See also: dickboy
- (sometimes offensive) A diminutive of the male given name Richard.
1881, Henry Ellacombe, History of the parish of Bitton, in the county of Gloucester, Volume 1, page 212:
- Richard Bryant (the noted "DICKBOY") was of this gang, as were Ben. Kayford and Geo. Ward (alias DAGGER) and some others, all hanged at Gloucester, Bristol, Salisbury, and Ilchester.
1943, Jesse Farley and Paul Hardman, Twelve generations of Farleys, page 34:
- Also I give the use of my Negro Dickboy to my daughter Mary Womack during her life and after her death I give and bequeath the said Negro Dickboy to my son Francis Farley and his heirs forever.
2008, Richard Grossinger, The Bardo of Waking Life, page 322:
- And then there was Dickboy Cheney leading him around like a pig with a ring.