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 An allusion to the vice of the 'cunnilingue,' apparently a novel form of naughtiness at Athens in Aristophanes 'day.
The Eleven Comedies, Volume 1
 He was a 'cunnilingue,' as we gather also from what Aristophanes says of his infamous habits in the 'Knights.'
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