Etymology
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flaccid (adj.)

1610s, from French flaccide or directly from Latin flaccidus "flabby, pendulous, weak, drooping," from flaccus "flabby, flap-eared," which is of uncertain origin (OED suggests it's imitative). Related: Flaccidly; flacidness; flaccidity; flaccescency.

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Definitions of flaccid

flaccid (adj.)
drooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness;
a flaccid penis
flaccid (adj.)
out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance;
flaccid cheeks
Synonyms: soft / flabby
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