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1. The female genitals . Obsolete; a 16 th century word stemming from the Scottish madge, any woman and Madge , a common Scottish female name. Defined by Captain Francis Grose in Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1811) as: ' The private-parts of a woman .'

2. In gay parlance, according to Bruce Rodgers in The Queen's Vernacular (1972): ' gay nickname and vocative indicating an ill-dressed, dowdy homosexual .'

See Also: madge

Quotes Containing madge:
Madge (Bette Davis) in Cabin in the Cotton (1932):'I'd love to kiss you, but I just washed my hair.' She says it with a thick accent: 'Ah'd love t'kiss you but ah jes washed mah hayuh.'

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