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jism

and chism and gism and gizzum and jizz and jizzum
n. semen. (Usually objectionable.) This weird doctor took a sample of my gizzum and put it on a microscope slide.

jizz

verb
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Its long shabby tertials and the sandy worn plumage of an adult bird mean laymen (and women) often mistake this lovely little passerine for a sparrow, but once it takes flight and calls, the grace and jizz of a typical lark are evident.
Naturally, we were more inclined to the latter and from a multitude of starters (seven actually), I found the idea of shallot tart tatin with balsamic jizz irresistible.
I think of jizz as the "organism-as-a-whole" for a bird.
firing jets of joy, the juiciest jizz of the jungle.
I stopped in to see Shirley, a light skinned girl from back east, but it wasn't sex with her I wanted, so I jacked off on her stomach, then I rubbed my face in my own jizz.
Spotters who recognise the Purple Emperor's distinctive jizz (the pattern made by the butterfly's idiosyncrasies of flight and demeanour) can consider their's a good day's work.
It lacked, for example, the glossy black underparts of that species and the head shape and jizz did not quite match my recollection of the many Black Drongos I had seen previously in Asia.
More likely, "jazz" comes from either jass or jizz, which means 'semen' (the original piano music was common to houses of prostitution).
Watching Miranda perform naked in a burlesque house for freaks, Olympia thinks of men wanting to "grab her ass and pump jizz into her.