In Australia the word Minge refers to the female pubic hair and gets its name from the combination of the words Moot and Fringe.—This unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) at 00:50, 5 August 2007.
- The Australian word almost certainly comes from the British word, which has citations back at least to 1901. As for the etymology, the best guess is that it comes from minger for —This unsigned comment was added by Williamsayers79 (talk • contribs) at 11:26, 3 October 2006.
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Sense - cat. Any takers? SemperBlotto 17:06, 3 January 2008 (UTC)
- Supportable from groups. An excellent application of the new citations namespace, because the quotations I saw are not great usage examples, though useful for attestation. DCDuring 17:38, 3 January 2008 (UTC)
The sense of cat makes "sense" : via the meaning Pussy of the original. Interesting btw, that the Romani word was turned into Mensch in German, which on the surface is the common word for human., but is used among males as "Dein Mensch", meaning your wife, your girlfriend. —This unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) at 18:37, 30 July 2009.
minger |ˈmi ng ər| noun Brit. informal an unattractive or unpleasant person or thing: Why can't anyone see that Spencer is a complete minger? ORIGIN 1990s: from minging.
Doesn't the Wik entry need another look?
--UnicornTapestry 01:52, 18 October 2009 (UTC)