Top Definition
(noun)
1. anal suppository: small tapered plug of medication that is pressed up into the rectum thru the anus. May be compounded to relieve hemmorhoid pain or to deliver a drug which might attack the stomach lining such as a narcotic. Before the invention of ether, a cigar was inserted into the rectum of a non-smoker to dull the pain of abdominal surgery. An anal suppository is wax-like, formulated to melt at body temperature
2. vaginal suppository: small capsule-like plug of medication that is inserted into the vagina. Most common compounding is to treat a yeast infection. It is formulated to melt at body temperature
She thought she had a yeast infection so she got some suppositories from the chemist to treat it. They came with an insertion wand that made it easy to get them several inches up inside her vagina.
by Jake March 24, 2004
suppository:

Noun
Inflected forms: pl.sup·pos·i·to·ries A small plug of medication designed to melt at body temperature within a body cavity other than the mouth, especially the rectum or vagina. Also called bougie.
Etymology
Middle English, from Old French suppositorie, from Medieval Latin supposit*rium, from Late Latin, neuter of supposit*rius, placed under, from Latin suppositus, past participle of supp*nere, to put under
since paul's mouth was wired he had to take a suppository for medicine up the butt
by D'fo March 06, 2004
What a friend gives you while reading "Basic Kafka".
Chris gave Caleb a suppository with a marble banana while reading Chapter One of "Basic Kafka".
by freewilly/fathands July 10, 2008

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