my cock and I still wonder what color they are, the park being so dark.
[US]K. Acker Childlike Life of the Black Tarantula 50: The delicate opening of the skin below the cunt hairs.
[US]R. Dakron Infra 9: Her slit, cunt hairs misting tracer black, my crime eyes churning over her slim belly.
[US]ReYoung Unbabbling 8: Goddamn cunt hairs curling out of her panties, her top's soaked with sweat and spilled beer, her nipples are erect.
[US](con. 1973) C. Stella Johnny Porno 266: [He] reached a hand up her skirt and grabbed her there hard [...] ‘I’ll pull them out one at a time, your cunt hairs, I have to come back’.
cunt-hat (n.) [? pun on ‘felt’, i.e. ‘felt up’ + ? shape of the trilby]

1. a trilby or felt hat.

[UK]E. Jones letter 30 Apr. Complete Corresp. of S. Freud & E. Jones 99: In England the soft indented felt hat is generally called by young men a ‘cunt’ hat; (cunt is a very vulgar expression for cunnus, from which I suppose it is derived).
[UK]J. Manchon Le Slang.

2. an indented trilby-like paper hat as worn by food-servers, etc.

D. Thompson Myrtle Beach Memoir 208: A burly guy in a paper cunt-hat serves me an order of vinegary fries.
cunthead (n.) (also kunt head) [-head sfx (1)]

1. (orig. US) a fool; also attrib.

[US]J. Schultz F1 29: All I heard from the yard was ‘Goddamn-crazy-fucking-crazy-bitch-cunthead!’.
[US]L. Heinemann Close Quarters (1987) 30: That fucken Trobridge is a prime cunt-head.
[US]N. Proffitt Gardens of Stone (1985) 205: Number Seven, bring your motherfuckin’ bayonet up ... No, no, that’s too far, cunthead!
[Aus]Pussy Rag (RMC Duntroon ‘underground’ mag.) in Moore (1993) n.p.: I feel it my duty to let you know what a real [...] junket pumper, kunt head [...] tagman, uterus, vag-face, wanker, xgote, yiddish zero you really are!
[US]C. Chute School on Heart’s Content Road 214: Are you going to apologize? No. You say as loud as you can, ‘Dry up, cunthead’.
[US]D. Prete August and Then Some n.p.: That was a royal cunthead move.

2. a sexual enthusiast.

[US]J. Larson Corrupted Wife 39: ‘Is he a cunthead?’ Simon laughed. ‘Is that a weakness?’.
cunt-hooks (n.)

1. fingers; occas. sing.

[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue n.p.: **** hooks; fingers.
[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue [as cit. 1785].
[UK]Lex. Balatronicum [as cit. 1785].
[UK]Egan Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue [as cit. 1785].
[UK]K. Amis letter 11 Aug. in Leader (2000) 289: You can’t expect him to be petty enough to remember whose it was before he got his cunt-hook on to it, can you?
[UK]S. Armitage ‘Brassneck’ in Kid 8: He keeps his cunt-hooks out of my wallet.

2. a term of endearment, may also be used as a casual greeting.

[UK]M. Pugh Murmur of Mutiny 104: Well, lift it, cunthooks, lift it. Foar kings, right?
[UK]M. Lucashenko Steam Pig 110: ‘Well, shut the door on ya way out, won’t ya, cunthooks?’ Sue mutters under her breath.
[Aus]L. Redhead Peepshow [ebook] I love the words you guys come up with. Tockley. Smoo. And Cuntox.
[UK]R. Fanin Shooting the Moon 82: Scully’s eyes went from Doyle to me. ‘You mean Cunthooks here?’.

3. an insulting term of address.

[Ire]P. McCabe Butcher Boy 154: Hey, I shouts, cunthooks!

4. as an interj.

[US]S. Raven Old Gang 145: ‘Cunthooks,’ said Lazarus Risen. ‘Never mind,’ I try to comfort him.
cunt-hound (n.) [-hound sfx]

a man who is obsessed with sex and seduction; also attrib.

[US](con. early 1950s) J. Peacock Valhalla 83: Probably every goddam cunthound in South Camp, or the world for that matter, always asked a whore this. [Ibid.] 181: We are truly a couple of cunt-hounds.
[US]T. Thackrey Thief 43: This old boy was a cunt-hound from way back.
[US]R. Price Breaks 190: I’m no cunthound animal.
[US]P Roth Everyman 96: As anything but a cunthound, he was a fake through and through.
cunt-hunter (n.)

a womanizer.

