Perv



[purv] /pɜrv/

noun, Slang.
1.
a sexual pervert.
/pɜːv/
noun
1.
a pervert
2.
(Austral) an erotic glance or look
verb (intransitive)
3.
(Austral) to give a person an erotic look
n,

also perve, 1944, slang shortening of (sexual) pervert (n.). As a slang verb, by 1941 as “to act erotically” (intransitive), by 1959 as “to eroticize” something (transitive).

noun

A pervert; one with unconventional sexual tastes: perv at the convenience store (1944+)

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