quim

[ kwim ]
/ kwɪm /

noun Slang: Vulgar.

vagina; vulva.

Nearby words

  1. quilt,
  2. quilted,
  3. quilter,
  4. quilting,
  5. quilting bee,
  6. quimper,
  7. quin,
  8. quin-,
  9. quinacrine,
  10. quinacrine hydrochloride

Origin of quim

First recorded in 1725–35; origin obscure

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British Dictionary definitions for quim

quim

/ (kwɪm) /

noun

British taboo the female genitals

Word Origin for quim

C19: of uncertain origin

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Word Origin and History for quim

quim

n.

slang for "female genitalia, vulva, vagina," 1735, perhaps 1610s, of unknown origin. Coarse and disparaging use for "females collectively" is from 1935.

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