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pederasty

 [ped″er-as´te]
anal intercourse between a man and a boy.

ped·er·as·ty

(ped'ĕr-as'tē),
Homosexual anal intercourse, especially when practiced on boys.
[G. paiderastia; fr. pais (paid-), boy, + eraō, to long for]

pederasty

/ped·er·as·ty/ (ped″er-as´te) anal intercourse between a man and a boy.

pederasty

Psychiatry Homosexual anal intercourse between men–active partners and boys–passive partners. See Ephebophilia, NAMBLA, Pedophilia.

ped·er·as·ty

(pe'dĕr-as-tē)
Sexual relations between a man and a boy.
Synonym(s): paederasty.
[G. paiderastia; fr. pais (paid-), boy, + eraō, to long for]

pederasty

Anal intercourse, especially with a boy.
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