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Aug 2
2010
Sex Word Etymology: Nipple: 16th Century:

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Sex Word Etymology for the word Nipple = Female breast.

Nipple, is a word that originates from the 16th Century. This word is thought to originate from the “Nib”, meaning point. Nipple is defined as a projection … Read more »

May 2
2010
Sex Word Etymology: Peg, Pego: 18th Century:

Sex Word Etymology for the word Pego = Male Genital: Penis.

Peg, used as slang, is a word that originates from the 18th Century in Britain. This word is thought to originate from the Greek meaning fountain.

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Apr 2
2010
Sex Word Etymology: Pussy, Pussie, Puss: 17th Century

Sex Word Etymology for the word Pussy = Female Genitals.

Pussy, used as slang, is a word that originates from the 17th Century. The cat has long been associated with women. By the 17th Century the word Puss was used … Read more »

Mar 2
2010
Sex Word Etymology: Spend 16th Century

Sex Word Etymology for the word Spend = ejaculate, orgasm, come.

Spend, used as slang, is a word that originates from the 16th Century in Britain. Spending implies making a deposit or payment thus tying sex with money. It also … Read more »

Feb 2
2010
Sex Word Etymology: Pot (Honeypot, Jampot) 17th Century

Sex Word Etymology for the word Pot = Female genitalia, cunt, or pussy.

Pot, used as slang, is a word that originates from the 17th Century in Britian. Based on the idea of a container, it was used for the … Read more »