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Dickmatize

blending; verb
the act of becoming codependent, attached, or entranced to someone due to the high quality of sexual prowess.
 
Possible origin of coinage could stem from a need for a colorful, expressive, and obvious term of description for the trance-like state present after encountering an above-average sexual partner.
Etymology : blend of "dick" and "hypnotize". Dick from "fellow, lad, man," 1550s, rhyming nickname for Rick, short for Richard, one of the commonest English names, it has long been a synonym for "fellow," and so most of the slang senses are probably very old, but naturally hard to find in the surviving records. The meaning "penis" is attested from 1891 in Farmer's slang dictionary (possibly British army slang). Hypnotic from 1620s, "inducing sleep," originally used of drugs, from French hypnotique (16c.) and '-ize', a word-forming element used to make verbs, Middle English -isen, from Old French -iser, from Late Latin -izare, from Greek -izein.
Source : (Khia "Dickmatize", 4-5-13)
Last modified: 25 November 2013


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