Definition of gap
Citation from "Ain't No Fun" feat. Warren G, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, Doggystyle (1993), Snoop Dogg blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: vulva ('vagina'), female genitalia.
- on a female, space below the genitals and above where the inner thighs first touch. Also called "thigh gap."
Citation from Scary statistic: 40 percent of women want a thigh gap to boost their confidence, Today, Rheana Murray, 15 June 2015 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'vulva ('vagina'), female genitalia':
|Definitions include: the vulva, especially if unshaven.|
|Definitions include: vagina|
|Definitions include: vulva.|
|Definitions include: a displeasing person; "idiot".|
|Definitions include: any excuse that is viewed as illegitimate.|
|Definitions include: a single labia majora ("vaginal lip").|
|Definitions include: Vagina, from schoolboy spelling.|
|Definitions include: vagina.|
|Definitions include: "back-talk"; "sass"; "attitude".|
|Definitions include: Slang for female genitals|
|Definitions include: a person who is lame, jake, not cool.|
|Definitions include: the clitoris.|
|Definitions include: a person who doesn't meet the speaker's notion of cool.|
|Definitions include: female genitalia.|
|Definitions include: the external female genitalia.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'gap':
|Definitions include: preppy.|
|Definitions include: in baseball, a line drive hit between outfielders into the "gap", generally resulting in a double, triple or sometimes and inside-the-park home run.|
|Definitions include: the area of space between the upper thighs, directly beneath the crotch, of slender women.|
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