Definition of butthole in US English:

butthole

noun

North American
informal
  • 1A person's anus.

    • ‘I walked backwards and his guitar jabbed me right in the butthole.’
    • ‘Well doctor, my butthole is bleeding.’
    • ‘How in the name of Zeus's butthole did you get out of your cell?’
    • ‘There's a scene when we actually see crap coming out of a pigeon's butthole and landing on someone's face.’
    • ‘I hope all paparazzi sit on an anthill with an open butthole.’
    1. 1.1 An irritating or contemptible person.
      ‘he's such a butthole’
      • ‘My 98-year-old grandmother called me a butthole.’
      • ‘Oh, great, the butthole is here.’
      • ‘Some butthole has swiped the stapler from my desk.’
      • ‘She's being a complete butthole and making decisions that are absurdly idiotic.’
      • ‘I don't want to become a corporate butthole.’

Pronunciation

butthole

/ˈbətˌhoʊl//ˈbətˌhōl/