verb (fellated; fellating) Etymology: back-formation from fellatio Date: 1941 transitive verb to perform fellatio on intransitive verb to fellate someone • fellator noun

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  • fellate — 1968, verbal derivative of FELLATIO (Cf. fellatio). Related: Fellated; fellating …   Etymology dictionary

  • fellate — [fel′āt΄, fel āt′] vi., vt. fellated, fellating to perform fellatio (on) …   English World dictionary

  • fellate — verb a) To perform oral sex on a man. If you thought the German government was going to be a lapdog for Sarcozy, or worse, was going to fellate Brussels and the ECB, you got a rude shock today. b) To stimulate a penis using ones mouth. Syn: suck… …   Wiktionary

  • fellate — fel·late fel .āt, fə lāt vb, fel·lat·ed; fel·lat·ing vt to perform fellatio on vi to fellate someone …   Medical dictionary

  • fellate — fellatio ► NOUN ▪ oral stimulation of a man s penis. DERIVATIVES fellate verb. ORIGIN Latin, from fellare to suck …   English terms dictionary

  • fellate — fellator, n. /feuh layt /, v., fellated, fellating. v.t. 1. to perform fellatio on. v.i. 2. to engage in fellatio. [1965 70; by back formation from FELLATIO] * * * …   Universalium

  • fellate — v. participate in oral sex …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fellate — fel·late …   English syllables

  • fellate — fel•late [[t]fəˈleɪt[/t]] v. lat•ed, lat•ing 1) cvb med to perform fellatio on 2) cvb med to engage in fellatio • Etymology: 1965–70; back formation from fellatio fel•la′tor, n. fel•la′trix, n …   From formal English to slang

  • fellate — /fəˈleɪt/ (say fuh layt) verb (t) (fellated, fellating) to practise fellatio on. –fellator, noun –fellatrix …   Australian English dictionary

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