Definition of orgasm in English:

orgasm

Line breaks: or¦gasm
Pronunciation: /ˈɔːgaz(ə)m
 
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noun

  • The climax of sexual excitement, characterized by intensely pleasurable feelings centred in the genitals and (in men) experienced as an accompaniment to ejaculation: she managed to achieve an orgasm [mass noun]: they don’t know what it is to reach orgasm
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    • Many people say that the orgasm is the most pleasurable and fulfilling part of sex.
    • It was certainly amazing to be with him, but not because of exotic sexual positions or super orgasms.
    • Meanwhile, for most of us women, sexual pleasure and orgasms don't just come naturally.

verb

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  • Have an orgasm.
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    • She orgasms like this and settles back down again laying on top of my chest.
    • Tommy was apparently doing a good job as Meagen orgasmed only minutes after I arrived at the door.
    • Pink Hair gushed at how the audience was supposedly orgasming over it.

Origin

late 17th century: from French orgasme, or from modern Latin orgasmus, from Greek orgasmos, from organ 'swell or be excited'.

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