schlong

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Yiddish שלאַנג(shlang, snake”; by extension, “a penis).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

schlong (plural schlongs)

  1. (vulgar, slang) A penis, especially a long one.
    Synonyms: cock, putz, schmuck, tadger; see also Thesaurus:penis

Verb[edit]

schlong (third-person singular simple present schlongs, present participle schlonging, simple past and past participle schlonged)

  1. (vulgar, slang) To engage in sexual intercourse (with); to fuck.
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:copulate with
    • 2001, Media Weavers, ‎Mitch Luckett, To Kill a Common Loon, page 226:
      And, Dr. Lover Boy, what do you think April's going to think when I tell her you were schlonging Molly — hey maybe that's why April didn't care for Molly, she stole all her boy friends — probably while you were involved with April.
    • 2008, Maria Alvarez, Mirror, Mirror:
      Look at Sam, eight years ago, in a band, number one, awesome at Glastonbury. Then they break up. He's thirty-two, wasted. Just chasin' pussy, boning, and schlonging — lovely woman back home.
    • 2009, Jane Leavy, Squeeze Play: A Novel, page 17:
      Sal's got what you call a nose for the news, especially if it involves schlonging and donging and especially if it happens to be a slow news day.
    • 2013, Daisy Buchanan, The Wickedly Unofficial Guide to Made in Chelsea:
      They're deep in conversation about Agne, and come to the conclusion that they'd both quite like to schlong her.
  2. (by extension) To beat, whack, or attack.
    • 1972, William W. Crain, The Wayfarers, page 14:
      He stole your words, calling them expert, schlonging himself on the head with labels, diving into categories.
    • 2004, Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.), Fair Employment Practice Cases - Volume 93, page 1405:
      He would talk about “schlonging this and schlonging that. ” When Reich and the other writers were working on a script for a New Year's episode Reich kept referring to "schlonging in the New Year" and using "schlong" in every other sentence.
    • 2016 March 7, David Marin, The Huffington Post:
      Please stop insulting, trashing and schlonging your fellow candidates. That's not the Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Hindu or Buddhist thing to do.
    • 2017, David Keenan, This Is Memorial Device:
      His big scrotum would be schlonging off the floor. Wap, wap, wap. Really schlonging.
  3. (by extension) To defeat or humiliate.
    Synonyms: bring low, demean, trounce; see also Thesaurus:abash
    • 1969, Barefoot in Babylon: The Creation of the Woodstock Music Festival, page 245:
      How about if we recruit a few guys from the crew, I’ll go on stage and make an announcement about how we’re gonna get schlonged by lettin’ everybody in ahead of time, and these guys can pass a basket around the audience for contributions.
    • 1991, Richard Elman, Tar Beach, page 127:
      he went bust on 7th Avenue, and the Party took a shlonging.
    • 2011, Neal Conan, Talk of the Nation (NPR):
      that ticket went on to get schlonged at the polls, but that’s a historic moment.
    • 2016, Douglas Kellner, American Nightmare: Donald Trump, Media Spectacle, and Authoritarian Populism, page 35:
      He also delighted in recounting how Ms. Clinton got "schlonged" by Barack Obama when she lost to him in the 2008 Democratic primary.