Green’s Dictionary of Slang

butt n.1

1. concerning the body.

(a) (also butt-end, butties) the buttocks; the posterior; the anus.

[UK]C. Cotton Scoffer Scoff’d (1765) 22 3: Thou kiss the But-end of a Drab. [Ibid.] 277: That fingle wagging at thy Butt.
[UK]Whipping Tom – Brought to Light 1: Turning them up as nimble as an Eel, [he] makes their Butt ends cry Spanko!
[UK]‘Nurse Lovechild’ Tommy Thumb’s Songbook II 34: Piss a Bed, / Piss a Bed, / Barley Butt, / Your Bum is so heavy / You cant get up.
[UK]Last Act in New British Theatre I iii: Master Bumper Butt, the fat publican.
[Ire]S. Lover Legends and Stories 248: The Dutchman has a big but [sic] / Full of gin.
[US]Waynesburg Republican (PA) 15 July 4/4: Well, you’d dam swoon foun the fac out if you’ cut up any shines round here, huggin wimmin, ore cussin [...] or talkin sassy to the conductor, or sich. Why I’d a chuck’d you butt foremos’ thru that winder.
[US]W.H. Thomes Slaver’s Adventures 58: When it does arrive it will come butt end foremost, like a nigger in a fight.
[US]M. Bodenheim Georgie May 77: Slap her butties.
[US]R. Fisher Walls Of Jericho 6: There now – shake that one off yo’ butt!
[Ire]‘Flann O’Brien’ At Swim-Two-Birds 159: All things were then put in order [...] the fire was tended with black peats, and fine crocks were settled with their butts in the air.
[US]N. Algren Man with the Golden Arm 37: I got more brains in my butt than your whole scrumblebug family.
[US](con. 1950) E. Frankel Band of Brothers 334: You tell that replacement to keep his butt down and his eyes open.
[US]M. Braly Shake Him Till He Rattles (1964) 17: He remembered her boy’s butt and thin legs.
[Can]J. Mandelkau Buttons 89: She gave a startled yell and ended up on her butt in the middle of the highway.
[US]C. Hiaasen Tourist Season (1987) 375: He patted her on the butt.
[US]Hollywood Reporter 1-7 June 11: I’ve been begging for a bare butt scene.
[UK]Indep. Rev. 2 May 7: The chances of Ken failing to park his salamandrine butt on the dubious mayoral throne are so slim.
[US]Week (US) 27 Apr. 8: Does Jason pick on me about my big fat butt?
[US](con. 1990s) in J. Miller One of the Guys 139: ‘The other one put his stuff in her butt’.
[Aus]L. Redhead Rubdown [ebook] Fifteen Minute Butt Buster Class — The Fastest Way to Tone Your Butt.
[SA]IOL News (SA) 9 June 🌐 Yo-landi yanks down her pants slightly and flashes her butt.
[UK]A. Wheatle Crongton Knights 13: Get your butt into your bed.
[US]N. Walker Cherry 25: This weird guy [...] said i should pop the ecsasy in my butt’.

(b) the vagina; by meton., females, sexual intercourse.

[Scot]Robertson of Struan ‘Marriage Song’ in Poems (1752) 96: Push on, push on, ye happy Pair! [...] Till one complains a ruin’d Butt, / And t’other points a pithless Arrow.
[US]Current Sl. IV:2 butt. a female.
[Scot]I. Welsh Filth 182: ‘But . . .’ ‘The only butts that come intae it are the ones we’ll be fuckin doon that red-light district.’.
[UK]L. Theroux Call of the Weird (2006) 44: I actually had my butt torn.
[US]‘Grandmaster Flash’ Adventures 46: Girls and parties weren’t as interesting as my electronics [...] while [my friends] were out chasing butt and smoking weed, I was in search of something.

(c) generic for one’s body, oneself.

[US]G. Bronson-Howard Enemy to Society 253: For the first few seconds of Van Tromp’s presence in the room, Axtell was too amazed to burst into the violent tirade he had been bottling up until his butt should enter.
[US]Kerouac On The Road (1972) 128: They were going to stick and I was going to be left alone on my butt.
[US]C. Cooper Jr ‘Yet Princes Follow’ in Black! (1996) 237: I got a good mind to clear right out and leave your silly butt!
[US]E. Shepard Doom Pussy 162: They’ve upped the ante on you and Smash. The VC’s price on your butts is now a hundred thousand p’s apiece.
[US]A. Maupin Tales of the City (1984) 29: Tell Beauchamp to hustle his butt up here on the double.
[US]C. Hiaasen Skin Tight 76: Then he slugs me in the stomach and tells me to get my butt out of the boat.
[UK]J. Mowry Way Past Cool 50: Now get your butt off to school.
[US]F. Kellerman Stalker (2001) 31: You really think her mother’s gonna watch your kids after you’ve slammed her daughter’s butt in jail?
[UK]Observer Screen 26 Mar. 11: Shut up and move yo butt!
[UK]L. Theroux Call of the Weird (2006) 121: Okay, hon, follow my butt.
[UK]A. Wheatle Crongton Knights 132: ‘He ain’t gonna show his butt on the road!’.

