DanishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

See the etymology of the main entry.

NounEdit

sutter c

  1. indefinite plural of sut

Etymology 2Edit

See the etymology of the main entry.

VerbEdit

sutter

  1. present of sutte

Etymology 3Edit

sutte +‎ -er

NounEdit

sutter

  1. (colloquial) blowjob
    • 2014, Caroline Kepnes (tr. by Louise Ardenfelt Ravnild), DU, Politikens Forlag →ISBN
      ... Tilbyder du at give Joe en sutter, Lynn?
      ... Are you offering to give Joe a blowjob, Lynn?
    • 2016, Gary Shteyngart (tr. by anonymous), Super sørgelig sand kærlighedshistorie, Gyldendal A/S →ISBN
      Tag et kursus i kropssprog, søde pige, så gir du snart suttere til klassefyrene.
      Take a course in body language, sweet girl, and soon you will be giving blowjobs to the ? ["class-guys"??].
    • 2016, Garth Risk Hallberg (tr. by anonymous), Byen brænder, Lindhardt og Ringhof →ISBN
      “Jeg kender dig. Du er Sams lille skødehund fra i sommer. Du ku' ikke få en sutter af et salathoved.”
      "I know you. You're Sam's little lap dog from last summer. You wouldn't be able to get a blowjob from a head of lettuce."
    • 2018, Bernard Minier (tr. by Karsten Nielsen), Cirklen, Lindhardt og Ringhof (→ISBN)
      ”Ska' du ha' no'et go' dope, skattepige?” sagde en fyr, da hun gik forbi ham. ” Ti gram kvalivare for en sutter.”
      "Do you want some good dope, sweetie?" some guy said when she walked past him. "Ten grams of high-quality stuff for a blowjob."
    • 2017, Jonas Nyrup, Se og Hør-skandalen fra A-Z, Lindhardt og Ringhof (→ISBN)
      ... nu sad hovedrolleindehaveren her lyslevende foran ham – nøgen, mens han fik sig en sutter.“
      ... now the main-character-actor sat here before him in the flesh - naked and receiving a blowjob."
DeclensionEdit