Sissy


    Sissy


  • wimp, pussy, weak
    cant fight or is scared to do somthing bad


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    Sissy


  • straight girly guy


  • Sissy


  • a boy or man who enjoys little girls clothing. Especially babyish clothing. Lots of frills. Not always straight or gay. Likes to be treated like a babygirl. Likes tea partys and playing with dollys.


  • Sissy


  • An affectionate female nickname derived from the word sister. Sissy is a common nickname for a female sibling. It can also be a nickname given to a girl by others that she has cared for or behaved sisterly towards. The nickname implies that the girl is a sister or is regarded as such by family and friends. All in all, a sweet, caring girl :-)

    See [sister], [sis], [girl], [female]


  • Sissy


  • a man who acts like a girl


  • Sissy


  • A very close and dear friend. Someone who is, or whom you consider, to be a sister. Someone who will never let you down and be by your side for life.


  • Sissy


  • Originally defined as wimp, pussy or weak the word sissy has morphed into the perfect defn of a Brazilian footballer.


  • Sissy


  • a little weak wimpy guy who loves to create drama to make up for sad weak miserable existence. No lifer. A perso whos weak.


  • Sissy


  • offensive term to 60 crips (Get shot for saying it)


  • Sissy


  • a guy whose a really bitch


  • Sissy


  • A derogatory term used to describe a homosexual (man).

    1. heterosexual man acting in a feminine way

    *commonly used in the south


 

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