2. in fig./ext. uses.

(a) (also but) a cigarette or cigar end.

[UK]R.F. Walond Paddiana I 235: Will yer honor give me the butt?
[US]Night Side of N.Y. 121: He had just rescued a ‘butt’ from a watery grave in the gutter. ‘Jeminy! don’t chaps about town smoke ’em awful short now’days!’.
[UK]Bristol Magpie 20 July 18/1: [S]moking a ‘butt’ which he had just picked up.
[UK]Mirror of Life 25 Aug. 2/4: Weary Watkins: Dat’s a mighty shoort but you are smokin’’.
[UK]Binstead & Wells Pink ’Un and Pelican 276: ‘The Captain’ threw away the butt of his cigarette before he entered upon the final shuffle.
[Aus]Sun. Times (Perth) 13 Mar. 5/2: Running down the boy butt-smoker and tracking the Sunday snifter to its lair.
[US]A.H. Lewis Confessions of a Detective 197: [He] gracefully puffed at a cigar-butt.
[Aus]Sport (Adelaide) 3 Aug. 14/1: They Say [...] That Dags is saving cigar buts [sic] (all shapes and sizes thankfully received).
[US]T.A. Dorgan Indoor Sports 29 Mar. [synd. cartoon] Indoor Sports. Getting an earfull of chatter from the fire inspectors — while the gang is tipped off to douse the butts and pipes.
[US]H. Simon ‘Prison Dict.’ in AS VIII:3 (1933) 25/1: CAPTAIN’S BUTTS. Butt one-third to half the length of a cigaret. [...] The next size shorter was shavetail’s butts. Then there were sergeant’s and corporal’s butts and finally private’s butts, which last had been passed around until it was so small you had to stick a pin or toothpick through it to hold it up to your lips.
[US]E.E. Cummings Enormous Room (1928) 158: The poise has a cigarette in its hand, which cigarette it has just pausingly rolled from material furnished by a number of carefully saved butts (whereof Afrique’s pockets are invariably full).
[US](con. 1840s) H. Asbury Gangs of N.Y. 33: Syksey, who is said to have coined the phrase ‘hold de butt,’ an impressive plea for the remains of a dead cigar.
[US]C.R. Shaw Jack-Roller 52: We gathered cigarette ‘buttses’ along the street and took them to a shed, where we smoked.
[UK]J. Maclaren-Ross Swag, the Spy and the Soldier in Lehmann Penguin New Writing No. 26 31: He snapped away the butt of his cigarette and spat back over his shoulder.
[US]J. Jones From Here to Eternity (1998) 153: ‘Hey,’ Maggio said. ‘The butt. The butt. Don’t throw it away, you capitalist.’ He scrambled up and picked it up from under the commode, inhaling the smoke luxuriously.
[Aus]P. Pinney Restless Men 68: Specs brooded as he scissored his butts [and] rolled himself a smoke.
[Can]R. Caron Go-Boy! 137: A butt wouldn’t finish rolling on the ground before it was scooped up and hoarded by some nicotine fiend.
[US]J. Ellroy Brown’s Requiem 168: The concrete floor was littered with trash, cigarette butts, and empty beer cans.
[UK]A-Team Storybook 17: He manoeuvered a cigar butt to his lips.
[UK]N. Cohn Yes We have No 227: Signtist [...] cleans up the cigarette butts in the park.
[US]W. Shaw Westsiders 320: Stuck to a Formica shelf, just above a mass of old blunt butts, are two pictures.
[US]J. Clifford ‘Occupy Opportunity’ in C. Rhatigan and N. Bird (eds) Pulp Ink 2 [ebook] Half a dozen empties with butts floating in the dregs.
[Aus]C. Hammer Silver [ebook] Scotty and Jasper, smoking cigarettes and drinking, flicking butts with practised nonchalance.

(b) a cigarette or cigar.

