Nickname for woman or significant other, wife. An extremely derisive term for an Indian woman. Though this term was widely used in the Old West so much so that it became common language, it should not be perpetuated. as the term loosely translates to the C word that might be utilized today.
1936 The Three Stooges - Ants In The Pantry S3E1
Nickname for a female. "Look here toots..." Is what they use to say to belittle the ladies. Based on the 1850s term, "tootsie" and "tootsy wootsy". The irony is there are more men who employ that moniker than woman!
(koo-noy-chee). A female ninja specially trained in psychology. They were to seduce the enemy for a clever assassination! Some would disguise themselves as Geisha to deceive their unsuspecting target. There are two types of kunoichi:
"Shimma kunoichi" is a member of the ninja family, trained for her specific role. She typically worked under a kantokusha, or a commander, who usually tried to give her the impression she was his only kunoichi. Due to their highly emotionally sensitive natures, the kunoichi needed to be carefully handled so as not to fall in love with the target or lose sight of the goals.
"Karima kunoichi" were usually hired only for a specific job, acting as a spy within the enemy's walls. These women, usually maids, mistresses, or entertainers with access to the house may be purchased for the right price.
2015 film, Focus w/ Margo Robbie and Will Smith
The sneaky conniving, criminal-minded female accomplice to a thief or crook. She appears to be innocent and angelic, but look out, looks can be deceiving!