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One who engages in sodomy.


(ˈsɒdəˌmaɪt) or


(Physiology) a person who practises sodomy


(ˈsɒd əˌmaɪt)

1. an inhabitant of Sodom.
2. (l.c.) a person who engages in sodomy.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Middle French < Late Latin Sodomīta < Greek Sodomitēs. See Sodom, -ite1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sodomite - someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)
degenerate, deviant, deviate, pervert - a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior


[ˈsɒdəmaɪt] Nsodomita mf


n. sodomita, persona que comete sodomía.
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25) See Vaccaro, "Saruman's Sodomitic Resonances" in Tolkien and Alterity for specific correspondences.
Housman confessed, with his usual irony, that the sodomitic penetration of a woman in Lady Chatterley's Lover "did not inflame my passions to any great extent, but it is much more wholesome than Frank Harris [My Life and Loves] or James Joyce [Ulysses]" (Letters, ed.
As the Search for Ms Intramurals is underway, he finds himself in the comfort room for his first sodomitic encounter with the escort of Ms Sophomore.
Sodomy and masturbation remained more often condemned (some men were executed for sodomitic acts up to the 1830s), yet not by all: A few authors went beyond conventional appeals to ancient precedents or arguments for sodomy's "naturalness" and suggested Christ himself had homoerotic tendencies.
Which brings us back to the author's thesis: This country is what it is today--a society corrupted by abortion and sodomitic "marriage," and a government that attacks practicing Christians--because the Founding Fathers excluded the Christian religion from its fundamental law.
We are certainly far beyond sodomitic idolatry, the public life, legislation and religious exercises of ancient Greece, not to speak of the worship of Phallus and Priapus, in vogue among the Athenians and Babylonians, or the Bacchanalian feasts of the Romans and the privileged position held by the courtesans of those days.
Not in a hot, sensual way; in a dirty, sodomitic, whips chains and rubbing salts kind of way.
The Muslim merchant bidding on the boy declares that he is enamored of the charms of the garzan, a code word for sodomitic partner.
an impostor of Apostolic Bulls, naive, faking revelations, brutal and sodomitic .