The front part of the area of your body on which you wear underwear is an example of your groin.
He pulled a muscle in his groin.
He got kicked in the groin and was writhing in pain.
In the scrum he somehow got groined.
She groined him and ran to the car.
Other Word Forms
Origin of groin
- Alteration (influenced by loin) of Middle English grinde perhaps from Old English grynde abyss, hollow
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- French grogner (“to grunt, grumble”).