Inflected Form(s): plural lynx or lynx·es
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, from Greek; akin to Old English lox lynx and probably to Greek leukos white -- more at LIGHT
Date: 14th century
Date of urban adoption: circa mid-1990s
: a woman, typically in the 50s, who intentionally preys on younger men, who are typically in their early 20s. The term's urban use began pejoratively, and has thus far remained pejorative. Often among a group of inebriated friends the most inebriated is selected and encouraged to approach the lynx, to the glee of all those who witness the regrettable event.
Related terms: cougar puma
Warning Wearing too much of it will make everybody in the room vomit or pass out especially if its a real bad scent.
She is in the odd age range of being attractive to younger males who are interested in her sexual prowress, and the over older males who don;t want to have to deal with the 20 year olds drama or games. Has choice of boy toys or sugar daddies.
Can teach the young ones a few tricks, or enjoy lavish gifts. Is hot and in her sexual prime. Enjoys the attention of the younger men, and occasionally plays with a meal or two... ;)
Guy 2) Dude!! That Lynx can sink her nails in me anytime!!