[US] in Our Naval Apprentice Apr. 15: Why, you could light a ‘butt’ between each stroke .
[US]C. Connors Bowery Life [ebook] [I] ’ got t’rowin’ booze inter me sistem an’ smokin’ dem Hennery Clay butts.
[US] in A. Cornebise Amaroc News (1981) 11 Mar. 27: A Turkish fag for breakfast, an Egyptian butt for lunch.
[US]Dos Passos Three Soldiers 14: The corporal likes fancy ciggies and so does the sergeant; you jus’ slip ’em each a butt now and then. May help ye to get in right with ’em.
[US]A.E. Duckett ‘Truckin ’round Brooklyn’ in N.Y. Age 13 Mar. 7/1: The very muttiest of mutts...Is he who declares ‘gonna cut down on butts’.
[US]J.H. O’Hara Pal Joey 21: I lit a butt and smoked it calmly.
[US]N. Algren Man with the Golden Arm 214: I know a fool who’ll give a pack of butts for a sack of that stuff.
[US]‘Ed Lacy’ Best that Ever Did It (1957) 40: Throw me that pack of butts on the dresser.
[US]C. Himes Real Cool Killers (1969) 49: ‘Give me a butt.’ Choo-Choo fished two Camels from a squashed package.
[US]M. Rumaker Exit 3 and Other Stories 139: Whyn’a hell don’t you smoke an American butt?
[US]‘Iceberg Slim’ Pimp 254: I gave a cell-house orderly two packs of butts.
[US]G.V. Higgins Digger’s Game (1981) 39: I quit smoking [...] I got off the butts.
[US]Philadelphia Inquirer (PA) Personality 24 May 3/1: He’s got a pack of butts in his pocket.
[UK]J. Mowry Way Past Cool 31: Other kids just figured he rode beside Deek all day and smoked butt.
[US]G.V. Higgins Change of Gravity [ebook] Two more new fresh decks of butts. Something to look forward to.
[US]J. Lethem Fortress of Solitude 430: Dang, take the butts, but that’s my drawing shit.

(c) (US milit.) in fig. use of sense 2a above, a short time.

[US]C. M’Govern ‘Soldier Sl.’ in Sarjint Larry an’ Frinds n.p.: butt:—A short time; ‘Two months and a butt’ means two whole months and a part of another month remaining on one’s enlistment.

(d) (US prison/Und.) the final portion of one’s sentence.

[US]H. Simon ‘Prison Dict.’ in AS VIII:3 (1933) 24/2: BUTT. Fraction of a month or a week; as when a prisoner had a month and a butt or six weeks and a butt still to serve.
Times Despatch (Richmond, VA) 17 Oct. 7/7: Butt — Part of a month still left to serve .
[US]Monteleone Criminal Sl. (rev. edn).
[US]Goldin et al. DAUL 38/1: Butt. (Central and Western states) A fractional part of a month or week which still remains to be served in prison. ‘Man, I’m going whacky (crazy) finishing up this butt.’.
[US]Wentworth & Flexner DAS.
[US]M. Braly False Starts 199: ‘Four days and a butt.’ The butt is your last morning.
[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 18: Butt The final portion of an inmate’s prison sentence.

(e) (US) the remaining amount of time of one’s enlistment in the armed forces.

[US]‘Bill O. Lading’ You Chirped a Chinful!! n.p.: Butt: Balance of enlistment.

3. (US, also but) a fool, an unpleasant person.

[UK]‘A. Burton’ My Cousin in the Army 93: Well, Johnny, this eventful night Hath left thee in a woeful plight; Fleec’d of thy cash, drunk, drench’d with rain, A butt for folly’s idle train!
[UK]C. Reade Griffith Gaunt I 242: The poor butt made an ass of himself.
[UK]Hay & Green ‘Weights and Measures’ 🎵 I’ve got this in my brain compactly, / A rod makes just one perch, let’s see, / If two jacks makes a gill exactly, / No one should make a butt of me!
[UK]Henley & Stevenson Deacon Brodie II tab.IV v: He was my butt, my ape, my jumping-jack.
[UK]‘Doss Chiderdoss’ ‘First in the Field’ Sporting Times 29 Feb. 1/3: The poor but said, ‘I can prove I’ve not my country’s laws defied’.
[US]Eve. Star (Baltimore, MD) 8 May 1/2: They’ve got a notion making a butt of some innocent party and hurting his feelings is being clever.
[US]I. Shulman Cry Tough! 12: Kitty had given Crazy a fast deal. That was why she had to pay off, and it served her right for having made Crazy a butt and a fool.
[UK]G. Kersh Fowlers End (2001) 48: The least popular boy—the creep, the drip, the butt, the one who is most avoided—is the most fearful of you all.
[US]T. Berger Who is Teddy Villanova? 181: Never have I been such a butt.
E. Shrake ‘How to Live Forever’ in Davis Permanent Wave 319: ‘[Y]our other pals at the club say you have turned into a total butt. You act like you’re too good to play golf with them any more’.

4. a marijuana cigarette.

[US]M. Rubin ‘Gold Ring’ in Margulies Back Alley Jungle (1963) 94: Most of the kids just talked about marijuana. [...] We bought two butts each.

In derivatives

butt-hurt (adj.)

badly disappointed, very upset; the underlying image being sodomised.

