Definition of Tribade

1. Noun. A female homosexual.

Exact synonyms: Gay Woman, Lesbian
Specialized synonyms: Butch, Dike, Dyke
Generic synonyms: Gay, Homo, Homophile, Homosexual
Derivative terms: Lesbian



Definition of Tribade

1. Noun. a lesbian ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tribade

1. a lesbian [n -S] : TRIBADIC [adj] - See also: lesbian

Medical Definition of Tribade

1. A lesbian, especially one who obtains sexual pleasure by rubbing her external genitalia against those of another woman. Origin: G. Tribo, to rub (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tribade

triaziquone
triazolam
triazole
triazole cytochrome P-450-obtusifoliol-14-demethylase
triazoles
triazolide
triazoline
triazolinone
triazolinones
triazologuanine
triazolone
triazolones
triazolopyridine
triazolopyridines
triazolyl
tribade (current term)
tribades
tribadic
tribadies
tribadism
tribadisms
tribadistic
tribady
tribal
tribal chief
tribal sheik
tribal sheikh
tribal society
tribalesque
tribalisation

Literary usage of Tribade

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1. Memoirs of the Courts of Berlin and St. Petersburg by Honoré-Gabriel de Riquetti Mirabeau (1910)
"THE most distressing incident possible has just happened to me. It is a very extraordinary story. Madame de F the famous tribade, coming from the waters of ..."

2. Pictures of Travel by Heinrich Heine (1856)
"... Pythagorean character ; he is a patine in his poems ; he is a woman, and one, at that, who has a passion for her own sex—in fact, a masculine tribade. ..."

3. Principles of chemical philosophy by Josiah Parsons Cooke (1874)
"... is found in the fact that whereas a monobasic acid can only form one salt with a univalent radical, a dibasic acid can form two, and a tribade three. ..."

4. Psychopathia Sexualis, with Especial Reference to the Antipathic Sexual by Richard Krafft-Ebing (1922)
"... he styles as "monsters of masculine gender in opposition to which the passive tribade is as perfect a woman as the active pa;dicator is a perfect man". ..."

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