n. A euphemism for the word "vagina."
Yes, we've been bombarded with all things Britney as of late, what with the tabs covering every minute of her drunken carousing in Vegas and L.A. And though we can now say we've seen her vajayjay, we cannot lay claim to having seen a pic of her second child.
—“Paparazzi,” Winnipeg Free Press, January 25, 2007
And then there's Grey's Anatomy, which features doctors, medical drama and a whole heap of sexy stuff involving those doctors. You'd think that certain allowances could be made. Still, creator Rhimes told us that she was obliged to create the word "vajayjay" for "vagina" in scripts because of endless hassle with the [Standards & Practices] department. "They told me we couldn't say 'vagina' one more time in our show." Now, of course the word "vajayjay" has entered the popular lexicon among female fans of the show.
—John Doyle, “Why Housewives don't show nipples,” The Globe and Mail, January 23, 2007
2006 (earliest)
On Valentine's Day, a team of enthusiastic women at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi were all heart as they ran through 30 nicknames for one's "vajayjay" or "hoohah" during rehearsals of "The Vagina Monologues."
—Cassandra Hinojosa, “Women take fear out of hush-hush subject in 'Vagina Monologues',” Corpus Christi Caller-Times, February 21, 2006
This word started appearing in blogs and other online sources in mid-2005.
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