deflower


de·flow·er

verb \(ˌ)dē-ˈfla(-ə)r\

: to have sex with (someone who has not had sex before)

Full Definition of DEFLOWER

transitive verb
1
:  to deprive of virginity
2
:  to take away the prime beauty of
de·flow·er·er noun

Origin of DEFLOWER

Middle English deflouren, from Middle French or Late Latin; Old French desflorer, from Late Latin deflorare, from Latin de- + flor-, flos flower — more at blow
First Known Use: 14th century

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