Complete Definition of "quim"

English
Etymology
Origin uncertain.

Pronunciation
IPA|/kwɪm/
rhymes|ɪm

Noun
en-noun
wikipedia|Quim (slang)

  1. vulgar The vagina.

#*1879, Anonymous, "The Wanton Lass" in The Pearl No. 1 1:
#:"For one day, when amusing herself with this whim, / The carrot it snapped, and part stuck in her quim."
#*1922, James Joyce, Ulysses, page 938:
#:"Ho! What do I here behold? Were you brushing the cobwebs off a few quims'?"
#*2005, Margaret Carter, Maiden Flights, ISBN 1419952595, page 131:
#:"Her quim grew wet, ready to welcome it."

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