1.) French, 17C. A working class female or seamstress, one you'd find in a dress or fabric shop. Term based on the boring type of grey fabric she wore. A variation of the term, 'Grisette'. 2.) Irish. A flirtatious or coquettish female.
She entertains bar patrons and encourages them to drink heavily and spend freely. 2.) A boogaloo breakdancer.
3.) A kick-ass basketball player.
4.) The gal with Beauty, Body and Brains!
5.) A gold digger who will only go for men that ride in a Bentley, BMW or Benz with thundering Bass and Big Bank!
1780 Painting by John Collet - The Transmutation of Sexes
1.) An effeminate young male. 2.) 1700 British. A gay dude. The term comes from the notorious men's club, The Mollies or the Molly-house(s). It was like the bunny ranch, but for gay men. Other spellings include: Molley, Mollie, Mally or Moll.