15 Slang Words For Mouth (And How To Use Them)

Ever wondered what slang words and expressions are used to refer to the mouth? Here is a list we compiled after some intense research. Enjoy reading!

Slang Words for Mouth (in Alphabetical Order)

Bazoo

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A US slang for the mouth that may have originated from the Dutch word for trumpet.  
  • Example: My kid’s bazoo stank of chemicals after being in the hospital for a week..

Cakehole

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A somewhat offensive slang for the mouth. Mainly used in a vulgar and angry tone.
  • Example: Shut your cakehole! You don’t have a say in this because this has nothing to do with you.

Clam

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Another US slang for the mouth that was once commonly used.
  • Example: Stuff your clam with some chicken. It’s my own personal recipe.

Clamshell

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An outdated or obsolete slang for the mouth formerly used in the US. 
  • Example: My clamshell is shut. Jasper asked me to keep it a secret.

Gob

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A prominent slang in the UK and Australia. It simply refers to the mouth.
  • Example: Richard is a speed-eater. He can stuff his gob with so many burgers in under a minute that you might think he’s cheating.

Hatch

Meaning:

  • (Noun) This slang is used commonly when referring to the mouth and one is eating.
  • Example: Down the hatch goes the stuffed-crust pizza. 

Kisser

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Another old slang that is still popular to this day. References the mouth as something you use for kissing.
  • Example: He got hit right in the kisser. Mike Tyson goes down in the ring!

Laughing Gear

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A humorous UK and Australian slang for the mouth, especially since you use it for laughing loudly.
  • Example: I can't laugh at your jokes, my laughing gear got stuck when I yawned too hard.

Mush

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A British slang for the mouth but it can also be used for the whole face.
  • Example: My mush is swolen after getting stung by a bee in the lips.

North And South

Meaning:

  • (Noun) The Cockney Rhyming slang for mouth.
  • Example: Her north and south is pretty loud. She loves to talk and just gossip all day long.

Piehole

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A somewhat vulgar slang in the US, mostly in the south, for the mouth.
  • Example: I wanna shove my piehole in some thanksgiving turkey. 

Puss

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A slang word for the mouth that originates from the Celtic and Irish people.
  • Example: You should gargle with some mouthwash, your puss smells like onions.

Sucker

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Just like kisser, this slang references another action of the mouth, which is sucking. 
  • Example: Dad’s sucker is full of scars after getting his braces.

Trap

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A person’s mouth or their jaws. 
  • Example: Zip your traps, kids. The principal will be conducting a disciplinary test.

Yap

Meaning:

  • (Noun) Another derogatory slang for the mouth that is commonly used in anger or insult.
  • Example: Whenever you open your yap, nothing good ever comes out of it. Please, just shut it!

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