cunnilingus

See also: Cunnilingus

EnglishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Latin cunnilingus (literally cuntlicker). The meaning shift, not yet complete in the early twentieth century, perhaps derives from figurative uses where the name for a person stands for the name of a practice.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˌkʌnɪˈlɪŋɡəs/, /ˌkʌniˈlɪŋɡəs/
  • (file)

NounEdit

cunnilingus (usually uncountable, plural cunnilinguses)

  1. (obsolete) Who performs oral sex on a woman’s clitoris and/or vulva.
    • 1887, John Noland Mackenzie, “Carcinoma of Larynx”, in Albert H. Buck, editor, A Reference handbook of the medical sciences, embracing the entire range of scientific and practical medicine and allied science, volume 4, New York: William Wood & Company, page 402a:
      The stinking breath, hoarse voice, and snoring respiration of the cunnilingus, fellator and fellatrix, the effeminate, piping tone of the cinædus and irrumator, which excited the special scorn of the early satirical writers, were doubtless the expression of a catarrhal pharyngolaryngitis acquired in the discharge of their filthy practices.
    • 1887, John Noland Mackenzie, “Syphilis of the Larynx, Trachea, and Bronchi”, in Albert H. Buck, editor, A Reference handbook of the medical sciences, embracing the entire range of scientific and practical medicine and allied science, volume 4, New York: William Wood & Company, page 439b:
      The foul mouth, hoarse voice, and snoring respiration of the cunnilingus, fellator and irrumator have been thought to indicate syphilitic affections of the throat, but, as I have suggested elsewhere, they were doubtless the symptoms of a catarrhal process acquired in the discharge of their filthy occupations.
    Synonyms: cunnilinctor, cunnilinguist, muff-diver, carpet muncher, cuntlicker, cuntsucker, bowcat
  2. Oral sex in which a woman's clitoris and/or vulva is orally stimulated.
    Synonyms: carpet munching, cuntlicking, lip service, muff diving, pussy eating, dining at the Y; see also Thesaurus:oral sex
    Coordinate term: fellatio

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FinnishEdit

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NounEdit

cunnilingus

  1. cunnilingus

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of cunnilingus (Kotus type 39/vastaus, no gradation)
nominative cunnilingus cunnilingukset
genitive cunnilinguksen cunnilingusten
cunnilinguksien
partitive cunnilingusta cunnilinguksia
illative cunnilingukseen cunnilinguksiin
singular plural
nominative cunnilingus cunnilingukset
accusative nom. cunnilingus cunnilingukset
gen. cunnilinguksen
genitive cunnilinguksen cunnilingusten
cunnilinguksien
partitive cunnilingusta cunnilinguksia
inessive cunnilinguksessa cunnilinguksissa
elative cunnilinguksesta cunnilinguksista
illative cunnilingukseen cunnilinguksiin
adessive cunnilinguksella cunnilinguksilla
ablative cunnilingukselta cunnilinguksilta
allative cunnilingukselle cunnilinguksille
essive cunnilinguksena cunnilinguksina
translative cunnilingukseksi cunnilinguksiksi
instructive cunnilinguksin
abessive cunnilinguksetta cunnilinguksitta
comitative cunnilinguksineen
Possessive forms of cunnilingus (type vastaus)
possessor singular plural
1st person cunnilingukseni cunnilinguksemme
2nd person cunnilinguksesi cunnilinguksenne
3rd person cunnilinguksensa

FrenchEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin cunnus and lingō (to lick).

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NounEdit

cunnilingus m (plural cunnilingus)

  1. (sexuality) cunnilingus

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ItalianEdit

NounEdit

cunnilingus m (inv)

  1. cunnilingus

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

Compound of cunnus (cunt) +‎ lingō (lick).

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NounEdit

cunnilingus m (genitive cunnilingī); second declension

  1. (vulgar) cuntlicker, cunnilinguist

DeclensionEdit

Second-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative cunnilingus cunnilingī
Genitive cunnilingī cunnilingōrum
Dative cunnilingō cunnilingīs
Accusative cunnilingum cunnilingōs
Ablative cunnilingō cunnilingīs
Vocative cunnilinge cunnilingī

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SpanishEdit

NounEdit

cunnilingus m (uncountable)

  1. cunnilingus

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