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1. To copulate , based on movement. British usage, rarely heard today, dating back to the 16 th century. See copulation for synonyms.

2. Or: shake-up , of a male, to masturbate . See masturbation-male for synonyms.

3. C19 th British term, in London especially, for a prostitute . See prostitute for synonyms.

4. Shake a leg had two lexical meanings: to dance or to move quickly, to hurry up . In Radioland Murders (1994) a cleaning woman giving warning before entering the mensroom gives the expression new meaning, that of shaking the last drops out of the penis after urination : ' Coming in! Slake a leg and zip it up .'

See Also: beads, blowen, bun-boogie, casual contact, dew off the lily, diddle, dribbledick, heebie-jeebies, masturbation-male, nidge, peg, quiver, shake, shake the dew off the lily, shake the peg, shake the sheets, topless bar, trimming the hedges, twirl the pearls, urination

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