anaconda

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Etymology[edit]

From the Sinhalese හෙනකඳයා ‎(henakan̆dayā, one with large body), a species of constrictor found in Sri Lanka.

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Noun[edit]

A Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus)

anaconda ‎(plural anacondas)

  1. Any of various large nonvenomous snakes of the genus Eunectes, found mainly in northern South America. Their length can grow to as much as 5 m (15 ft).
  2. (by extension, slang, vulgar) Penis.
    • 1992, Sir Mix-a-Lot, "Baby Got Back", Mack Daddy:
      My anaconda don't want none / Unless you got buns, hon
    • 2000, Eric Jerome Dickey, Liar's Game, Signet (2002), ISBN 9781101142998, unnumbered page:
      Womack went into the bedroom and checked on his two boys. When I headed to the bathroom to drain my anaconda, I caught a profile of him standing in the doorway, smiling down on the little rascals.
    • 2006, Christopher Darrick Odom, Visa Versa: Black Men Suffer in the Dating Game Too!, iUniverse (2006), ISBN 9780595403516, page xi:
      I have chased after white women to find they only wanted to dance with my anaconda and weren't interested in me as a partner.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:anaconda.

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anaconda m ‎(plural anacondas)

  1. anaconda

Italian[edit]

Italian Wikipedia has an article on:

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Noun[edit]

anaconda f ‎(plural anaconde)

  1. (snake) anaconda

Portuguese[edit]

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anaconda f ‎(pl anacondas)

  1. anaconda

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anaconda f ‎(plural anacondas)

  1. anaconda