deflower

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From Middle English deflouren, from Middle French, Old French desflorer (French déflorer), from Late Latin deflorare

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deflower (third-person singular simple present deflowers, present participle deflowering, simple past and past participle deflowered)

  1. (transitive) To take the virginity of (somebody), especially a woman or girl.

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