[UK]Randiana 73: Clinton, you are [...] such an incredible cunt hunter. [...] There may be some stray ‘stuff’ drop in while we are there, but I warn you not to try it on with Mrs. Leveson.
[UK]‘Ramrod’ My Lustful Adventures (1996) 30: I knew very well he was a confirmed cunt-hunter.
[US]E. Clark Gloria Mundi 124: Just a runty little cunt-hunter you are. You make me sick. Couldn’t you at least find a decent one your own age?
[US]G. Bower Running 87: He was being hurt by it, as well as by his reputation as a cunt hunter, a black cunt maker.
[US]E. Muller Tab Hunter Confidential 128: He had a line he’d use whenever girls trailed me around: ‘I’m Tab’s brother — Cunt Hunter’.
cunt-lapper/-lapping

see separate entries.

cunt-lick/-licker/-licking

see separate entries.

cunt-lips (n.)

the labia.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) II 391: Again the girl distended her cunt-lips without any modesty or affectation.
cunt-man (n.) (also cuntsman)

(US campus) a sexual athlete.

[US]Baker et al. CUSS.
[US]C.W. ‘Bill’ Getz ‘Bumming Around Town’ in G. Logsdon Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (1995) 96: Up steps an old bitch, who says I suppose, / That your a good cunt-man, by the cut of your clothes.
[UK]Roger’s Profanisaurus in Viz Apr. 47: cuntsman n. A cocksman, stickman. A Don Juan type, highly skilled in the pursuit of poontang.
cunt-muncher (n.) [munch v.1 (2)]

(S.Afr. gay) a lesbian.

[SA]K. Cage Gayle.
[US]K. Guest Mistress Grim 72: You pet my hair [...] cradle my head in your lap, whispering sweet things like ‘Such a little cunt-muncher’ or even a simple ‘good girl’.
cunt pensioner (n.) [Fr. pensionaire, a lodger]

a kept man, a pimp.

[UK]Farmer & Henley Sl. and Its Analogues.
[Aus]Sydney Sportsman (Surry Hills, NSW) 24 Oct. 1/2: A number of the nofghas from the WEind Club, accompanied by their pensioners, were also there, and behaved in the disgusting filthy manner that attracts the crowd.
[US]J. Stewart Exitt Recollected 125: Claude was of the opinion that Mother Pat was a cunt pensioner. ‘What the hell is that?’ I asked him [...] Claude acted indignant. ‘No, it's a polite term for p-i-m-p’.
cunt plugger (n.)

the penis; thus cunt plugging, sexual intercourse.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) VIII 1557: The sperm running out on to my balls, as my cunt plugger slowly left her. [Ibid.] IX 1758: Then we went up to bed to revel in cunt plugging and a jolly evening and night that was.
cunt-puncher (n.)

an enthusiastic copulator.

‘Ramrod’ My Lustful Adventures (1996) 47: We'll make a first-class cunt-puncher of him.
cunt-rag (n.)

1. a sanitary towel.

[US]N. Heard Howard Street 171: All women were whores [...] they spread their legs the same, wore cunt-rags the same when they had their period, and sat on the toilet to do the same things.
[US]C. Bukowski Erections, Ejaculations etc. 118: Janitors who picked up women’s cuntrags in the crappers had more soul.

2. used as an insult.

[US]G. Bills Fearful Symmetry 129: ‘You little bloody cuntrag!’ he panted over the continued honking of the neighboring car’s alarm.
[US]G. Diamond Crashing Out in the Alphabets 179: That cuntrag bitch! No one is stopping me from getting the top!
[US]A.J. Evans Wicked Witch 6: You didn’t call anyone a cuntrag when he was around.
cunt scratchers (n.)

the hands.

[UK]Roger’s Profanisaurus 3 in Viz 98 Oct. 10: cunt scratchers n. Wanking spanners. Humorous term for hands.
[US]A. Shand Skull 226: If you want to stay here, you keep your cunt scratchers in your pocket, right?
cunt-starver (n.) [the Deserted Wives & Children’s Act, known as the Cunt Act]

(Aus.) a man who defaults on his maintenance payments.

