clit

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Shortened from clitoris.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

clit (plural clits)

  1. (slang) The clitoris. [from 1950s]
    • 2006, Tiva Wallon, A Donovan to Love, page 65:
      There was a bright red tongue tattooed over most of her cooter and there was a thick, gold ring that had been pierced through her clit.

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Verb[edit]

clit (third-person singular simple present clits, present participle clitting, simple past and past participle clitted)

  1. (slang, vulgar, often with off) To stimulate the clitoris.
    • 1998, Aemilia, Re: Afternoon reading... Group: alt.tasteless
      [] the only two expressions that come to mind are "clitting off" and "tickling the bearded clam"
    • 2009 December 31, Rev. Susie the Floozie, “WHACK-FF WEDNESDAY: “Yo: Ho, Ho”, and a twatful of cum.”, in alt.slack, Usenet:
      Now I can look forward to clitting off at work...
    • 2010, Nicholson Baker, Room Temperature, Grove/Atlantic, Inc. (→ISBN)
      ... and then fell back on the bed and clitted her yum-stump to a box-spring-deep pelvis-lifter of what Patty called an “organasm”?
    • 2017, Gemma Stone, The Sessions, Pink Flamingo Media (→ISBN)
      ... he asked me to masturbate while he watched. (...) “Did he let you come when you clitted off?”