Crotch meaning

krŏch
A pole forked on top.
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(slang, euphemistic) Either the male or female genitalia.

He cringed at being kicked in the crotch.

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The definition of crotch is the part of the body between the legs where the legs join the torso, or the place on a pair of pants where the leg panels meet, or the angle formed when two parts join together.

The part of your body between your legs and under your torso is an example of your crotch.

The place where a tree trunk divides into two branches is an example of a crotch.

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The angle or region of the angle formed by the junction of two parts or members, such as two legs or branches.
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The fork of a pole or other support.
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A forked place, as where a tree trunk divides into two branches.
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The place where the legs fork from the human body.
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The seam or place where the legs of a pair of pants meet.
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The angle or region of the angle formed by the junction of two parts or members, such as two legs or branches.
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The area where something forks or branches, a ramification takes place.

There is a child sitting in a crotch of that tree.

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The (ventral) area of a person’s body where the legs fork from the trunk.

Every mile they rode their crotches felt worse saddlepain.

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Origin of crotch

  • Possibly alteration of crutch and partly from Middle English croche crook, crosier (from Old French croche hook, shepherd's crook) (feminine of croc hook crochet)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French croche (“shepherd's crook”)

    From Wiktionary