[Aus]‘No. 35’ Argot in G. Simes DAUS (1993).
[Aus]Adamson & Hanford Zimmer’s Essay 30: Maintenance prisoners, by the way, get good jobs on the farm – outside the prison and real crims, who are never allowed outside the brick walls, despise them, and call them ‘cunt-starvers’. [Ibid.] 81: All the short-timers and riff-raff who would and did do anything – local crims, cunt-starvers, wild-eyed chats, yahoos.
[Aus]Tupper & Wortley Aus. Prison Sl. Gloss. [Internet] Cunt starver. The sentence served by a male maintenance defaulter (now obsolete). Also ‘wife starver’.
posting at s7.invisionfree.com [Internet] Australians also have a habit of pairing the word with another to give a more specific meaning or simply a greater effect. Common examples include: [...] cunt-starver (someone convicted of not making alimony payments).
cunt-stopper (n.)

the penis.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) IV 820: Many a woman will say, ‘no, no,’ till she sees the red-tipped cunt-stopper ready.
cunt-stretcher (n.)

the penis.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) X 2019: The biggest of the two pricks did not however nearly come up in size, to that titanic cunt stretcher which Sarah F**z*r enabled me to see through the peephole at the baudy house.
cunt-struck (adj.)

(of a man) obsessed with sex, or with a particular woman.

[UK]Romance of Lust 476: He [...] became in fact cunt-struck upon her.
[UK] ‘Nursery Rhymes’ in Pearl 4 Oct. 32: I’m content. / By no means am I so cunt-struck now.
[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) IV 752: My cock stood and the woman [...] had got randy too. It was a case of cock-struck and cunt-struck.
[UK]C. Deveureux Venus in India I 75: He is cunt-struck with a very pretty little woman in the Dak Bungalow!
[UK]Farmer & Henley Sl. and Its Analogues.
[UK](con. 1916) F. Manning Her Privates We (1986) 116: Seems to be you’re getting a bit cunt-struck.
[US]H. Miller Tropic of Cancer (1963) 4: I do not agree, for instance, that he is a philosopher or a thinker. He is cunt-struck, that’s all.
[UK] ‘Eskimo Nell’ in ‘Count P. Vicarion’ Bawdy Ballads XIV: You cunt-struck shrimp of a Yankee pimp, do you call that thing a tool?
[Ire]J. Morrow Confessions of Proinsias O’Toole 89: Just now, with a bigger fish in the pan, was a bad time for Duncher to go all cuntstruck.
posting at www.whittlingwood.com 13 Feb. [Internet] Trent allows Shaylene to make all the decisions around the house, as he is totally cunt-struck.
cunt-sucker (n.)

1. a cunnilinguist; thus cuntsucking, n. cunnlingus.

[UK]Index Expurgatorius of Martial 32: A satire on Baeticus, who was a priest of Cybele, and a cunt-sucker.
[UK]Index Expurgatorius of Martial 33: The poet jocosely proposes, as it were an enigma, the question whether two brothers are more unlike or more like each other, the one being a prick sucker and the other a cunt sucker.
[UK]Horn Book: A Girl's Guide to the Knowledge of Good and Evil 49: In all schools, workshops, convents, etc., there is more or less cunt-sucking going on, and governesses and servants often enjoy licking the virgin clefts of the girls left in their charge.
[US]H. Miller Roofs of Paris (1983) 277: You little pervert! You dirty little cunt sucker!
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 139: cunnilinctrice, [...] cuntIapper [sucker] (pej).
[UK]A.B. Gerber Lawyer 122: He could hear shrill voices shrieking, ‘Cunt lapper,’ ‘Cunt sucker,’ ‘Gash guzzler,’ and ‘Nookey nosher’ .
[US]D. Jennings Skinflicks 51: He’s a professional cunt-sucker. He’s good. The word gets around.
[UK]A. Bartoli Rachel 43: I’m a slut and a whore and a harlot and a lezzo cunt-sucker.

2. (orig. US) a repellent, loathed, unpleasant person; thus cuntsucking adj.

[US]W. Burroughs Nova Express 56: You stinking [...] cunt sucking [...] bastards.
[US]Thackrey Thief 252: Hell, the least she could have done was date some 4-F cuntsucker who could pay his own freight.
[US]B. Harris Lover 24: ‘Dirty cuntsucker!’ he screams.
[US]S. Chamas Conqueror’s Child n.p.: Give me a brilliant explanation for all this, and I might not kill you for the treacherous little cuntsucker that you are.

3. (US) a derog. term for a lesbian.

[US]Gaymart.com Queer Sl. in the Gay 90s [Internet] Cunt Sucker – A derogatory term for a lesbian.
[US]in L. Faderman Chloe Plus Olivia (1994) 788: Whitetrash no-count bastard mean-eyed garbage-mouth cuntsucker.
cunt-swab (n.)

female underwear.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) IX 1877: ‘You’ve no drawers on,’ said I pleased (for every dirty little whore as well as servants and ladies all wear those cunt swabs now).
cunt-teaser (n.)

a man who excites a woman sexually but refuses to have intercourse.

