Green’s Dictionary of Slang

poo n.1

1. the vagina.

[US] in Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) I 567: There was an Indian maid / Who was always afraid / That some buckeroo would sock her in the poo, / While she lay sleeping in the shade.
[US]N. Mailer Why Are We in Vietnam? (1970) 13: That little blond lady [...] powder on the poo.
[US](con. 1940s) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 6: Rosie’s perfumed and powdered white poo was the great inverted heart of his every Valentine dream.

2. (usu. UK/US juv., also pooh, poo-poo) excrement, an act of defecation; cite 1837 suggest a very early use (though ? misprint for pee) [SE poo! excl. announcing an unpleasant smell or expressing disbelief].

[UK]‘I’d Be a Member Mug’ in Flash Olio in Spedding & Watt (eds) Bawdy Songbooks (2011) III 203: What tho’ you’d tell me a poo-pot is nasty / And often gets broken when emptied.
[UK]B. Bennett ‘The Street of a Thousand Lanterns’ in Billy Bennett’s Third Budget 29: He’d a wife called Who-flung-poo-poo.
[US]W. Winchell On Broadway 17 Sept. [synd. col.] J. Wechsler (the editor of the N.Y. Poo) [etc.].
[NZ]G. Slatter Gun in My Hand 107: Michael does poos in his pants.
[Aus]J. Hibberd Dimboola (2000) 81: I did poo, Mummy.
[US]‘Iceberg Slim’ Airtight Willie and Me 10: A ’ho ain’t worth a thimble of poo-poo.
[Aus]J. Hibberd Memoirs of an Old Bastard 36: I loved your pink chubby little body [...] I even loved your poo.
[UK](con. 1964) P. Theroux My Secret Hist. (1990) 252: Doing wee-wee and poo-poo on the sidewalk.
[UK]K. Lette Mad Cows 56: Worse than the endless poo were the air-to-surface mucus missiles.
[Ire]D. Healy Sudden Times 102: An old lady taking her dog to do his poo poo.
[UK]Guardian Weekend 15 Jan. 27: He addresses a Loony woman, the Minister for Pets and Poo-Poo.
[UK]Indep. 23 Mar. 13: Cats always bury their pooh.
[UK]Guardian Rev. 16 Oct. 27: A paean to poo.
[Aus]S. Maloney Sucked In 219: I wouldn’t call Mike kyriakis deep shit [...] A piece of poo on the footpath, perhaps.
[UK]Guardian.co.uk [headline] Human poo to power homes. Pilot project in Didcot is first in UK to produce domestic gas from sewage.

3. attrib. use of sense 2, pertaining to excrement or defecation.

[SA]P.-D. Uys Part Hate Part Love (1994) 9: I had already taken to flushing the toilet twice [...] just in case the ablutions inspector had a periscope up the poo-poo pipe.
[UK]Guardian Guide 26 June–2 July 98: The plethora of pee, poo and vomit gags.
[UK]Guardian Rev. 21 Apr. 16: If Mr Hanky’s poo-poo jokes make you fall apart, you won’t believe your luck.

4. in fig. use, rubbish, nonsense.

[US](con. 1940s) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 202: ‘We will win this year.’ ‘No way.’ ‘Poo on you.’.
[UK]J. Mowry Six Out Seven (1994) 362: ‘Dog-poo,’ said Lactameon. That was one crazy-ass niggerboy, whether he knew it or not.

In compounds

poo-hammer (n.)

(US black) a male homosexual.

[US]Ebonics Primer at www.dolemite.com [Internet] poo hammer Definition: a faggot Example: Look at those freaky poohammers over there.
pooh-butt (n.) (also poo-butt) [butt n.1 (1a)]

a weakling; a general derog. term.

[US]T.R. Houser Central Sl. 41: pooh butt A sissy [...] ‘I’ll go to jail, man; you ain’t dealin’ with no pooh butt.’.
[US]Tarantino & Avery Pulp Fiction [film script] 55: Don’t you be bringing some fucked up pooh-butt to my house!
[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 172: One [cousin] live in a cardboard box down by the railroad tracks. He’s a poo-butt. We don’t count him.
pooh-chute (n.)

the anus.

Melsec posting to ‘How to defeat gay arguments’ at FreeRepublic.com 14 Dec. [Internet] It’s pretty obvious to me that, whether you’re an evolutionist or a creationist, the pooh chute is not an orifice that is meant for shoving things up and will not produce a reproductive outcome.
poo-hole (n.)

1. the anus.

M. Kendrick Anatomy of a Nightmare 9: Mary [...] went on to say that William puts his finger in the poo hole and Mom puts it in there too.
A. McPherson Sex, The Truth 57: The front [hole] is your pee hole (urethra), the back opening is the poo hole (anus) where your body gets rid of waste faeces (turds, crap).
B. Wagner Memorial 252: Looking the way she looks, probably shaves her bush [and] waxes her poo-hole.

2. (Aus.) an unpleasant place.

[Aus]Tracks (Aus.) Dec. 5: Tassy is weird [...] When you are forced to live in Launceston you do anything to escape this poo-hole, farty-breath of a place [Moore 1993].

3. an unpleasant individual.

D. Gallo View from the Upper Deck 27: He’ll always be a big, stinky poo hole to me!
poopants (adj.)

stupid.

Guestbook on Lethargy Tar-Tare 12 Sept. [Internet] I OWN this Guest book FYI You all are poopants.
poo percolator (n.)

a male homosexual.

[UK]The-House-of-Love.org ‘Gay Men Names’ [Internet] poojabber • poo percolator • poo-puncher • poo-pusher • poo-stabber.
poo pirate (n.)

(Aus.) a male homosexual.

[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 115: This hardly exhausts the terms used to describe homosexuals in Lingo, all of which are unrelievedly pejorative and include, but are not restricted to: [...] poo-pirate; turd-burglar; windjammer; pillow-biter, and fag.
poo-pot (n.)

a chamber-pot.

[UK]‘I’d Be a Member Mug’ in Flash Olio in Spedding & Watt (eds) Bawdy Songbooks (2011) III 203: What tho’ you tell me a poo-pot is nasty, / And often gets broken when emptied .
poo-stabber (n.) (also poo-jabber, poo-jammer, poo-puncher, poo-shooter)

a male homosexual; the active partner in homosexual anal intercourse.

[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 115: This hardly exhausts the terms used to describe homosexuals in Lingo, all of which are unrelievedly pejorative and include, but are not restricted to: [...] poo-jabber; poo-jammer; poo-puncher; poo-pusher; poo-shooter; poo-stabber [...] and fag.
[US]Ebonics Primer at www.dolemite.com [Internet] poo stabber Definition: a homosexual man who likes to ‘drive in the mud’ Example: Dude, I dont care. Even if you are drunk, quit acting like a poo stabber.
[Aus]L. Redhead Cherry Pie [ebook] ‘Patsy’s not so bad, but he’s a poo jabber so I watch out for him’.

In phrases

poos and wees

(N.Z.) a mild phr. expressing disapproval or disgust.

[NZ]McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 161: poos and wees A mild expression of disgust or disapproval, eg ‘That’s the second year in a row Jill’s forgotten my birthday. Well, poos and wees to her too.’.