Definition of doxy in English:

doxy

noun

archaic
  • 1A lover or mistress.

    1. 1.1 A prostitute.
      • ‘Indeed, he maintained a clutch of doxies on the second and third floors of his own establishment.’
      • ‘He knocked up one women, produced the little girl you see here, and now he's sauntering off to bed another doxy.’
      • ‘There are already too many brainless doxies in the world.’
      • ‘The excellent, shock-haired Lenny sounds a complete prat when he tells Ruth that a dockside doxy was diseased because ‘I decided she was.’’
      • ‘Do you ever see the doxies on the street, Josephine?’
      • ‘Still, we need to find now who did murder the doxy and ask why.’

Origin

Mid 16th century (originally slang): of unknown origin.

Pronunciation:

doxy

/ˈdɒksi/