puss:ETYMOLOGY: From the Irish Gaelic pus, which was slang for mouth . Originally a British term of affection for women, it acquired a sexual significance during the mid-17 th century.
1. The face . Sour puss / pickle puss / vinegar puss , a sour-looking or ugly face . Beetle puss / lousy puss , an ugly face . Sugar puss , a sweet face . Cute puss / neat puss , an attractive face . Fuzz face / fuzzy puss , a face with an adolescent beard . Glamour puss , an attracive face or woman .
See Also: civet, puss, puss gentleman, smack in the puss, wuss
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