sixty-nine

EnglishEdit

English numbers (edit)
 ←  68 69 70  → 
    Cardinal: sixty-nine
    Ordinal: sixty-ninth
    Adverbial: sixty-nine times

PronunciationEdit

  • (General American) enPR: sĭks'tē-nīnʹ, IPA(key): /ˌsɪkstiˈnaɪn/
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  • Hyphenation: six‧ty-nine
  • Rhymes: -aɪn

Etymology 1Edit

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sixty-nine

  1. The cardinal number immediately following sixty-eight and preceding seventy.
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Etymology 2Edit

Calque of French soixante-neuf,[1] from the rotational symmetry of the numeral 69 — if rotated a half-turn (by 180°), the numeral remains the same, and a couple both giving oral sex at once have, in principle, a similar rotational symmetry.

NounEdit

sixty-nine (countable and uncountable, plural sixty-nines)

  1. (sexuality) A sex position where two people give each other oral sex at the same time.
    Synonym: soixante-neuf
    Coordinate terms: cunnilingus, fellatio, clusterfuck
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VerbEdit

sixty-nine (third-person singular simple present sixty-nines, present participle sixty-nining, simple past and past participle sixty-nined)

  1. (slang) To have sex in the sixty-nine position: to engage in mutual oral sex.
    • 1995, Alanis Morissette (lyrics and music), “Right Through You”, in Jagged Little Pill:
      You pat me on the head / You took me out to wine, dine, sixty-nine me / But didn't hear a damn word I said

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Douglas Harper (2001–2023), “sixty-nine”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.

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