OK, forget about my Scottish dog and Valley Girl chimp below, and check out Chaucer's new tale of The Ocks Men. I, for one, am delighted that I'm not the only one who thinks of Beavis when reading Bevis of Hampton.
"Tehee," quod she, and clapte the wyndow to.
-- Geoffrey Chaucer, "The Miller's Tale"
Noun: Inflected forms: pl. vi·ra·goes or vi·ra·gos
1. A woman regarded as noisy, scolding, or domineering.
2. A large, strong, courageous woman.