The Ass Full of Cum
Vocabulary List


We are very proud here at Ass Full of Cum
to present this growing list of interesting,
lesser know and antiquated words that would
make your ears perk up if heard in conversation.


adipocere n. The crumbly white, waxy substance that accumulates on those parts of the body that contain fat - the cheeks, breasts, abdomen and buttocks. Also known as grave wax. It is the product of a chemical reaction in which fats react with water and hydrogen in the presence of bacterial enzymes, breaking down into fatty acids and soaps. Adipocere is resistant to bacteria and can protect a corpse, slowing further decomposition. Adipocere starts to form within a month after death and has been recorded on bodies that have been exhumed after 100 years. If a body is readily accessible to insects, adipocere is unlikely to form.

man corn n. A sacred meal of the Nahuatl people consisting of the flesh of sacrificed victims cooked with corn in a broth. Known as tlacatlaolli in Nahuatl.

spermule n. A sperm cell.

diphallus n. Duplication of the penis. There are three types of diphallus: a true diphallus, a bifid phallus and a pseudodiphallus.

coprolite n. Prehistoric fossilized feces.

castoreum n. The musky oil produced by beavers to grease their coats and mark scent mounds. The perfume industry extracts it from beaversí anal musk glands to ad a smoothing and rounding note to raspberry flavorings. In the Middle Ages, castoreum was a used to cure ailments ranging from headaches to impotence. It is high in salicylic acid - the basic ingredient of aspirin.

civet n. Substance extracted from the anal glands of civet cats (weasel-like animals from Asia) and used in the perfume industry. Civet was once widely used in meat flavorings, cheese, and other foods to help blend a mix of flavors or fragrances.

pica n. An eating disorder where an individual intentionally and/or compulsively ingests nonnutritive substances for a period of at least 1 month at an age in which this behavior is developmentally inappropriate. Individuals with pica have been reported to mouth and/or ingest a wide variety of nonfood substances, including, but not limited to, clay, dirt, sand, stones, pebbles, hair, feces, lead, laundry starch, vinyl gloves, plastic, pencil erasers, ice, fingernails, paper, paint chips, coal, chalk, wood, plaster, light bulbs, needles, string, and burnt matches.

cecotrope n. Soft, moist and pungent rabbit dropping stored in the cecum and passed at night, hence the term night feces.

anal vein n. One of several veins in the rear portion of the wing of an insect.

titman n. A small or studented person, in use in the 19th century. Henry David Thoreau uses it in Reading in Walden, "We are a race of titmen, and soar but a little higher in our intellectual flights than the columns of the daily paper." Tit and titman are still used in New England by farmers to refer to the runt of a litter of pigs.

polyorchidism n. A developmental anomaly characterized by the presence of one or more supernumerary testes. A polyorchid is is a man with at least three testes. You want more info about polyorchidism?

vomica n. pl. vom∑i∑cae (-s)
1. Profuse expectoration of putrid matter
2. An abnormal pus-containing cavity, usually in a lung, caused by deterioration. of tissue. The pus contained in such a cavity.


bubo n. pl. buboes

1. A large, grotesque growth caused by lymphatic swelling, especially in the armpit or groin, commonly developing as a symptom of bubonic plague, syphilis or gonorrhoea.

Derivative: bubonic. Said of a disease: characterized by the appearance of buboes. Relating to buboes.

Etymology: 14c: Latin, from Greek boubon the groin.


Ass Full of Cum