Bunghole
Bunghole \Bung"hole`\, n. See {Bung}, n., 2. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • bunghole — anus, by 1600, from BUNG (Cf. bung) + HOLE (Cf. hole) …   Etymology dictionary

  • bunghole — [buŋ′hōl΄] n. a hole in a barrel or keg through which liquid can be poured in or drawn out …   English World dictionary

  • Bunghole — Foam on the bunghole of a barrel in a brewery. (1) A Bung(e)hole ( e is optional) is an access point that can be resealed to gain entry into a vessel. Historically, it refers to a hole bored in a liquid tight barrel to remove contents. The hole… …   Wikipedia

  • bunghole — 1. n. the mouth. □ I’ve heard enough out of you! Shut your bunghole! 2. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) □ She tripped and fell down on her bunghole …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bunghole — noun Date: 1571 a hole for emptying or filling a cask …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bunghole — /bung hohl /, n. a hole in a cask through which it is filled. [1565 75; BUNG1 + HOLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Bunghole — mouth …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • bunghole — Australian Slang mouth …   English dialects glossary

  • bunghole — 1 n the anus. A vulgarism found in the works of the celebrator of low life, Charles Bukowski, among others. 2) vb to sodomise, bugger …   Contemporary slang

  • bunghole — bung·hole || bʌŋhəʊl n. hole in a cask …   English contemporary dictionary

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