Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
- A pot of honey.
- (label, en, figuratively) something, Something or someone similarly sweet or enticing, ''particularly'':
- (lb, en, US, _, slang, dated) (n-g, A romantic pet name;) "honey".
- (lb, en, US, _, slang, uncommon) A vagina.
- * '''2011''', Mechele Armstrong, ''Code Monkey'' (ISBN, 1595788700):
- *: "[S]he had the boss eating from her '''honeypot'''." Baxter rolled his eyes at the crude term for pussy, but Rodney did have a point.
- (lb, en, espionage) A spy (typically attractive and female) who uses sex to trap and blackmail a target.
- * '''1989''', ''The Washingtonian'', vol. 24, page 25.
- *:(quote, en, And the American Embassy in Moscow was infiltrated thanks to “'''honeypots''',” Soviet women who seduced Marine guards.)
- * '''1996''', John H. Waller, ''The Unseen War in Europe: Espionage and Conspiracy in the Second World War'', Random House, (ISBN, 0679448268), page 226.
- *:(quote, en, Perhaps in order to create his own, more controlled environment for debaucherie, he set up a house of prostitution with Gestapo funds, justifying it as a "'''honeypot'''" with which to ensnare unsuspecting foreign diplomats.)
- * '''2004''', Richard C.S. Trahair, ''Encyclopedia of Cold War Espionage, Spies, and Secret Operations'', Greenwood Press, (ISBN, 0313319553), page 353.
- *:(quote, en, The NKVD uses attractive ballerinas for '''honeypot''' espionage.)
- (lb, en, computer security) A trap set to detect or deflect attempts at unauthorized use of information systems.
- * '''2007''', "[http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Infotech/Internet_/Data_leak_Cyber_sherlocks_outwit_hackers/articleshow/msid-2451089,curpg-2.cms Data leak: Cyber sherlocks outwit hackers]," ''The Economic Times'', 12 Oct. (retrieved 29 June 2008),
- *: Computer experts install '''honeypots''' to trick hackers.
- (lb, en, chiefly, British) A draw: a place which attracts visitors.
- * '''2004''', Bernice Davidson, "[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/main.jhtml?xml=/travel/exclusions/Supplements/england/eteng04city.xml England 2004: Bright lights on the water]," ''Telegraph.co.uk'', 13 Mar. (retrieved 28 June 2008),
- *: Superb Roman remains, Georgian architecture and countless museums justify Bath's position as a tourist '''honeypot'''.
- (lb, en, obsolete, euphemism) A chamberpot.
- (lb, en, obsolete, euphemism) A slop bucket.