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Abbreviation of Gräfenberg spot, popularized in The G Spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality, a pop-sci book published in 1982.





G-spot (plural G-spots)

  1. A proposed sensitive, erogenous zone on the anterior wall of the vagina.
    Synonym: Gräfenberg spot
    • 2000, Mike Cerrone, the Farrelly brothers, Me, Myself & Irene, spoken by Lee Harvey:
      Yeah, because if your fuckin' is anything like your police work then you couldn't hit the G-spot on a twelve pound pussy.
    • 2005, “Is the G-Spot a Myth?”, in William J. Taverner, editor, Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Human Sexuality, McGraw-Hill, →ISSN:
      Two types of evidence have been used to argue for the existence of the G-spot and will be reviewed in turn. The first is behavioral, the second is based on claims of female ejaculation.





G-spot (third-person singular simple present G-spots, present participle G-spotting, simple past and past participle G-spotted)

  1. (informal, rare, transitive) To stimulate the G-spot of.

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