Sissy



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



  • straight girly guy



  • 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.



  • 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]



  • a man who acts like a girl



  • 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.



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



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



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



  • a guy whose a really bitch



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

    1. heterosexual man acting in a feminine way

    *commonly used in the south



  • Sissy is a word used to embarrass a man, who is overly sensitive and highly emotional. Sissy types of men usually get hurt easily by anything that criticizes or questions his ego or pride. Sissy types of men usually never become anything because they never improve by taking in the criticism. They tend to hold grudge on people who criticize, well intended or not. Sissy types of men may appeal to women who are tough for a while, because they appear as kind and warm hearted. However, many women run away from them after seeing the level in which they must baby-sit their men.


 

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