Deriving from the Latin Words: Lignum and Colligio

Colignia : nf. Plywood, fiberboard, particleboard, etc., or a collection of such materials; (slang) an erection constricted by exceptionally tight or close-fitting underwear or trousers
Dude, I’m wearing these damned nuthuggers, and when I saw Tracy lean over the copy machine this morning I got the worst colignia ever.

Combination of L. colligio “to compress” and lignum “wood”. Coligniae (pl.); coligniofic (adj.)
by Ryan Doss May 10, 2007

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