Origin of sodomy
OTHER WORDS FROM sodomysod·o·mit·i·cal [sod-uh-mit-i-kuhl], /ˌsɒd əˈmɪt ɪ kəl/, sod·o·mit·ic, adjectivesod·o·mit·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use sodomy in a sentence
Article 148 of the Sudanese Penal Code from 1991 said anyone who is convicted of sodomy three times “shall be punished with death, or with life imprisonment.”
ISIS, which previously controlled large swaths of Syria and Iraq, publicly executed men who were accused of committing sodomy.ISIS threatens to attack Turkish LGBTQ organization|Michael K. Lavers|December 7, 2020|Washington Blade
Fairfax County police said Nizhamuding Jureti, 57, of Arlington, was charged with one count of forcible sodomy.Arlington man charged in sexual assault of hospice patient|Dana Hedgpeth|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
Virginia lawmakers in 2014 repealed their state’s sodomy ban.
Maryland earlier this year approved a bill that repealed the state’s sodomy law.
The charge: Sodomy, a serious crime in a predominantly Muslim nation.
Sodomy, sod′om-i, n. unnatural sexuality, so called because imputed to the inhabitants of Sodom.
Sodomy was practiced by the nations of Cueba, 774 Careta, and other places.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1|Hubert Howe Bancroft
Not that he is guilty of Sodomy nor did I ever hear the Sin so much as mentioned among them.
Sodomy is a crime both in the active and passive agent, unless the latter is a non-consenting party.Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology|W. G. Aitchison Robertson
In their drunkennesse, they vse and commit Sodomy; and with their mothers and daughters they haue their pleasures and pastimes.
British Dictionary definitions for sodomy
Word Origin for sodomy
Medical definitions for sodomy
Other words from sodomysod′om•ite′ (-mīt′) n.sod′om•ize′ (-mīz′) v.
Cultural definitions for sodomy
Sexual intercourse that is not the union of the genital organs of a man and a woman. The term is most frequently applied to anal intercourse between two men or to sexual relations between people and animals. (See pederast.)