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- noun Plural form of
- noun informal The
genitalia; those body parts that are not normally displayed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun external sex organ
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A battalion of 850 privates is estimated to cost about 15, 000 tomans or 7500l. annually; but from the incompleteness of the regiments, the real expenditure is much less.
One of the privates was an Australian Millionaire.
My mother-in-law calls privates, "tootie frogs" I almost fell in the floor with riotous laughter the first time I heard her say it.
They both knew that these parts of themselves were called privates, and were private, and that special negotiation was required in order to gain their exposure.
Okay, maybe it's not like that for all enforcement agents, but I frequently feel like my privates are alfresco.
Only the commissioned officers are white; the uniform of the privates is the same as any others, except that the pantaloons are red,  faces and hands black!
One of the privates was a university man, and in broken English tried to tell us why Germany had to enter the war, to save herself from her enemies.
I know a few tricks I learnt in the regiment; one of the privates was a professional conjurer and mighty clever when sober.
Ms Mir was linking to a news piece about Italian legislation making it illegal for Italian men to touch their "privates" in public, this being something they apparently do for good luck.
Supposedly these Moro Tribesmen wrapped leather straps around their "privates" driving them crazy so that the pain inflicted by a .38 Special was nothing compared to the self induced pain.