Liederlijk  

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"De Decamerone en The Canterbury Tales gaan terug op een middeleeuwse cultuur van liederlijke verhalen: farces en kluchten, sotternieën, fabliaux en boerdes (de gewaagde vertelsels van rondtrekkende minstrelen), vuile moppen en contes en vers."--De geschiedenis van de erotiek: van holbewoner tot Markies de Sade (2011) by J.-.W Geerinck

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Liederlijk is Dutch for bawdy, lewd, of loose morals, degenerate

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Etymology

NOT from lied, Dutch for song and suffix -lijk (Enlgish -ly).

Synonyms

Losbandig, lichtzinnig, zedeloos, ontuchtig.

-lyk

From Middle Dutch -lijc, from Old Dutch -līk, from Proto-West Germanic *-līk, from Proto-Germanic *-līkaz.

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