carrie, carie, carry noun the penis: Now, his carrie was twelve inches long, And the colour of it was yellow... la19-. etymology: origin obscure; the forms cori and kar are attested in Romany with the same meaning; perhaps connected with OED’s obsolete carry-knave a common prostitute ‘Our hyreling hackney carry knaves, and hurry-whores 1630; Partridge: ‘a low harlot 17-18’; the original and now obsolete meaning of harlot is ‘a vagabond, begger, rascal, a low fellow’; form carie attested by Galloway Tinkler Gypsies; forms carrie, carry attested by BS in TDITA, JS and SS note:

Smart & Crofton (1875) collected the forms Kóri, kaúri from English Gypsies and they define it as Pudendum virile.

Canadian Paul Pope (2013) cites the form carrie with the same meaning.