Definition of Armpit. Meaning of Armpit. Synonyms of Armpit

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Definition of Armpit

Armpit
Armpit Arm"pit`, n. [Arm + pit.] The hollow beneath the junction of the arm and shoulder; the axilla.

Meaning of Armpit from wikipedia

- The axilla (also, armpit, underarm or oxter) is the area on the human body directly under the joint where the arm connects to the shoulder. It also contains...
- Armpit fetishism (also known as maschalagnia) is a type of partialism in which a person is ****ually attracted to armpits - something which may lead to...
- An armpit **** is a simulation of the sound of flatulence made by creating a pocket of air between the armpit of a partially raised arm and the hand, then...
- axillary (armpit) region, although the gland can also be found in the areola, anogenital region, and around the navel. In humans, the armpit regions seem...
- Overall, the main key feature armpit hair provides is to ease from skin-skin friction, and thus irritation, as the armpit when in its natural position...
- No. Title Length 1. "Whiskey River" 3:23 2. "Rocking Man" 5:25 3. "Rolling Home Again" 1:43 4. "Make Me Happy" 2:37 5. "Hot as a Docker's Armpit" 5:51...
- The axillary lymph nodes or armpit lymph nodes are lymph nodes in the human armpit. Between 20 and 49 in number, they drain lymph vessels from the lateral...
- The armpit effect in biology is a hypothesis that an individual learns to identify closely related individuals by their odor, comparing it to its own smell...
- The nagara or naghara is a drum used in the Middle East. There are several types of naghara, which is considered to be the lead instrument in folk ceremonies...
- Battle Mountain as the "Armpit of America." The town used the unofficial title as a publicity opportunity, and hosted an annual "Armpit Festival" from 2002–2005...