cunnilingus


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cun·ni·lin·gus

 (kŭn′ə-lĭng′gəs)
n.
Oral stimulation of the clitoris or vulva.

[New Latin, from Latin, he who licks the vulva : cunnus, vulva; see (s)keu- in Indo-European roots + lingere, to lick; see leigh- in Indo-European roots.]

cun′ni·lin′gual adj.

cunnilingus

(ˌkʌnɪˈlɪŋɡəs) or

cunnilinctus

n
a sexual activity in which the female genitalia are stimulated by the partner's lips and tongue. Compare fellatio
[C19: from New Latin, from Latin cunnus vulva + lingere to lick]

cun•ni•lin•gus

(ˌkʌn lˈɪŋ gəs)

also cun•ni•linc•tus

(-ˈɪŋk təs)

n.
the act or practice of orally stimulating the female genitals.
[1885–90; < New Latin, Latin: one who licks the vulva =cunni-, comb. form of cunnus vulva + -lingus, derivative of lingere to lick]
cun`ni•lin′gual, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cunnilingus - oral stimulation of the vulva or clitoris
oral sex, head - oral stimulation of the genitals; "they say he gives good head"
Translations
クンニリングス
cunnilingus
kunilingas

cunnilingus

[ˌkʌnɪˈlɪŋgəs] Ncunnilingus m

cunnilingus

[ˌkʌnɪˈlɪŋgəs] ncunnilingus m

cunnilingus

nCunnilingus m

cun·ni·lin·gus

a. cunnilinguo-a, rel. a la práctica de estimulación oral del pene o del clítoris.

cunnilingus

n cunnilingus m, sexo oral (practicado a una mujer), estimulación f oral de la vulva y el clítoris
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You're not that great at cunnilingus," she snapped.
The landscape of Venus's body suggests a broad range of sexualized body parts and sexual acts available to the smaller beloved, including kissing; cunnilingus, as suggested by the "pleasant fountains"; the delights of pubic hair in the "brakes obscure and rough" and "sweet bottom-grass," which might also suggest anal eroticism; and the most obvious "round rising hillocks" of her breasts.
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Between sips of red wine, Lucia gazes with yearning at a locked, cube-shaped cabinet where, decades earlier -- a montage of flashbacks suggests -- she enjoyed expert cunnilingus with another woman's husband.
Film star Michael Douglas was diagnosed with tongue cancer in 2013 and he famously seemed to suggest it was brought on by HPV infection contracted through cunnilingus.
Still, as much as the zombie subgenre has cannibalized itself in recent years, horror completists may well appreciate this movie for its specific gross-out innovations, which include one instance of undead cunnilingus, and a scene featuring a prosthetic penis that gets pulled apart like taffy.
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Block's passion about passion is almost as climactic as an orgasm itself, and this genuine commitment to female-bodied pleasure shines through every page of O Wow, which covers everything from clits to cunnilingus to cultural shame.
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We don't die," the anonymous hand declared, and proceeded to celebrate cunnilingus.
To perform cunnilingus is, in dancehall parlance, to bow, and the naming "signifies the low status assigned to the concept" because to bow is "stoop down low to show deference or respect for a higher authority figure, in effect accepting one's own subservience and subjugation" (Hope 51).
Simultaneously "sacred mouthful," "devil's foul breath," and a euphemism for cunnilingus, the title of Jose Antonio Mazzotti's book resists easy and direct translation.