Usenet: alt.graffiti 12 Nov. 🌐 ‘Oh my. dont get so butthurt…i cant even remember what i wrote’.
[US]M. Titus Don’t Put Me In, Coach n.p.: He doesn't show bias against a team that he's been butt-hurt over for the last 30 years,.
Reddit n.d. 🌐 Love it whjen the Internet is butthurt.
[US]Eble UNC-CH Campus Sl. Spring 2014 2: BUTTHURT — strong negative emotion resulting from shame, insult, defeat: ‘State fans are still butthurt from the February loss at home’.
[UK]Guardian CiF 10 Dec. 🌐 The elite’s little tame mediocracy, all butt-hurt at the bloke who ripped up their shallow Euro-affectations.
[US]Courier-Jrnl (Louisville, KY) 18 Dec. H1/1: Trump is President / The butt hurt are protesting / Grow up and move on.
Twitter 30 Aug. 🌐 Russian tourists are butthurt over the "unfriendly" reception they got with their Z bumper stickers in Kazakhstan.

Pertaining to the body or buttocks

In compounds

butt-bang (v.)

see separate entry.

butt boy (n.) [it is possible, despire absence of proof, that use of sense 2 preceded sense 1] (US)

1. a weakling, a subservient figure; a servant.

[US](con. c.1930) G. Sothern Georgia 284: Let little Eddie, the butt boy, shake him out of it. That way he’d see that his boss had spent the night on the sofa and not in my bed.
[US](con. 1970s) G. Pelecanos King Suckerman (1998) 117: For what? To be some brown motherfucker’s butt-boy again?
[US]N. Green Angel of Montague Street (2004) 256: You come out on top, I’ll be your fucking butt boy.
[US]C. Eble (ed.) UNC-CH Campus Sl. Spring 2014 Fall 2: BUTTBOY — obsequious graduate student assistant: ‘My TA is such a butt-boy. He’s always running to get coffee for the professor’.

2. a homosexual male .

[US]‘Jennifer Blowdryer’ Modern English 74: homosexual men (n): Butt Boys, Turd Burglars, Toolers, Fudgepackers.
[US]P. Munro Sl. U. 🌐 These buttboys are cowards that’s why their [sic] here, if they really were about the busy of conteracting [sic] us they wouldn’t be here, just bumping their gums.

3. a stupid, inept youth.

[US]P. Munro Sl. U. 51: buttboy [...] 2. a male jerk.

4. with inference of sense 1, a friend.

N. Knight ‘Not Even a Mouse’ in ThugLit Nov.-Dec. [ebook] ‘Where’s your butt-boy’.
butt breath (n.) [lit. one whose breath smells like faeces]

(US) a general term of abuse.

[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 25: You’ve been soliciting for prostitution [...] buttbreaths.
[US]Mad mag. Sept. 17: Listen up, butt breath!
butt buddy (n.) [buddy n. (2)]

a very close friend.

Julie on Ball State University 🌐 Mellissa: My Purdue buddy! College is so much fun isn’t it? Just think happy thoughts, Bahamas, gambling, drinking (pop of course). Andy: My IU buddy! When are we going to go gambling again? Helen: My butt buddy!! Thanks for always letting me tag along and listening when I need someone to talk to.
[US]T. Fontana ‘Medium Rare’ Oz ser. 4 ep. 9 [TV script] So you and keller are butt-buddies now? Let me see, when did that happen?
buttcall (n.)

(US) an inadvertent phonecall made when carrying the phone in a back pocket, and accidentally pressing buttons by sitting down or movement.

[US]Tennessean 14 June 🌐 About 55% of calls these days to Nashville’s 911 center are made on cell phones. [...] Often, calls are inadvertent, such as when people sit on their cell phones — known in the business as ‘butt calls’ .
[US]Eble UNC-CH Campus Sl. 2011.
butt cheese (n.)

(US campus) anything, or anybody, undesirable, displeasing.

[US]Eble Campus Sl. Mar. 2: butt cheese – something ugly, unattractive: ‘Sarah’s date looked like butt cheese.’ ‘My hair looks like butt cheese.’.
butt-chuckler (n.) [pun on SE chuck, to toss]

a masturbator; thus a general term of abusive address.

B. Sharp posting 4 Jun. on Spirit Forum of 🌐 You’re a butt chuckler, that’s what you are!!
butt dial (n.)

the accidental dialling of a speed-dial listed phone number when one's cell/mobile is in a back pocket and one sits.

[US]T. Swerdlow Straight Dope [ebook] — Something tells me this is a butt dial?
buttface (n.)

(US) a general term of contempt with the implication of unattractiveness; thus buttfaced adj., unattractive.

W. Crawford Gunship Commander 78: I’d say it was the buttfaced assistant flight surgeon [HDAS].
[US](con. c.1970) S. Coonts Flight of the Intruder 76: Did you hit the goddam waveoff lights, buttface?
[Aus]T. Winton Lockie Leonard, Legend (1998) 47: He was a prat. [...] His mum was having some kind of a meltdown and he was stamping his foot like a complete buttface.
[US]Michael’s Wav Files of the Week 🌐 Male Voice saying ‘Listen Buttface! I’m in NO mood to deal with an Idiot like YOU!’.

see separate entries.

butt-girl (n.) [? fig. use of sense 1a, i.e. she has a menial status, or SE butt, a target (of derision]

(US) a woman used to run errands, e.g. for a fashion photographer.

