Browsing page 30 of words meaning genitals, genitalia, privates, private parts (383 words total)
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Full definitions of all the slang words listed above:
- female genitalia.
She's got a tight little quim.
Last edited on Nov 27 1999. Submitted by Patrick B. from River Ridge, LA, USA
on Nov 27 1999.
- Female genitalia.
I need to get me some quim.
Last edited on Jan 30 2003. Submitted by Fred B. from Devon, UK
on Jan 30 2003.
She had a fit quim.
Last edited on Mar 03 2003. Submitted by ben l. from Bordon, Whitehill, Hampshire, UK
on Mar 03 2003.
- women above the age of consent. In opposition to sausages (as in "sausage party").
For a successful party, one must have the proper roast-beef-to-sausage ratio.
Last edited on Jun 05 2013. Submitted by Kevin B. from Pottstown, PA, USA
on Nov 19 1998.
- a vagina. Usually used in reference to cunnilingus.
He ate her roast beef last night.
Last edited on Jun 05 2013. Submitted by Ashley J. from Meriden, CT, USA
on Dec 03 2001.
- a promiscuous female. Probably one that you wouldn't touch with a 10-ft. pole. Origins stem from the appearance of female genitals in this state. Can be used with many cultural references, i.e. "roast beef and stinky cheddar."
Stay away from that girl, she's roast beef.
Last edited on Jun 05 2013. Submitted by Matt from Franklin, IN, USA
on Dec 16 2001.
- very large, dark colored labia
That chick had roast beef.
Last edited on Jun 26 2008. Submitted by Chris V. from Olathe, KS, USA
on Jun 26 2008.
- testicles. Sentence implies to be masculine and not feminine.
Get a sack and go ask her out.
- See more words with the same meaning: testicles.
Last edited on Nov 12 2001. Submitted by Hoss C. from Montrose, CO, USA
on Nov 12 2001.
- a bag containing illegal drugs.
I'll buy a sack.
Can I get a $20 sack?
Last edited on Jun 19 2010. Submitted by Theodor C.
on Jan 22 2002.
- bed, in the phrase "hit the sack."
Last edited on Aug 31 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Aug 31 2009.
verb - transitive