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1595-1605; < French < Latin tribad- (stem of tribas) < Greek tribás, equivalent to trib-, variant stem of trī́b(ein) to rub + -as (stem -ad-) -ade2. Related forms

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Each of the victims, he continues, “was flanked by tribades, who were free of all such intricate harnesses.” New York TimesFeb 10, 2014. It is called Lesbian love  ...

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[French, from Latin tribas, tribad-, from Greek, from trībein, to rub; see tribology.] trib′a·dism n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth ...

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Medical definition of tribade: a woman who practices tribadism.

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1977: I roused Zero's suspicions because I began to behave too much like a woman and he started to watch me warily for signs of the tribade. If he had spied  ...

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Tribade definition: a lesbian , esp one who practises tribadism | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Definition of tribade in the Definitions.net dictionary. ... Information and translations of tribade in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the ...

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Origin of tribade. French from Latin tribas tribad- from Greek from trībein to rub ; see tribology . Related Forms: trib′a·dism. noun. The American Heritage® ...

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Jul 12, 2004 ... a lesbian, particularly one for whom the act of tribadism is the primary means of sex.