twat
noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1656 usually vulgar vulva

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  • Twat — Twat: Transsahararoute Twat (auch Tawat, Tuat, Touat, Tamentit) ist in der Sprache der Berber die Bezeichnung eines Volkes sowie die Bezeichnung einer Grenzregion zwischen Marokko und Algerien mit annähernd 48.000 km² Fläche und ca. 300 Oasen. In …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • twat — [ twat ] noun count OFFENSIVE 1. ) an extremely offensive word for a woman s VAGINA (=sex organ) 2. ) an extremely offensive word for someone who annoys you or makes you angry …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • twat — 1650s, of unknown origin. A general term of abuse since 1920s. The T word occupies a special niche in literary history, however, thanks to a horrible mistake by Robert Browning, who included it in Pippa Passes (1841) without knowing its true… …   Etymology dictionary

  • twat — [twät] n. [< ?] [Vulgar Slang] Slang Vulgar 1. the vulva 2. a woman or women collectively: a term of contempt and hostility …   English World dictionary

  • twat — [twɔt, twæt US twa:t] n taboo informal 1.) a very offensive word for a stupid or unpleasant person. Do not use this word. 2.) a very offensive word for the female sex organ. Do not use this word …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • twat — ► NOUN vulgar slang 1) a woman s genitals. 2) a stupid or obnoxious person. ► VERB Brit. informal ▪ hit; punch. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • twat — 1. (TWAT) (13602↑, 3200↓) 1) A great word to shout out. 2) A woman s vagina. 3) A blow to the face or genitalia. 4) Used by Tweety. 5) An offensive term for a person. 6) Acronym for The War Against Terrorism. 1) You re getting right on my tits… …   Urban English dictionary

  • Twat — The word twat has various functions, its primary meaning being a vulgar synonym for the human vulva, vagina, or clitoris. [http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=Twat Dictionary definition and etymology of twat ] ] It is also widely used as a… …   Wikipedia

  • twat —    A character in Edward Blishen’s novel A Cack Handed War addresses most of the men he works with as ‘y’bloody twat’, possibly thinking that it means no more than ‘you silly fool’. In the USA especially, there is far more awareness of the fact… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • twat — be·twat·tled; twat; twat·tle; …   English syllables

  • Twat — Another word used to insult someone who has upset you. Also means the same as fanny but is less acceptable in front of your grandmother, as this refers to parts of the female anatomy. Another use for the same word is to twat something, which… …   The American's guide to speaking British

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