fellate

verb fel·late \ ˈfe-ˌlāt , fə-ˈlāt \

Definition of fellate

fellated; fellating
transitive verb
:to perform fellatio on
intransitive verb
:to fellate someone

fellator

play \ˈfe-ˌlā-tər, fə-ˈlā-tər\ noun

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Origin and Etymology of fellate

back-formation from fellatio


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fellate

verb fel·late \ ˈfel-ˌāt , fə-ˈlāt \

medical Definition of fellate

fellated; fellating
transitive verb
:to perform fellatio on
intransitive verb
:to fellate someone

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