randy

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
azgın
şehvetli
abaza
Abazan: seks yapma arzusuyla yanıp tutuşan, seks yapmaya her zaman hazır, şehvet dolu (erkek)
{s} arsız
azgın erkek
{s} inatçı
{s} kuduruk
randiness
abazanlık
virago
{i} şirret
virago
{i} cadaloz
virago
{i} eli maşalı kadın
virago
{i} kadın savaşçı
virago
{i} şirret kadın
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A diminutive of the female given name Miranda
A diminutive of Randall and Randolph, used as a male given name in the US
one and a half twist acrobatic maneuver
Sexually aroused; full of sexual lust
boisterous, coarse, loose woman
impudent beggar
Rude or coarse in manner, primarily Scottish in usage
virago
diminutive of Randall and Randolph
diminutive of Miranda
feeling great sexual desire; "feeling horny"
Randy Mosher, author of The Brewer's Companion: Being a Complete Compendium of Brewing Knowledge Thoughtfully Arranged for the Amateur Brewer Containing Numerous and Diverse Charts, Tables, Graphs &c , as an Aid in the Successful Brewing of Quality Beer which is out of print
Someone who is randy is sexually excited and eager to have sex. It was extremely hot and I was feeling rather randy. = horny. full of sexual desire = horny (randy (17-19 centuries), from rand , an old form of rant)
a 2½ twisting forward salto
A Front Somersault with 2½ twists; also known as a "Randolph"
A single flip with two and a half twists
{s} lustful, full of sexual desire
randiness
The state or condition of being randy
randier
comparative of randy
randiest
superlative of randy
randy

    Расстановка переносов

    ran·dy

    Турецкое произношение

    rändi

    Синонимы

    horny, toey, coarse, rude

    Произношение

    /ˈrandē/ /ˈrændiː/

    Этимология

    [ 'ran-dE ] (adjective.) 1698. 1690, from Scottish randy (“boisterous, aggressive”), of uncertain origin. Probably from rand (“to storm, rave”, verb), a variant of rant, see rant; or from rand (“edge”, noun), in the sense of "edgy, on edge", from Middle English rand (“edge, brink, margin, border”), from Old English rand (“edge, border, margin, rim”). Related to randan.

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