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- n. A phrase that has two meanings, especially where one is innocent and literal, the other risqué, bawdy, or ironic; an innuendo.
- n. Plural form of double entendre.
346 Here is a double entendre “and the infirm letters (viz. a, w and y) not subject to accidence, left him.”
“Khassá-ni”; Khusyatáni (vulg.) being the testicles, also called “bayzatán” the two eggs) a double entendre which has given rise to many tales.
“Bilábil”; a plural of “Bulbul” with a double entendre balábil (plur. of ballalah) = heart’s troubles, and “balá, bul” = a calamity, nay, etc.