British Slang For Whore (12 Examples)

Ever wondered how the British say whore? We have gathered the slang words for whore and came up with 12. We listed them here along with their definitions and sample sentences. Here you go. 

British Slang For Whore (in Alphabetical Order)

Bint

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Coming from the Arabic language, bint originally refers to a girl or daughter. However, during the occupation of the British in Egypt, they gained this term and used it to describe a  promiscuous woman. 
  • Example: She started cheating on her loyal boyfriends. She must be a bint to not care and be rational. 

Crumpet

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A Cockney rhyming slang that references the popular snack in the UK and the term “strumpet,” which is used for a loose woman or prostitute. 
  • Example: Strict mothers would often advise their teenage daughters on acting like a crumpet. There are dangers and it is very unhealthy. 

Essex Girl

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Appearing in the 1980s and 1990s, this pejorative slang references the personalities associated with women coming from the Essex area. It is unfair and unjust as it depicts a woman as being unintelligent and promiscuous similar to the dumb blonde stereotype.  
  • Example: People labeled her an Essex girl but she is the opposite. Maybe they just hated her guts. 

Fulham Virgin

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A dated British slang that comes from an area in London associated with criminals. It is ironic slang since it uses the term “virgin” despite being used for whores in a derogatory manner. 
  • Example: Late at night, you might see Fulham virgins strolling the streets and looking for customers. 

Hoore

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Scottish slang for prostitute or someone that pays for sexual intercourse. It sounds just like “whore” but with some Scottish accent. 
  • Example: She used to be a hoore but she later claimed to have found god and changed. 

Hurdie

Meaning:

  • (Noun)  Since the 16th Century, Scottish people have been using this slang to refer to promiscuous females or whores. It is the Scottish equivalent of “slag.”
  • Example: Being a hurdie is implied to be shameful but being a man with multiple partners is not! Double standards hurt. 

Scrubber

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Originally meaning a woman of lower social standing that needs to scrub stuff for money, it is used by some British folks to describe a promiscuous woman. 
  • Example: Most of the time, the scrubbers you see had dreams too that were ruined by poverty. 

Sket

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Another derogatory British slang that labels a female as a whore. It comes from the action of being splashed with water. 
  • Example: Most tragic stories begin with a sket dreaming of a better life before being cast aside by society. 

Slag

Meaning:

  • (Noun) The most famous offensive slang in the UK and is the equivalent of “Slut.”
  • Example: Don’t run after her! She cheated on you. She is just another slag. 

Slapper

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Another UK slang with an unknown origin. Often used to describe a lady that loves to have multiple sexual partners. 
  • Example: She is a slapper. She is dangerous. Be careful or she might steal your man. 

Tart

Meaning:

  • (Noun) During the 19th Century, British people used this term to refer to a beautiful lady or a sweetheart but it would later degrade into a slang word used for prostitutes and whores. 
  • Example: Many rebellious female heroes were once called “tarts” by the society that shunned them. 

Toe Rag

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A Cockney rhyming slang of different meanings. One of its uses is to rhyme with “slag,” which means “slut” in the UK. 
  • Example: My father, a strict Catholic, would call me a slag for just simply holding hands with my boyfriend. 

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