[US]National Lampoon Mar. 7: Her number-one butt-girl, Frankie, [...] travels everywhere with her and runs out for more makeup or eyelashes [HDAS].
butt-grabbing (adj.)

(US) good, exciting.

[US]J. Conaway Big Easy 29: We’re gonna have ourselves a butt-grabbin’ good time.
butthead (n.) (also buttbrain) [-head sfx (1); a term hugely popularized since the early 1990s in MTV’s semi-animated series Beavis and Butthead]

(US) a stupid or obnoxious person; thus buttheaded adj.

[US]L.W. Payne Jr ‘Word-List From East Alabama’ in DN III:iv 295: butt-headed, adj. [...] 2. Headstrong, obstinate, bull-headed. ‘He’s as butt-headed as an ole mule.’.
[US]M.G. Hayden ‘Terms Of Disparagement’ in DN IV:iii 218: buttheaded, obstinate.
[US]Z.N. Hurston Their Eyes Were Watching God (1998) 149: She’ll die butt-headed.
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Oct. 11: zipperhead – person who parts his hair down the middle of his head, an out-of-style haircut. Also butthead, smack-dab.
[UK]K. Lette Llama Parlour 172: I wancha to know, right [...] that I ain’t no butt-head, got it?
[US]P. Earley Hot House 181: ‘[T]he guys in high school who everyone picked on—you know, the buttheads who got a jock put on their head in gym class’.
[Aus]Sydney Morn. Herald 26 Mar. 63/2: ‘Oh no,’ says Carolynn, [...] ‘they’re going to sing again.’ ‘Dumb butt heads,’ adds Stephen.
[Aus]T. Winton Lockie Leonard, Legend (1998) 115: I was just so ashamed of myself [...] I was an absolute buttbrain.
[UK]Guardian Rev. 28 Jan. 23: Most of his characters are buttheaded fools.
butthole (n.) (US)

1. the anus.

[US]Z.N. Hurston Dust Tracks On a Road (1995) 694: Dat white man come messing with me and I’ll cut him a brand new butt-hole.
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 206: She was short and underslung; / He missed her cunt and hit her bung. / And planted the seed of many a son / In the butthole of Kathusalem.
[US](con. 1945) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 402: Her head dipping [...] to lick him between the legs, run the tip of her tongue around and into his butthole.
[US]J. Ellroy Blood on the Moon 196: ‘I don’t take it up the ass, I give it up the ass. I been rippin’ off butthole since high school’.
[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 31: Batteryoperated Autosuckers trimmed with Gen-U-Pube nylon hair like Astroturf, Pocket-Pal Buttholes and heroic dildoes of every color and configuration.
[US]C. Hiaasen Nature Girl 159: How ’bout a load of bird shot up your butthole instead?
[US]L. Berney Gutshot Straight [ebook] [Y]ou so much as raised your voice, they’d have lawyers crawling up your butthole.
[US]T. Robinson ‘Dirty Laundry’ in Dirty Words [ebook] ‘You know she lived with that butthole Nathan?’.

2. a term of contempt.

[US](con. 1940s) H. Simmons Man Walking On Eggshells 120: Pay attention you little butt hole.
[US]P. Conroy Great Santini (1977) 504: Did you look it up butthole?
[US]T.R. Houser Central Sl. 48: Butt-hole don’t know what he’s doin’, hasn’t been around since breakfast.
[US]T. Dorsey Florida Roadkill 127: You buttholes were gonna stiff me!
[US]F.X. Toole Pound for Pound 70: Shameless faggot butt-hole!
T. Pluck ‘Hula Hula Boys’ in What Pluckery Is This? (28 Jan 2024) 🌐 [S]he wasn’t gonna serve rich buttholes mai tais and pu-pu platters while they grabbed her ass.

3. anal intercourse; one who is susceptible to it.

[US]J. Ellroy Suicide Hill 231: [H]e assaulted two prisoners who spoke jokingly of Joe as ‘prime butthole’.
[US]‘Master Pimp’ Pimp’s Rap 16: Want some head, butthole or maybe around the world?
[US]J. Ellroy ‘Hollywood Fuck Pad’ in Destination: Morgue! (2004) 227: The killer wants butthole [...] They’re pouring the pork.
butthook (n.) [? play on SE buttock]

(US) a lout.

