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minge

/mɪndʒ/
noun (Brit, taboo, slang)
1.
the female genitals
2.
women collectively considered as sexual objects
Word Origin
C20: from Romany; of obscure origin
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • Mr. minge attempted to take her hand, but she drew back and repulsed him.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • For five minutes she held her handkerchief to her eyes, and then Mr. minge rose and looked at his watch.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Mr. minge turned pale, and grasped the carved balustrade against which he rested.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • For several weeks she was dangerously ill, and was just able to sit up when Mr. minge discovered her.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Mr. minge redoubled his exertions, and at last found her in one of the hospitals connected with a convent.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Mr. minge took the end of her scarf, and as he toyed with the fringe, sighed heavily.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
Word Origin and History for minge
n.

"female pudendum," 1903, of unknown origin.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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