See also: Greek



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Particularly: “How did the second sense develop? -- the sex sense? because the Greeks famously practised anal sex.”



greek ‎(plural greeks)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Greek ‎(nonsense writing or talk; gibberish)
  2. Alternative letter-case form of Greek ‎(anal sex)


greek ‎(third-person singular simple present greeks, present participle greeking, simple past and past participle greeked)

  1. (computing) To display a placeholder instead of text, especially to optimize speed in displaying text that would be too small to read.
  2. (computing) To fill a template with nonsense text (particularly the Lorem ipsum), so that form can be focused on instead of content.

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