Origin of cunnilingus
Examples from the Web for cunnilinctus
Historical Examples of cunnilinctus
There is no cunnilinctus, which she regards with abhorrence.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 (of 6)
It was when the woman herself became excited through the cunnilinctus, that I experienced the highest sexual gratification.The Sexual Life of the Child
She has often in this way been beaten by a friend, who should be naked at the time, and must submit afterward to cunnilinctus.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6)
Usually in these cases the animal is taught to give gratification by cunnilinctus.
There can be no difficulty in believing that, so far as cunnilinctus is concerned dogs would require no training.
Word Origin for cunnilingus
1887, from Latin cunnus "vulva" (see cunt) + lingere "to lick" (see lick (v.)). The Latin properly would mean "one who licks a vulva," but it is used in English in reference to the action, not the actor. The verb ought to be *cunnilingue.
Cunnilingus was a very familiar manifestation in classical times; ... it tends to be especially prevalent at all periods of high civilization. [Havelock Ellis, 1905]