Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


1. In British English, the female genitals . See vagina for synonyms.

2. In American English, the ass . Etymology: Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ' Our Fanny derives from fundament (13 th C . for bottom), and she was shortened and punned successfully into funniment , fun, funny, and at last Fanny. But there was nothing funny about her problems in the States. As late as 1929, Fanny found herself on B.F. Keith's list of forbidden expressions that vaudeville performers were not allowed to use on the stage. Instead, they preferred the part-that-went-over-the-fence-last,-the caboose , and where-the-sun-never-shines . ' See ass for synonyms.

3. Fanny , a persofinicastion of the vagina by women.

See Also: aunt Annie, Big Foot Joe, central furrow, cleft, cleft of flesh, cloven spot, controlling part, fadge, fanny, fanny ferret, ferret, front botty burp, fundament, funniment, Jack and Dandy, Jack and Danny, jaxy, muff guff, naf, pussy fart, queeb, queef, taint, trouser ferret, vaginal fart

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