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Definition of slash



  • a session of urination. See also take a slash.
    I need a slash.

    Last edited on Nov 13 2010. Submitted by Katy from Hull, City of Kingston-upon-Hull, UK on Apr 11 2002.

  • sex between two men, usually used when describing a type or genre of writing. the word originates from the abbreviation 'm/m'.
    I am writing a slash porn story right now.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Shannon C. from Vancouver, BC, Canada on Jul 23 2004.

  • Fictional pairing of two men in a romantic or sexual relationship. Named for the forward-slash between the pairing - such as Kirk/Spock or Merlin/Arthur.

    Also known as "yaoi" among the anime fandoms. Generally a term used to for fan-fiction or role-play. The majority of slash fans are women.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Melwyn from Richmond, VA, USA on Sep 20 2009.

  • female genitalia, pussy.
    She's got a nice, juicy slash!

    Last edited on May 15 2015. Submitted by Dirty Birdy from Los Angeles, CA, USA on May 15 2015.

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Definitions include: nickname for a surgeon, used by doctors in the UK.
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