B. Hathaway World of Hurt 186: You two butt-hooks make NCO? [HDAS].
B. Church at ThoughtCafe 🌐 I remember thinking, ‘Hey… this is great! I get to beat the hell out of that butthook, Gary Bishop, and not get kicked out of school!’.

see separate entries.


see separate entries.

buttload (n.) [fig. use of sense 1a/butt adv. + SE load; but note obs. SE buttload,126 gallons of wine (half a tun) as used by wine shippers]

(US campus) a large quantity, often in pl.

[US]Eble Campus Sl. Oct.
[US]Hope College ‘Dict. of New Terms’ 🌐 butt-load adj. A lot, a bunch of, a pile of (work, supplies, information, etc.).
[US]Democrat & Chron. (Rochester, NY) 22 Apr. 20/6: ‘I also want to do a movie where I shoot a buttload of people’.
[US]S.M. Jones Lives Laid Away [ebook] ‘You have any idea how many of these whack-job groups there are in Michigan?’ [...] ‘Somewhere north of a buttload’.
buttmunch (n.)

a fool; thus adj. butt-munching ; note mis-defined as a v. in cit. 2001.

[US]Da Bomb 🌐 5: Buttmunch: A dumb person.
OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. 🌐 butt munch v. (1) friendly ‘insult’. ‘Hoi – butt munch, come here!’ (2) As a derogatory remark towards someone you are angry or perturbed with.
Twitter 27 Jan. 🌐 Don’t pooh-pooh the abyss, buttmunch.
Twitter 14 Jan. 🌐 It shouldn't be up to a bunch of butt munching old men what I or women do w/ their bodies.
[US]S.A. Crosby Blacktop Wasteland 196: ‘Jesus H. Christ, butt munch, put the gun down’.
buttpack (n.) [var. on bum bag under bum n.1 ]

(US) a small pouch-like bag strapped around the wearer’s waist.

[US](con. 1967) Bunch & Cole Reckoning for Kings (1989) 184: Blind Pig reached behind and pulled something from the top of his asspack. He handed Casey’s Thorpe bowie knife to Mosby, who [...] shoved the knife into his buttpack.
[US](con. 1960s) C.J. Anderson Grunts: US Infantry in Vietnam 7: One of the first things that a grunt would do would be to discard the ‘butt’ pack [...] in favor of the lightweight rucksack.
[US]P. Cornwell Last Precinct 284: No butt pack.
butt peddlar (n.)

(US) anyone who sells their body as a prostitute, male or female.

[US]Monteleone Criminal Sl. (rev. edn) 40: butt peddlar A pimp; a prostitute.
butt pirate (n.)

(US) a homosexual male.

[US]P. Munro Sl. U. 51: West Hollywood is full of butt pirates.
[US]T. Fontana ‘Cruel and Unusual Punishments’ Oz ser. 3 ep. 6 [TV script] One of the Teletubbies is gay [...] He’s a butt pirate.
OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. 🌐 Butt Pirate n. A homosexual.
butt plug (n.) (orig. US)

a small dildo, usu. rubber, inserted in the anus during sexual games.

[US]H. Max Gay (S)language 6: Buttplug—artificial penis.
[US]S. Morgan Homeboy 33: A brutal lowtech buttplug (this one with wire bristles like a bottle cleaner).
M.E. Dassad ‘Chickenhawk’ at 🌐 I retrieved a large butt-plug from the bag in the other room, and turning the water to a very low trickle, I inserted the nozzle into her ass.
butt plunger (n.)

1. (US) a man who inserts a dildo into his own anus then walks around naked while a prostitute looks on; thus a general insult.

[US] cited in Oui Aug.
Desdemona at 🌐 Harry was a major butt-plunger. He mostly wanted Cherry to insert a dildo in his ass, and then he paraded around the room while she watched. He strutted like a peacock, and she told him how sexy he was and how hot it made her.
posting at 31 Dec. 🌐 Shut the fuck up, faggot. Your comment about the newsworthyness of this is about as insightful as the obvious fact that you are a cum-guzzling butt plunger.

2. (US gay) the penis.

[US]gymhunk ‘Black and White’ 🌐 Dave lubed up Trevor’s grasping hole and pushed. Trevor gasped with pleasure, then pushed hard into me. I milked him and backed deeper on to his throbbing butt plunger.
butt-puckered (adj.) [sense 1a + SE pucker; the supposed need to tighten the anus in the face of involuntary, fear-generated defecation]

(US) scared.

[US]T. Thackrey Thief 290: But I was one butt-puckered bastard, believe it!
butt pussy (n.) [pussy n. (1)]

(US) the anus, usu. in a male homosexual context.

[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 61: Butt Pussy The anus.
[US]Verbatim Spring XXII:2 8: In prison slang, a butt pussy is an anus.
butt slut (n.) (orig. US)

1. a homosexual male, usu. taking a passive role.

[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 58: Butt slut A homosexual who takes the passive role. 🌐 He needs more gay butt slut sex men on the net gay butt slut lists. He wanted sex gay butt lovers gay butt slut and sex black big cocks. He needs more gay butt slut sex fist fucking all night long.

