The Alternative Italian Dictionary: pippone

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Main form pippone
Transcribed form
Pronunciation
Grammatical description masc. noun
Strength neutral / common slang
Translation Very long and boresome thing
Literal translation
Note The word, mainly used in Rome, comes from "pippa", singular of "pippe", i.e. male masturbation, with the suffix "one", meaning "big". The term "pistolotto", with the same meaning, is more frequent.
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