What language are the words înşuruba, păcăli and şurub?
- Looking at the page history, it appears they're Romanian. I've noted it in the article, but it would be nice if one of our Romanian-speakers could verify it. -- Ortonmc 22:17, 18 Dec 2003 (UTC)
Slang for sexual intercourse -> Etymology
I'm curious to know how this word became slang for sexual intercourse. I was checking here to get my answer; I guess I'll have to look somewhere else! :( In the meantime (and in case I can't find!), would someone be so kind as to tell me? Thanks in advance...
CielProfond 20:00, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
This etymology uncertain, contested by Kluge. Internal Germanic, perhaps related to Greek "koryphe:Last modified on 22 July 2011, at 07:46