anilingus


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a·ni·lin·gus

 (ā′nə-lĭng′gəs)
n.
Oral stimulation of the anus.

[New Latin : Latin ānus, anus + Latin lingere, to lick; see leigh- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

anilingus

(ˌeɪnɪˈlɪŋɡəs)
n
sexual stimulation involving oral contact with the anus
[C20: from ani- anus + -lingus, as in cunnilingus]

a•ni•lin•gus

(ˌeɪ nlˈɪŋ gəs)

n.
oral stimulation of the anus.
[1940–45; an (us) + -i- + (cunni) lingus]
Translations
Anilingus
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Bromley posits that anilingus, "as a nonpenetrative, nongenital practice," is not "organized around subjectivity" and that early modern representations of it "imagine the possibility and the pleasures of depersonalized intimacy.
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