Dr Quimn, Mad Woman broadcast in There is a lesbian magazine titled Quimand related to the term are the portmanteau words 'queef', 'kweef', 'quiff', and 'queefage', all meaning 'vaginal fart' and derived from 'quim' in combination with 'whiff'. In addition to the clumsily Anglicised 'quim', 'cwm' was also adopted into English with the more accurate phonetic spelling 'coombe', from the Old English 'cumb'. Indeed, so common is the word in English placenames that Morecambe Bay is often mis-spelt Morecombe:
Sir Alexander's house To the Comic Play-Readers, Venery and Laughter The fashion of play-making I can properly compare to nothing so naturally as the alteration in apparel: And as the doublet fellneater inventions began to set up.
Now in the time of spruceness, our plays follow the niceness of our garments: Such a kind of light-colour summer stuff, mingled with diverse colours, you shall find this published comedy, good to keep you in an afternoon from dice, at home in your chambers; and for venery you shall find enough for sixpencebut well couched and you mark it, for Venus being a woman passes through the play in doublet in breeches, a brave disguise and a safe one if the statute untie not her codpiece point.
The book I make no question but is fit for many of your companies, as well as the person itself, and may be allowed both galley room at the playhouse, and chamber room at your lodging. Worse things I must needs confess the world has taxed her for than has been written of her; but 'tis the excellency of a writer to leave things better than he finds 'em; though some obscene fellow that cares not what he writes against others, yet keeps a mystical bawdy-house himself, and entertains drunkards to make use of their pockets and vent his private bottle-ale at midnightthough such a one would have ripped up the most nasty vice that ever hell belched forth and presented it to a modest assembly, yet we rather wish in such discoveries, where reputation lies bleeding, a slackness of truth than a fullness of slander.
Thomas Middleton A play expected long makes the audience look For wonders, that each scene should be a book, Compos'd to all perfection; each one comes And brings a play in's head with him: Only we entreat you think our scene Cannot speak high, the subject being but mean: A roaring girl whose notes till now never were Shall fill with laughter our vast theatre ; That's all which I dare promise: I see attention sets wide ope her gates Of hearing, and with covetous list'ning waits, To know what girl this roaring girl should be, For of that tribe are many.
One is she That roars at midnight in deep tavern bowls, That beats the watch, and constables controls; Another roars i' th' daytime, swears, stabs, gives bravesYet sells her soul to the lust of fools and slaves.
Both these are suburb roarers. Then there's beside A civil city roaring girl, whose pride, Feasting, and riding, shakes her husband's stateAnd leaves him roaring through an iron grate.
None of these roaring girls is ours: Thus her character lies; Yet what need characters, when to give a guess Is better than the person to express? But would you know who 'tis? Would you hear her name?
She is call'd mad Moll; her life, our acts proclaim. NEATFOOT The young gentleman our young master, Sir Alexander's son, is it into his ears, sweet damsel emblem of fragility, you desire to have a message transported, or to be transcendent?
MARY A private word or two, sir, nothing else. I will, fairest tree of generation, watch when our young master is erected, that is to say, up, and deliver him to this your most white hand.
Hath he notion of your name, I beseech your chastity? MARY One, sir, of whom he bespake falling bands. If you please to venture your modesty in the hall amongst a curl-pated company of rude serving-men, and take such as they can set before you, you shall be most seriously and ingeniously welcome.
MARY I have [dined] indeed already, sir. MARY Not now in truth, sir. MARY I humbly thank you, sir. Is full of bitter sorrows, I could smile To see this formal ape play antic tricks: But in my breast a poisoned arrow sticks, And smiles cannot become me.
Love woven slightly, Such as thy false heart makes, wears out as lightly, But love being truly bred i' th' the soul like mine Bleeds even to death at the least wound it takes: The more we quench this [fire]the less it slakes. Enter Sebastian Wengrave with Neatfoot.
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