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Grundle

noun; blending
The perineum.
 
I heard this word first used by a family friend at dinner. He is fourteen years old, so the word seems to appeal to a more juvenile demographic. However, when he explained what “grundle” meant to a table full of adults, laughter erupted from the table. Even though this dinner was meant to be formal, this moment of grossness felt almost like a relief. The conversation then shifted to synonyms for that word, and the whole table seemed to bond over “grundle” because none of us made a big deal over this high school freshman’s vocabulary.
Etymology : Probably formed from the blending of ‘groin’ and another word, possibly ‘bundle.’
Source : “I can’t walk— my grundle hurts.” (Family friend, 11-30-2019)
Last modified: 10 December 2019


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