What does Fox mean?

A good-looking lady, often referred to as ‘Fox’

Often, you might hear the term ‘Fox’ used to refer to someone attractive or stylish. This slang term is similar to other words like babe, hottie, snacc, and shawty, which all denote someone who’s pretty appealing to the eyes.

The word ‘foxy’, which means ‘attractive’ or ‘stylish’, has been around since the late 19th century. Then, in the 1940s, it morphed into the term ‘fox’, which is used to describe someone who is attractive.

Nowadays, it’s often older guys, especially those who might not be up-to-date with the latest lingo, who use the term ‘fox’. They often use it when talking about a ‘DDG’ (drop dead gorgeous) woman.

Example for using ‘Fox’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that girl at the party last night? She was a total fox! 😍

Yeah, I noticed her too! She was definitely attractive. πŸ”₯

I couldn’t take my eyes off her. She had this stylish vibe going on. 🀩

No doubt! She was a real fox, for sure. 😏