Sexy words

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  1. ManiacalMadMan

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    There are so many words in the language of English and other languages as well which some times become a part of regular using of English daily talking/speech Some of the words I hear seem sexy to me

    For example: I find Statistical to be a very sexy word


    What words are found that are in your vocabulary which you find sexual or sexy?
     
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    Dwarf...dwarf.......dwarf *squirms* Such an unusual combination of sounds that look sexy when clearly mouthed. (Look in a mirror and say it with "meaning")

    MMM, is it the Sta...testical sound in Statistical your hearing?????
     
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    Ah, you are referring to the sexy feeling that comes up when you know that only about 10 % of the population understand your pillow talk?

    I would throw in the word double-oleo strut here.

    If you look for more sexy words, look through the promotionals of new cars. I can't help but it appears to me that advertising companies are being entrusted with the task to develop euphonious, sexy names for the latest technical systems.
     
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    This is going to sound odd, but we had a Welsh girl in my Junior High World History class and my teacher had the world's longest village name on the wall wrapping the room partially. Since it's Welsh, she knew how to say it and when she did say it, I got all lightheaded at the sound from her lips. To this day when I see this word, I get goosebumps:

    Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

    And I still can't pronounce it to save my life.:biggrin1:
     
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    I'm Welsh I can :)

    I find wetness a sexy word, say it slowly quietly and emphatically and you should get what I mean.
     
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    Statistical? Really? Are you a mathemetician or statistician?
     
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    I would nominate the word "yes," said softly at first with a long, drawn out s (yesssssssssssssss). Slowly the word builds to a cresencdo "yes", "Yes", "YEs", "YES", YES, YES, YES. Until it becomes a staccato "yes! yes! yes! yes! . . . finally ending where it began: "yesssssssssssssssssssssss".
     
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    Ha! And I love saying it!!


    I love 'scrumptious':smile:
     
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    I tried it It just is not happening Maybe it needs the touch of a Welsh accent Is Anthony Hopkins available?
     
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    No I am not a mathematician or statistician By the way Statistician is also quite a sexy word as well as Algorithm Since I am turned on by words connecting to numbers maybe I should get involved with a math professor
     
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    "clan-vire-poowith-gwin-gith-go-gerry-uck-whern-drob-win-clan-ty-silly-oh-go-go-cohk"

    (...can you believe they shortened it to Llanfair PG!)

    try saying that Osiris, see if that brings any memories!
     
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    Not bad HG... though you missed a bit out in the middle.... LOL

    I've never been able to work out how to explain the pronunciation of 'LL' ....... :(
     
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    Both of you are evil teases...

    I admire that.

    Good thing this is the internet. I can still communicate after trying. In my house right now, I can't speak as I am feverishly trying to untie my tongue.
     
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    Some words in Spanish or French can send me over the top.
     
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    I love the word "pussy".
     
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    You... speak... Welsh?

    I forgot who it was who said, gonorrhea, and, syphilis, were the two most beautiful words in the English language. I can see the first if you emphasize the second syllable. Syphilis just sounds lovely no matter what.

    Sorrowind and Elfinstone are particularly melodious to my ear, if not particularly sexy.
     
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    I like algorithm as well. It's very fluid the way it rolls off the tongue. I also like conundrum, testosterone and financial portfolio. I would be remiss not to mention stilettos or the word virile.
     
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    Hmmm, chrysalis comes to mind, but that sounds more "pretty" than "sexy". I'll have to think on this some.
     
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    The French word for twilight: Crepescule

    Also the name Giselle.
     
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