nymphet
also nymphette noun Date: 1955 a sexually precocious girl barely in her teens; also a sexually attractive young woman

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  • Nymphet — Nymph et, n. A little or young nymph. [Poetic] The nymphets sporting there. Drayton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nymphet — ► NOUN ▪ an attractive and sexually mature young girl …   English terms dictionary

  • nymphet — [nim′fət, nim fet′] n. [Fr nymphette, dim. of nymphe: see NYMPH] a pubescent girl, esp. one who is sexually precocious nymphetic adj …   English World dictionary

  • Nymphet — A nymphet is seen to be a sexually precocious, attractive girl, and was notably used by French author Pierre de Ronsard, [ [http://www.libraries.psu.edu/nabokov/coutlol3.htm Lolita et la France] ] and popularised by Vladimir Nabokov in the novel… …   Wikipedia

  • nymphet — UK [ˈnɪmfɪt] / UK [nɪmˈfet] / US [ˈnɪmˌfet] / US [ˈnɪmfət] noun [countable] Word forms nymphet : singular nymphet plural nymphets a young woman who is sexually attractive …   English dictionary

  • nymphet — /nim fet , nim fit/, n. 1. a young nymph. 2. a sexually attractive young girl. 3. a sexually precocious girl or young woman. [1605 15; < MF nymphette. See NYMPH, ET] * * * …   Universalium

  • nymphet — noun A sexually attractive girl or young woman Of the nymphets sporting there In Wyrrall, and in Delamere. Syn: jailbait, lolita, nymph …   Wiktionary

  • nymphet — Synonyms and related words: Atlantides, Hyades, Jezebel, Napaea, Pleiades, babe, baby, bad woman, baggage, bitch, broad, chick, chippy, clitoromaniac, cocotte, colleen, cutie, dame, damoiselle, damsel, demoiselle, doll, drab, dryad, easy lay,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • nymphet — nym|phet [nımˈfet, ˈnımfıt US nımˈfet] n a young girl who is very sexually attractive …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • nymphet — nym|phet [ nım,fet, nımfət ] noun count a young woman who is sexually attractive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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