Greek:Or: GR / Gr / greek :
1. A noun, adjective and verb for anal-sex , especially between men. That Greek is behind in his work / Greek-active seeking passive / I greek squeeky geeks . Also: Greek-art(s) ; Greek cultures ; Greek-fashion ; Greek-love ; Greek-style ; Greek-way . See anal-copulation for synonyms.
(2) Xaviera Hollander (Joey Heatherton) and Nick (Joseph Ferreri), the coffee man , in The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977):
-- Xaviera: ' Do you have any Danish? '
-- Nick: ' No, how about a little Greek? '
See Also: active Greek, Afrodite, agalmatophilia, algolagnia, algophobia, alloeroticism, alpha and omega, amastia, ambisexuality, amphigenic invert, anaesthesia sexualis, anaphrodisia, androglossia, andrology, andromimetophilia, androphobia, Aphrodite, apotemnophilia, arts, asphyxiaphilia, asphyxiophilia, Astarte, autagonistophilia, autoabasiophilia, autoagonistophilia, autoassassinatophilia, autoassassinophilia, autonepiophilia, autophilia, bagnio, balanitis, bed rite, bi, biastophilia, blastolagnia, cacoethes, catamite, catapygon, chrematisophilia, chronophilia, Circe, clitoris, colp-, colpo-, coprolagnia, coprology, cultured, cultures, cypridophobia, cyprinophobia, cypriphobia, Demeter, dermophiliac, doul, Erato, Eros, erotomastia, eunuch, French art(s), French culture(s), gonyphilia, gonyphilous, Gr, Gr act, Gr pas, Gr/A, Gr/P, Greek, Greek active, Greek art(s), Greek culture(s), Greek fashion, Greek love, Greek passive, Greek style, Greek way, greeking, guido, gym, gymnasium, gyn-, harpy, hetero-, heterophilia, heterovalent, hierophilia, high Greek, hodophilia, homo-, homoism, homosexual, homosexuality, horatio, hygrophilematous, hygrophilia, hyperaesthesia, hyphephilia, hypogastrian cranny, hysterectomy, idiogamist, isosexual, kleptolagnia, koprolagnia, lesbonia, lesbos, lesboville, limbless erast, low Greek, macrophallia, maieusiophilia, maieutics, maschalation, mastos, medolingus, mysandry, Narcissus, nymphet, olisbos, orchids, osmolagnia, paederast, paederasty, paraphilic infantilism, passive Greek, pederast, pederasty, pego, Polyphemus, pornographer, pornographist, priapus, prophylactic, psychrolagnia, telephone scatophilia, telephonicophilia, theroid, thyrsos, toc-, toco-, tok-, toko-, Turk, uranian, uranist, urolagnia, Venus, W/M, way, zoophilia erotica, zorber
Quotes Containing Greek:
''Remember the words of Plato? (...) Plato says, my friend, that society cannot be saved unless either the professors of Greek take-to making gunpowder or unless the makers of gunpowder become professors of Greek .'' Andrew Undershaft (Robert Morley), an arms manufacturer, to Adolphus Cusins (Rex Harrison), a professor of Greek , in Major Barbara (1941)
Alexis Zorba (Anthony Quinn) in Zorba the Greek (1964): ''Life is trouble; only death is not.''
Bruce Rodgers. The Queens'' Vernacular (1972): ''A Greek is somebody who gets a little behind in his work .''
Nick (Anthony Quinn) a Greek desperately in-love-with his bigoted Irish neighbor Rose Muldoon (Maureen O''Hara) in Only the Lonely (1991): ''You''ve forgotten what a sweet thing romance can be. Come to my bed . You will never leave.''
Alexis Zorba (Anthony Quinn) to the Englishman Basil (Alan Bates) in Zorba the Greek (1964): 'If a woman sleeps alone it puts a shame on all men. God has a very big heart , but there is one sin He will not forgive. If a woman calls a man to her bed and he will not go.'
Alexis Zorba (Anthony Quinn) to the Englishman Basil (Alan Bates) in Zorba the Greek (1964): ''If a woman sleeps alone it puts a shame on all men. God has a very big heart , but there is one sin He will not forgive. If a woman calls a man to her bed and he will not go.''
Jodie Dallas (Billy Crystal) and Jessica Gatling Tate (Katherine Helmond) confusing Plato (the Greek philosopher) with Pluto (thecartoon dog) in the TV series Soap (1977): - Jodie: ''Plato was gay .'' - Jessica: ''Mickey Mouse''s dog was gay?!'' - Jodie: ''Goofy was his lover .''
Xaviera Hollander (Joey Heatherton) and Nick (Joseph Ferreri), the coffee man , in The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977): - Xaviera: ''Do you have any Danish?'' - Nick: ''No, how about a little Greek?''
Sophocles, the Greek playwright when asked: ''How is your sex life? Are you still able to satisfy a woman?'' He replied: ''Gladly I am rid of it , as though I had escaped from the clutches of a mad and savage master .'' From Charles Panati. Sexy Origins and Intimate Things (1998)
Colonel Slade (Al Pacino) in Scent of a Woman (1992): 'Legs. I don't care if they're Greek columns, or second-hand Steinways, but what's between them... passport to heaven .'
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