by Reel Gangsta May 18, 2015
by Cal Hunter March 29, 2005
I used to be a Catholic Priest. When I was ordained, I asked the Cardinal, "Now, what kind of woman did you say I could have sex with?". I was certain he said, "Nun". But, one day, when he walked in on me fucking a nun, he kicked me out of the Church -- permanently!
by Father JesseppeTestosterone May 27, 2006
by Religious nun March 22, 2017
by Real Gangsta in da House July 16, 2005
A female prostitute.
Etymology: Since the Elizabethan era, the word "nun" has been slang for a prostitute, likely due to anti-Catholic sentiment engendered by Protestant reformers outraged by the corruption of the Medieval church. (Modern reference: William Faulkner, "Requiem for a Nun"). A nunnery referred to a brothel.
See also: Abbess, Bordello, Brothel, Crib, Humpty dump, Nunnery, Whorehouse
"When Hamlet impugns Ophelia 'Get thee to a nunnery,' the salaciousness of the remark can only be undertood if one knows that a 'nun' was Elizabethan slang for whore and a nunnery was a whorehouse."
Tobias St, Lazare, "Who Will Walk With William? Shakespeare for Students?" (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1967)
by Twathenge April 10, 2006