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I also recall witnessing, in 35 Mark Morton my youth, a young man convey his appreciation of a woman's attractiveness by removing his shoe and thumping it against his head, while simultaneously making whooping sounds. The visceral, almost physical, effect of that certain something is evident in many of the words used to describe sexually attractive individuals. For example, when we call someone striking or stunning, those adjectives imply an attractiveness that impacts the beholder like a blow to the head.

Prior to this, dating back to the mid sixteenth century, nude had been in use, but it was a legal term, denoting a promise that was not formally recorded. For instance, if two peasants met in a field and agreed to tradea goat The difference between the right word agreement would be a nude promise, and the almost right word is the difference because no one else had witnessed that between lightning and the lightning bug. —Mark Twain verbal contract. Earlier on, nude derived via Latin from an Indo-European source, nogwo, meaning naked.

As under the bee-hive lieth the wax, And under the wax is honey, So under her waist her belly is placed— And under that, her cunny. Other rhyming terms of endearment include the now-obsolete golpol and kicky-wicky. The first of these appeared in the sixteenth century as a shortened version of gold-poll, with poll being an old word for head. ) The modern equivalent of golpol is fylondie, although that word is perhaps closer to being a term of objectification, rather than endearment. The second rhyming hypocorism,kicky-wicky,so dates back to the sixteenth century and perhaps derives from the French quelque chose, meaning something.

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