Definition of mangina
male genitals tucked behind the legs in an attempt to mimic the appearance of a vagina.
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Last edited on May 04 2013. Submitted by
Andrew H. from Boulder, CO, USA
on Apr 19 2002.
A professional term man-whores use to describe their "he-pussy." (From Deuce Bigalow Male Gigalo.)
Deucy, you have a way of satisfying a woman that would sicken a normal man. You must have a magical 'Man-Gina'.
Last edited on Jan 01 2003. Submitted by
Kellie L. from West Chester, OH, USA
on Jan 01 2003.
to tuck one's genitalia between his legs and stand up displaying nothing but hair.
Last edited on Aug 01 2005. Submitted by
on Aug 01 2005.
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