Means achieved orgasm, reached orgasm, climaxed sexually. To use "came" or "cummed" for an orgasm in the past tense? People actually get into arguments about this.
1. One argument is that since "cum" is pronounced same as "come" it's only natural to use the past tense of "came".
2. OTOH: A sportscaster would not say, "The batter flew out to left field." If the batter hit a pop fly, the sportscaster would say, "The batter flied out to left field." "Flew" in this case is absurd (except for a Red Bull commercial!). So by analogy "cummed" is acceptable.
In this writer's opinion, either "came" or "cummed" is acceptable. If you want an alternative that doesn't sound like a sexologist uttered it, there's always climax/climaxed. "I just orgasm'ed" is possible, too, if a bit stilted.
This is truly a case that argues for liberality of usage among even the most conservative speakers of American English. You do yourself and the language harm to over-scruple, and your sex life might suffer, too!
"I came four times last week by beating off." --
"Oh dang, I think I just came." "You mean you don't know?"
"You cummed in my mouth. You said you wouldn't." --
"Oh shit, I just cummed early." "Don't worry, big fella, you'll live to come again."
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