2. a woman who prefers anal to vaginal intercourse.

Suzanne at 🌐 Besides being a Horny Butt Slut and Cocksucker, I can also get very Kinky. 🌐 Young Ass has no shame. Butt Slut — there’s nothing like a barely legal teen getting it in the ass for the first time.
butt-sprung (adj.)

(US black) of a garment, ill-fitting, esp. around the buttocks.

[US]Z.N. Hurston ‘Story in Harlem Sl.’ in Novels and Stories (1995) 1008: Butt sprung: a suit or a skirt out of shape in the rear.
butt-suck (v.)

(US) to toady.

[US]TULIPQ (coll. B.K. Dumas) n.p.: Trying to impress a professor, maybe to get a better grade: butt-suck [HDAS].
butt wad (n.)

(US) lavatory paper.

[US]B. Hamper Rivethead (1992) 30: Just to make sure that my application hadn’t been [...] used for butt-wad, I called the Personnel office every Monday morning.
buttwhipped (adj.) [fig. use of buttwhip ]


[UK]Indep. 21 July 3: Just to say you were drunk is enough [...] if someone told them they had been ‘buttwhipped’ they would not know what to think.
butt wipe (n.) (US)

1. lavatory paper.

[US]Dahlskog Dict. Contemp. and Colloq. Usage.

2. a term of abuse.

[US]D. Jenkins Rude Behavior 57: ‘[T]he bureaucrats. All those gubmint buttwipes you can’t kill but have to get along with’.
[US]J. Lerner You Got Nothing Coming 41: Among my male peers in the company, we routinely referred to each other as ‘glorified clerks,’ except when we got really honest and called each other ‘gofers,’ ‘ass-kissers,’ ‘butt-wipes,’ and ‘dick-lickers’.

Other uses

In compounds

buttlegger (n.)

a trafficker in cigarettes on which required tax has not been paid.

[US](con. mid-1960s) J. Lardner Crusader 291: Jerry was an old-fashioned buttlegger who made a living driving carloads of cigarettes from the town of Rocky Mount, North Carolina, to various used-car lots in Brooklyn.
butt-stabber (n.)

(Aus.) a picker-up of cigar or cigarette ends.

[Aus]Sport (Adelaide) 17 Aug. 14/3: They Say [...] That Smiler H., the ‘but-stabber,’ is doing good biz.

In phrases

big butt (n.)

(US) an important person.

News Jrnl (Wilmington, DE) 3 Nov. 43/1: Waterfield’s scintillating performances [...] have made him the ‘big butt’ of the Rams’ attack.
[US]F.C. Brown North Carolina Folklore 1 520: Big-butt [...] An aristocrat, a ‘bigwig,’ ‘bigbug’.
bust one’s butt (v.)

(US) to be overcome (to the point of fig. self-harm) by hilarity.

[US]D. Jenkins Semi-Tough 109: Me and Shake have bust our butts laughing at some of Big Ed’s serious ideas .
get more butt than ashtrays (v.) [pun on senses 1b and 2a above]

(US black) of a man, to lead an active sexual life, to have sexual prowess.

B. Larkins ‘Please stop rockin’ Hip Pop’ Xavier Herald 77:9 7 Mar. 🌐 He was the man who got more butt than ashtrays, whose mind was a nine, whose pen was a Mack 10, and whose target was all of them whack n——s who started rappin’.
give (someone) butt (v.)

(US black) to accede to sexual intercourse.

[US]B. Coleman Check the Technique 344: That was the first song I ever wrote [...] I was trying to find a girl I could sing it to, and maybe if I did she'd give me some butt.
kick someone’s butt (v.)

1. (orig. US) lit. or fig., to give someone a beating, to defeat someone.

H. Ellson Rock 89: You can kick my butt twice around the block with my permission.
[US]W.D. Myers Outside Shot 78: His boss kicks his butt, his telephone bills kick his butt, everything kicks his butt.
[UK]Observer Mag. 4 Jan. 20: You wanna watch the Lakers kick the Celtics’ butts!

2. (US black) to impress, to overwhelm.

[US]H.E. Roberts Third Ear n.p.: kick one’s butt v. 1. to impress favorably; e.g. That house is so fine it will kick your butt.

3. (US black) to defeat intellectually.

[US]H.E. Roberts Third Ear n.p.: kick one’s butt v. […] 2. to floor or baffle; e.g. That test sure kicked my butt.
lay butso (v.)

(US und.) to act as a lookout [one stays behind the working gang members].

Goldin et al. DAUL 112/2: Lay butso. To stand watch and be ready to warn accomplices of danger.
[US]B. Appel Tough Guy [ebook] ‘Joey, you lay Butso—’ To lay Butso meant to watch out for a cop, for danger.
lick some(one’s) butt (v.)

to act as a sycophant towards.