[US]J. Roc Winter Blood 349: ‘You brought me in here to tease. What’s the male of it — cock-teaseuse?’ ‘No — cunt-teaser. More accurate’.
[US]C. Dennis Dealmakers 258: ‘I thought you wanted to fuck me.’ ‘I hate a cunt-teaser.’ ‘Who was teasing?’.
‘High-Heeled Tease’ on Feet Under The Table [Internet] Well, Philip, I hope you had a nice time with us. You know you really got both of us all horny, do you? You’re a real little cunt-teaser, aren’t you, walking along in your slutty pants with no underwear?
[US]M. Lynch-Clare White Chocolate 100: He was just a common garden cunt-teaser. He deposited her at the main house then walked off jauntily.
cunt-tickler (n.)

(US) a moustache.

[US]N. Mailer Why Are We In Vietnam? (1970) 12: I wish you [...] had a cunt-tickler of a moustache.
[US]Zartan’s Live Journal 24 Sept. [Internet] Cop Number One, with just the standard issue, pencil-thin, cunt-tickler of a mustache you’d expect him to have, gave me a citation for public urination and let my friends walk.
cunt-wagon (n.)

(US) a flashy car seen as an adjunct to the seduction of foolishly impressionable young women.

[US](con. late 1940s) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 435: ‘A real cunt wagon,’ the salesman had whispered confidentially in his ear. ‘A real gem.’.
[US]W. Beatrice Valley Diner Boys 33: He called the car ‘Black Beauty,’ but when Tony saw it, and checked out the mattress hidden under the vinyl covering behind the front seat, he called it ‘The Cunt Wagon’.
[US]Palmieri & Gerrard Godsons 217: This car is so cool [...] Look at that dashboard. Real wood! Real wood, Anthony! It's a regular cunt wagon.
cunt-wig (n.)

the female pubic hair.

[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) IV 713: I groped all around her firm buttocks, and pinched them, grasped her cunt-wig, and pulled it till she cried out.

In phrases

come the (old) cunt (v.)

to act in an obnoxious or obstreperous manner; esp. in phr. don’t come the old cunt with me.

[UK]Partridge DSUE (8th edn).
posting at www.drownedinsound.com 15 Jan. [Internet] Last but not least don’t come the cunt with me mate, I aint into music for all this shite.
kick someone’s cunt in (v.)

to beat severely.

[UK]D. O’Donnell Locked Ward (2013) 172: Skoosh repeatedly threatened to ‘kick his cunt in’ whenever he was freed.
like a cunt

used as an intensifier.

[UK]‘J.H. Ross’ Mint (1955) 61: The biggest balls-up ever. Stiffy was laughing like a cunt.
make a coffee-house out of a woman’s cunt (v.) (also make a lobster kettle out of one’s cunt) [pun; the popularity of SE coffeehouses as social centres, rather than places for eating and drinking]

to perform coitus interruptus, i.e. ‘to go in and out and spend nothing’ (Grose, 1785).

[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue n.p.: To make a coffee house out of a woman’s ****, to go in and out and spend nothing.
[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue ms. additions n.p.: I will not make a Lobster Kettle of my ****, a Reply frequently made by the Nymphs of the Point at Portsmouth, when requested by a Soldier to grant him a Favor.
[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue (2nd, 3rd edn) n.p.: [as 1786].
[UK]Lex. Balatronicum [as cits. 1785, 1788].
[UK]Egan Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue [as cits. 1785, 1788].
[US]Maledicta IX 195: This article and series devoted to sexual slang would be incomplete without some notice of catch phrases, both British and American: […] I won’t make a lobster kettle out of my cunt (refusing a British redcoat at Portsmouth, a Navy stronghold).
take the cunt (v.)

to tease, to make fun of.

[UK]J. Fagan Panopticon (2013) 245: He is taking the cunt [...] this is the single weirdest conversation ever.
talk cunt (v.)

to talk about sex, to tell smutty jokes.

[US]‘J.M. Hall’ Anecdota Americana I 1: ‘Gentlemen,’ he said to the men that crowded the room, ‘is there any reason why we shouldn’t begin to talk cunt right away?’.

In exclamations

stick it up your cunt!

(Aus.) a general expression of disdain, dismissal, rejecting the previous speaker’s idea, opinion, insult etc.

Ouroboros Profanity Bank [Internet] Insults [...] stick it up your arse, stick it up your cunt, fuck off, fuck you, fuck this.