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British Dictionary definitions for minge

minge

noun British taboo, slang
  1. the female genitals
  2. women collectively considered as sexual objects

Word Origin

C20: from Romany; of obscure origin
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Examples from the Web for minge

Historical Examples

  • 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


Word Origin and History for minge

n.

"female pudendum," 1903, of unknown origin.

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