First known reference in English apparently is in a compound, Oxford street name Gropecuntlane cited from c.
Definition of 'cunt'
Used in medical writing c. Chaucer used quaint and queynte in "Canterbury Tales" late 14c. Botany Bay, chum, coffee-shop, cookie, End of the Sentimental Journey, fancy cunt, Fumbler's Hall, funniment, goatmilker, heaven, hell, Itching Jenny, sex workers party philadelphia, Low Countries, nature's defunition treasure, parenthesis, penwiper, prick-skinner, seminary, tickle-toby, undeniable, wonderful definition aphrodisaical tennis court.
Dutch cognate cunt kont means "a definirion, an arse," but Dutch also has attractive poetic slang ways of expressing this part, such as liefdesgrotliterally "cave of love," and vleesroos "rose of definition. Alternative form cunny is attested from c. They cry, like poulterers' wives, 'No money, no coney.