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poontang Syllabification: poon·tang
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͞onˌtaNG/
(also poon)

Definition of poontang in English:

noun

North American vulgar slang
1Sexual activity.
Example sentences
  • First, dad tells Hal to never, ever settle for average; second, never be satisfied with routine poontang; and, third, look for a classic beauty: a woman with a perfect can and great toddies.
  • Van Peeples keeps it real: ‘It's all about poontang.’
  • I sincerely hope you get all the (gifts/bribes / poontang / movie deals) you asked Santa Claus for.
1.1A woman or women regarded solely in terms of potential sexual gratification.
Example sentences
  • There's a fun grouping of Rich, Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Mooney doing ‘Blue Skies’ and hearing an announcer read, ‘And now here's a tune called poontang!’
  • If I was a Japanese woman trawling the Metropolis personals for some poontang, I would be wary about this bloke - one too many references to ‘dark’ for me.
  • Botox, shedful, poontang and klippers'. The Collins English Dictionary is full of new words invading our daily language.

Origin

1920s: perhaps from Limba (a West African language of Sierra Leone) puntu 'vagina', or perhaps alteration of French putain 'prostitute'.

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