wench

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a young woman, especially a servant
a promiscuous woman
To frequent prostitutes, to womanize
{n} a young woman, a strumpet
frequent prostitutes
{i} country girl, servant girl (Archaic); whore or promiscuous woman (Offensive Slang)
{f} consort with prostitutes (Offensive Slang)
A low, vicious young woman; a drab; a strumpet
A colored woman; a negress
A young woman; a girl; a maiden
To frequent the company of wenches, or women of ill fame
A wench was a girl or young woman who worked as a servant or served people food or drink. a girl or young woman, especially a servant (wenchel (11-14 centuries), from wencel)
To frequent prostitutes
informal terms for a (young) woman
Athanasian wench
A sexually promiscuous or loose woman, willing to have sexual intercourse with "whoever wants to"

Villon gently cooled her impatience. Hush, hush, my girl! There are many kinds of love, as you ought to know well enough. I am a rogue and a vagabond, no less, and so sometimes I love you and other such Athanasian wenches; Isabeau there and Jehanneton..

wencher
One who chases women in a lecherous manner
wencher
{a} a fornicator, loose fellow
wencher
One who wenches; a lewd man
wencher
someone who patronizes prostitutes
wenches
plural of wench
wench

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    Этимология

    [ 'wench ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English wenche, short for wenchel child, from Old English wencel; akin to Old High German wankOn to totter, waver and probably to Old High German winchan to stagger; more at WINK.

    Времена

    wenches, wenching, wenched

    Слово дня

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