Cherrie

1. virginity;
2. hymen;
3. virgin;
4. (cricket) cricket ball, especially a new one;
5. (cricket) red mark made on the bat by hitting a new ball or by a vigorous stroke

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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