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From French (chaudepisse) cordée (corded (urethral discharge)), ultimately from Latin chorda, from Ancient Greek χορδή (khordḗ, entrails, intestines).

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chordee (plural chordees)

  1. (medicine) An abnormal downward curve to the erect penis.
    • 1963, Anthony Burgess, Inside Mr Enderby:
      Enderby, blinking and squinting, noting that he had slept with his teeth in, wondering where he had put his contact lenses, was emboldened by morning chordee to say, ‘Oughtn’t you to come back to bed for a while?’

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