Talk about the Gangs of New York! A street thug, a hoodlum. Term based on NY Irish street gang aka the Dead rabbits, who would parade brandishing dead rabbits, the symbol of their defeated rivals.
or Scaramuccia or Scaramouche (literally means, skirmish). He is the Italian commedia dellarte who clowns his face to act or entertain in the name of buffoonery. Think court jester in fancy digs. 2.) A punk or cowardly dude.
Pictured: Judah and Tamar, by Horace Vernet
None of the daughters of Israel shall be a kedeshah, nor shall any of the sons of Israel be a kadesh.
You shall not bring the hire of a prostitute (zonah) or the wages of a dog (keleb) into the house of the Lord your God to pay a vow, for both of these are an abomination to the Lord your God. -Deuteronomy 23:17-18. According to Genesis chpt. 38, "After Judah's own wife died, he went to a prostitute: Tamar, disguised behind a veil. She asked for his staff and seal as security, then made her pregnant. Three months later, Judah learns that Tamar had prostituted herself and gotten pregnant, so he orders her burnt to death..."
1960s Japanese. Kyōiku mamas (教育ママ) believes in educating and empowering her offspring to be the best additions to society. In Japanese society she is expected to be the good wife and a wise mother. Once her children are of adult age, she then becomes the Tenuki okusan (手抜き奥さん).
1940's term, back when young women wore poodle skirts and rolled their bobby socks down to their ankles. Shirley Temple portrayed this adorable, adolescent character in 1947 Oscar winning film; The Batchelor and the Bobby Soxer.