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soixante-neuf

[ swah-sahnt-nurf, -nuhf; French swa-sahnt-nœf ]
/ ˌswɑ sɑntˈnɜrf, -ˈnʌf; French swa sɑ̃tˈnœf /
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Origin of soixante-neuf

Borrowed into English from French around 1915–20

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British Dictionary definitions for soixante-neuf

soixante-neuf
/ French (swasɑ̃tnœf) /

noun
a sexual activity in which two people simultaneously stimulate each other's genitalia with their mouthsAlso: sixty-nine

Word Origin for soixante-neuf

literally: sixty-nine, from the position adopted by the participants
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