The word beaver origin vagina

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Etymology Online offers that beaver in the gynecological sense is British slang dating from , transferred from earlier meaning "a bearded man" , or from the appearance of split beaver pelts. In colonial times it was thought that prostitutes spread veneral diseases through contact with their pubic area, so the women were made "bald" in that area for health reasons. However, their clients did not like that look and business began to suffer. Therefore, pubic wigs, called merkins, were manufactured for the prostitutes.
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Why is 'beaver' slang for a woman's private area?

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The vagina is, of course, the correct word to describe female genitals. But while 'vagina' is the clinically correct term, squeamishness continues to surround the use of the word. In addition, discussion of genitals male or female is often considered racy or even obscene. Some of these terms are essentially euphemisms—terms that are considered to be acceptable even in the mainstream media. Others are childish or silly, while still others are degrading or even downright disgusting.
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H ow did the word "beaver" come to mean a woman's vagina? DetailLover Profile bio tidbit goes here. P robably through nothing else but the fact that it's furry. No comments Permalink Share
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There appear to be a number of theories as to why the slang for the vagina or perhaps more precisely, the vulva is pussy. The most common derivation that I see in dictionaries and other resources is that it can be traced back to the Old Norse puss meaning "pouch" or "pocket". In that sense, it is not unlike the etymology of vagina which itself comes from the Latin vagina meaning "sheath" or "scabbard". According to Michael Sims , Old English had the word pusa or posa for "bag" and by the s, English saw the use of pusse to signify the vagina.
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