verb (used with object), fel·lat·ed, fel·lat·ing.
to perform fellatio on.
verb (used without object), fel·lat·ed, fel·lat·ing.
to engage in fellatio.
Origin of fellate
First recorded in 1965–70; by back formation from fellatio
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Examples from the Web for fellate
Even if she does have a foul mouth, and even if she does occasionally fellate éclairs.
(tr) to perform fellatio on (a person)
Word Origin for fellate
C20: back formation from fellatio
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1968, verbal derivative of fellatio. Related: Fellated; fellating.
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