Donkey dick

exceptionally well-hung man

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • donkey — [18] The usual English word for ‘donkey’ from Anglo Saxon times was ass, and donkey is not recorded until Francis Grose entered it in his Dictionary of the vulgar tonge 1785; ‘Donkey or Donkey Dick, a he or Jackass’. No one really knows where it… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • donkey — [18] The usual English word for ‘donkey’ from Anglo Saxon times was ass, and donkey is not recorded until Francis Grose entered it in his Dictionary of the vulgar tonge 1785; ‘Donkey or Donkey Dick, a he or Jackass’. No one really knows where it… …   Word origins

  • donkey — Noun. 1. A male who is genitally well endowed, as in hung like a donkey. Also phrased as donkey dick. 2. Something that doesn t come up to expectations. E.g. I think we ve been sold a donkey …   English slang and colloquialisms

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