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Short for sexually-transmitted-diseases (STD) or venereal-diseases (VD). STDs are transmitted primarily through the exchange of body fluids (blood and genital secretions) and by skin-to-skin contact with an infected area.
See Also: 17-ketosteroid, abnormal bleeding, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, African toothache, analinctus, analingus, andrologist, andrology, anilingus, anolinctus, anolingus, antaphroditic, antivenereal, armor, bacterial sexually transmitted diseases, bacterial STDs, bad blood, bad disease, be one of the knights, bend a pipe on the pisser, blood disease, blue balls, blueballs, bone ache, bone ague, bube, bubo, bug chaser, burn, burn one's poker, burned, burner, burning, burnt, Calymmatobacterium granulomatis, canoe inspection, catch a cold, catch something, CDC, chancre mechanic, chancroid, chlamydia, Chlamydia trachomatis, Christian disease, clean, coachman on the box, cock-rot, cold in the dong, come clean, communicable disease, condyloma (acuminata), contagious disease, contract an STD, cop a dose, coprophobia, Covent Garden ague, crinkum(s), crud, cul-de-sac, cunnilinguate, Cupid's itch, curse of Venus, cyprianophobia, cypridophobia, cyprinophobia, cypriphobia, dangle-parade, delicate disease, dermatology, dermatopathophobia, dermatophobia, dermatosiophobia, dirty barrel, discharge, disease of love, diseases, disgraceful disease, donovanosis, dose, a, Douglas cul-de-sac, Drury Lane ague, dyspareunia, English malady, fellate, forget-me-not, foul disease, foul disorder, French ache(s), French crown, French disease, French fever, French goods, French gout, French marbles, French measles, French pig, French pox, frenchified, Frenchified potatoes, galloping crud, galloping knob rot, GC, general paralysis of the insane, genital warts, gentleman's complaint, get a leaky faucet, get burned, get dosed up, get infected, get sick, get VD, give someone a burn, gonococcal urethritis, gonorrhea, got something, GPI, Granuloma inguinale, great imitator, the, great pox, the, green pee, green sickness, greens, the, gynaecologist, gynecologist, had'em, have a discharge, have a leaky faucet, have the ninety day blues, hepatitis, hepatitis B, herpes, herpes simplex virus, higher Malthusianism, infected, Jack in the box, jacked up, ladies' fever, lambskin condom, latex condom, loathsome disease, lobster tails, lobstertoes, lock, lock hospital, lues, lues venerea, malady of France, Morbus Gallicus, Morbus Hispanics, Morbus Indicus, Morbus Neapolitanus, Naples canker, natural condom, Neapolitan bone ache, Neapolitan consolation, Neapolitan favour, Neopolitan disease, nimgimmer, nosemaphobia, nosophobia, occupational hazard, one of the knights, pass through the fire, pathophobia, peppered, period, pick up a nail, PID, pintle fever, piss broken glass, piss green, piss prophet, piss pure cream, piss razor blades, piss white, piss yellow, Polish disease, pouch of Douglas, pox-ridden, preventable disease, prick parade, proctophallism, prophylactic, punk, rectouterine excavation, rectouterine pouch, reproductive health, ride the silver steed, safe sex, scrud, secret disease, sexual disease, sexually transmitted disease, sexually transmitted infection, shot betwixt wind and water, silent epidemic, skin condom, social disease, social infection, soft chancre, Spanish gout, Spanish needle, Spanish pip, Spanish pox, special disease, spring a leak, STD, syphilis, take French lessons, take the bayonet course, taking precautions, tertiary syphilis, token, tool check, trichomoniasis, unmentionable disease, V-girl, VD, venereal, venereal disease, venereal sore, venereology, venereophobia, Venus' curse, vice disease, warts, wasp, women's disease, yancy

Quotes Containing diseases:
Professor Abraham Van Helsing (Anthony Hopkins) in Bram Stoker''s Dracula (1993): ''Blood and the diseases of the blood, such as syphilis , which concerns us here. The very name venereal-diseases, the diseases of Venus , imputes to them a divine origin.''
Ralph (Danny DeVito) blaming Jack Colton (Michael Douglas) for his incarceration in The Jewel of the Nile (1985): ''They threw me in a jail filled with rejects from the communicable-diseases ward. Every wacko, drippy, open-soared low-life was in that joint , all of ''em wanting to hire on as my proctologist.''

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