[UK]G. Malkani Londonstani (2007) 125: Sound to me you jus want us to start lickin some butt.
— one’s butt off (adv.)

with a v., to do something to an extreme extent.

[US]E. Hunter ‘See Him Die’ in Jungle Kids (1967) 103: He could cry his butt off, and we wouldn’t give him so much as a stick of M.
[US]L. Rodríguez Always Running (1996) 149: We ran our butts off around a large track.
[US]C. Hiaasen Nature Girl 278: The rest of the country’s freezin’ their butts off.
on someone’s butt

harrassing, persecuting.

[UK]Observer Rev. 30 May 9: Tonight I’ll be on their butt even more.
tear someone’s butt (v.)

(US) to punish severely.

[UK]P. Baker Blood Posse 6: This where you been all day, huh? Mama gonna tear your butt.
up someone’s butt

(US) immediately behind and therefore irritating, bothering; thus get up someone’s butt, to annoy.

Online Sl. Dict. 🌐 up (one’s) butt adj 1. obsessed with another person. (‘She’s totally up his butt.’).
[US]J. Fenton We Own This City 159: ‘I got up his butt for you tonight’.
up the butt (adv.) (also out the butt)

(orig. US) to an excess, to the extreme.

[US]Eble Campus Sl. Fall 6: out the ass – in large quantities: I have mid-terms out the ass this week. Also up the shit, out the butt, up the bazooka.
[US]P. Munro Sl. U. 199: I’ve got homework up the butt.
[US]Eble Sl. and Sociability 51: Buttloads and up the butt mean ‘in great quantity; as in ‘I have buttloads of homework this weekend’ or ‘I have homework up the butt this weekend’.
Online Sl. Dict. 🌐 up the butt 1. a phrase indicating an excessive amount. (‘I’ve got cash up the butt!’).
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Apr. Nov. 8 out the butt – in an extreme amount or manner.
whip someone’s butt (v.)

to overhelm, to beat severely; to impose one’s superiority.

[US]W.D. Myers Mouse Rap 33: So I’m playing and I’m playing serious. We are definitely whipping some butt.
[UK]Independent 5 Oct. 7/1: He even ignored a blogged plea [...] to whip Obama’s skinny butt and save the world.
your narrow butt (n.)

(US black) one's self; used derog. to belittle the individual thus associated.

[US]B. Porter Colorstruck 170: ‘Now haul your narrow butt up to the top of the barn . When I give the signal , hit the target!’.
W.D. Myers Darnell Rock Reporting 85: ‘Read about your little narrow butt in the paper [...] Think you a big deal, huh?’.
[US]E.D. Arrington Stay the Course : Being that I don't [trust you], your narrow butt is on its way back to Boston right now.
[US]C. Hickey Still Playa Son, if you don't pick that dam chair back up and sit your narrow butt down, I'm gonna' take my belt off and whipp you .

In exclamations

butts on (you)!

1. (US) a cry that calls for the right to smoke the last few puffs of another smoker’s cigarette; also in ext. use.

[US]H. Simon ‘Prison Dict.’ in AS VIII:3 (1933) 25/1: BUTTS. [...] 2. Next turn on or share of something desired; as in the request, Hey, butts on dat noospaper.
[US] ‘Smokers’ Sl.’ in AS XV:3 Oct. 336/1: When a person asks for the privilege of finishing a partly-smoked cigarette that you are about to throw away, he may ask you for butts on that one.
[US]L. Uris Battle Cry (1964) 136: Butts on that cigarette.
[Ire](con. 1930s–50s) E. Mac Thomáis Janey Mack, Me Shirt is Black 94: Butts on ya a Mack?

2. (Irish) a cry to claim someone’s apple core.

[Ire]E. Brady All in! All in! 22: Saying to someone eating an apple Butts on you! instead of [...] Leave me the butt of the apple you’re eating.
[Ire]P. O’Keeffe Down Cobbled Streets, A Liberties Childhood 122: ‘Butts on ye!’ he yelled and he swiped the apple from Betty’s hand.
my butt! (also my aunt Lizzy’s butt!)

a general excl. of disdain, dismissal, arrogant contempt.

[US]H. McCoy Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye in Four Novels (1983) 105: He was yellow [...] Mad-dog killer, my butt . .
[US]L. Uris Battle Cry (1964) 279: Fair lady, my Aunt Lizzy’s butt.
[US]C. Cooper Jr Scene (1996) 98: ‘You wanna hurt me by talkin too much?’ ‘Hurt my butt!’ Bertha said.
your butt!

a general excl. of disdain, dismissal, arrogant contempt.

[US]A. Anderson ‘Schooldays in North Carolina’ in Lover Man 118: ‘Suppose the chick jumps salty?’ ‘So what?’ ‘“So what” your black butt.’.