irrumate

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From Latin irrumō (I irrumate).

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irrumate (third-person singular simple present irrumates, present participle irrumating, simple past and past participle irrumated)

  1. To practice irrumation; to insert the penis violently into another's mouth.
    • 1941, George William Henry, Committee for the Study of Sex Variants, Sex variants: a study of homosexual patterns: Volume 2
      Orgasm is often experienced also by the person irrumated, when the penis is a powerful fetich [sic, fetish] to him or her; this indirect orgasm of the person irrumated occurring usually — if it occurs at all — at the moment of the irrumator's ejaculations, and probably largely due to it.

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VerbEdit

irrumāte

  1. second-person plural present active imperative of irrumō