doxy

  • 1 Doxy — bezeichnet: eine Komposition von Sonny Rollins, siehe Doxy (Jazzstandard) Wesen, die im Buch „Harry Potter und der Orden des Phönix“ vorkommen, siehe Doxys einen Slangausdruck, der übersetzt so viel wie „Schlampe“ bedeutet. Handelsnamen des… …

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  • 2 Doxy — Dox y, n.; pl. {Doxies}. [See {Duck} a pet.] A loose wench; a disreputable sweetheart. Shak. [1913 Webster] || …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 doxy — index dogma Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 doxy — (n.) rogue s girlfriend, 1520s, slang, of unknown origin (Cf. DELL (Cf. dell) (2)). Liberman says it is probably from Low German dokke doll, with the deterioration of meaning from sweetheart and wench to whore …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5 doxy — [däk′sē] n. pl. doxies [< ? obs. docke, rump, or archaic Du docke, doll] [Old Slang] a woman of low morals; specif., a prostitute …

    English World dictionary

  • 6 doxy — caco·doxy; het·er·o·doxy; io·doxy·benzene; or·tho·doxy; par·a·doxy; pseu·do·doxy; doxy; …

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  • 7 Doxy — Créatures fantastiques dans l’univers de Harry Potter Dans l univers de Harry Potter créé par J. K. Rowling, de nombreuses créatures fantastiques font leur apparition. Sommaire 1 Acromantula 2 Abraxans 3 Basilic 4 …

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  • 8 Doxy — Dox comes from the Greek, doxa, and means thought or teaching. Hence orthodoxy, which means right teaching. It may also refer to Doxy (song), a jazz standard by Sonny Rollins Doxy, a magical creature in the fictional Harry Potter universe… …

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  • 9 doxy — [“daksi] n. a gangster’s woman. (Underworld. Old.) D Lefty’s doxy dropped off this package. It’s ticking. □ Does Frank have a doxy? …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 10 doxy — noun /ˈdɒksi/ a) A prostitute or a mistress. Do you think the writer of Antony and Cleopatra, a passionate pilgrim, had his eyes in the back of his head that he chose the ugliest doxy in all Warwickshire to lie withal? b) A defined opinion. So… …

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  • 11 doxy — also doxie noun (plural doxies) Etymology: perhaps modification of obsolete Dutch docke doll, from Middle Dutch Date: 1515 1. floozy, prostitute 2. mistress 4a …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 12 doxy — doxy1 /dok see/, n., pl. doxies. 1. opinion; doctrine. 2. religious views. Also, doxie. [1720 30; extracted from HETERODOXY, ORTHODOXY] doxy2 /dok see/, n., pl. doxies. 1. an immoral woman; prostitute. 2. Archaic …

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  • 13 doxy — Synonyms and related words: chippy, concubine, floozy, girl friend, grisette, inamorata, kept mistress, kept woman, lover, mistress, nymph, nymphet, paramour, playmate, tart, unofficial wife, wanton, woman …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 14 Doxy — (n.) (obsolete) girlfriend; young woman; tart or sweetheart (from cant: an unmarried female partner of a beggar or rogue; hence, later, a mistress or prostitute; Thomas Harman in his A Caueat or Warening, for commen cursetors vulgarely called… …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 15 doxy — Australian Slang n (obsolete) girlfriend; young woman; tart or sweetheart (from cant: an unmarried female partner of a beggar or rogue; hence, later, a mistress or prostitute; Thomas Harman in his A Caueat or Warening, for commen cursetors… …

    English dialects glossary

  • 16 doxy — n. opinion, outlook; religious beliefs (informal): (Slang) mistress; female lover; woman who lives together with an important man …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 17 doxy —    obsolete    a prostitute    Originally, a sweetheart, from the Dutch dock, a doll:     A party taken on a cruise by wealthy degenerates, who had sold their doxies at various places in the Caribbean. (Fraser, 1971, writing in 19th century… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 18 doxy — [ dɒksi] noun (plural doxies) archaic a lover or mistress. ↘a prostitute. Origin C16: of unknown origin …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 19 doxy — n. 1. Mistress, paramour. 2. Prostitute, strumpet, harlot, whore, drab, street walker, Cyprian, night walker, punk, woman of the town. See courtesan …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 20 doxy — dox•y [[t]ˈdɒk si[/t]] n. pl. dox•ies 1) a mistress 2) a prostitute • Etymology: 1520–30; of obscure orig …

    From formal English to slang