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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The etymology of the clinical term ''Smelly Snatch Syndrome'' has been heavily disputed over. According to [[Aristotle]]<ref name=Aristotle>Yes, him.</ref>, the term comes from the [[Greek language|Greek]] words ''σμελλυς'' (a term referring to the concept of a sense of smell), ''σνακκος'' (the Greek word for ''vagina''), and ''συνδρομος'' (which means ''syndrome''). The Greek words would have come to English [[via]] the [[Latin]] words ''smellys'', ''snaccus'', and ''syndromus'' and later the [[Spanish|Old French]] words ''esmellie'', ''esnache'', and ''esyndrome'', which correspond to [[French language|Modern French]] ''émèlie'', ''énâche'', and ''ésyndrôme''. Aristotle's<ref name=Aristotle></ref> belief, however, is contested by [[al-Farabi]], who maintains that the term comes from the [[Persian|Persian]] phrase "''سملی سناچ سیندروم.‏''" ("''Simellī snāche sendirōme.''"), which means "Dayum, dat pussay reeks." A more recent theory of the etymology of the term{{who}} hypothesizes that it comes from the three [[English language|English]] words ''smelly'' (something that is unpleasant to the nose), ''snatch'' (a slang term denoting the [[vulva]]), and ''syndrome'' (a type of [[illness]]).
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The etymology of the clinical term ''Smelly Snatch Syndrome'' has been heavily disputed over. According to [[Aristotle]]<ref name=Aristotle>Yes, him.</ref>, the term comes from the [[Greek language|Greek]] words ''σμελλυς'' (a term referring to the concept of a sense of smell), ''σνακκος'' (the Greek word for ''vagina''), and ''συνδρομος'' (which means ''syndrome''). The Greek words would have come to English [[via]] the [[Latin]] words ''smellys'', ''snaccus'', and ''syndromus'' and later the [[Spanish|Old French]] words ''esmellie'', ''esnache'', and ''esyndrome'', which correspond to [[French language|Modern French]] ''émèlie'', ''énâche'', and ''ésyndrôme''. Aristotle's<ref name=Aristotle></ref> belief, however, is contested by [[al-Farabi]], who maintains that the term comes from the [[Persian|Persian]] phrase "''سملی سناچ سیندروم.‏''" ("''Simellī snāche sendirōme.''"), which means "Dayum, dat pussay stanks." A more recent theory of the etymology of the term{{who}} hypothesizes that it comes from the three [[English language|English]] words ''smelly'' (something that is unpleasant to the nose), ''snatch'' (a slang term denoting the [[vulva]]), and ''syndrome'' (a type of [[illness]]).
   
 
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Smelly Snatch Syndrome, commonly abbreviated SSS, is a disease of the the vagina that causes it to smell really bad.

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The etymology of the clinical term Smelly Snatch Syndrome has been heavily disputed over. According to Aristotle[1], the term comes from the Greek words σμελλυς (a term referring to the concept of a sense of smell), σνακκος (the Greek word for vagina), and συνδρομος (which means syndrome). The Greek words would have come to English via the Latin words smellys, snaccus, and syndromus and later the Old French words esmellie, esnache, and esyndrome, which correspond to Modern French émèlie, énâche, and ésyndrôme. Aristotle's[1] belief, however, is contested by al-Farabi, who maintains that the term comes from the Persian phrase "سملی سناچ سیندروم.‏" ("Simellī snāche sendirōme."), which means "Dayum, dat pussay stanks." A more recent theory of the etymology of the term[who?] hypothesizes that it comes from the three English words smelly (something that is unpleasant to the nose), snatch (a slang term denoting the vulva), and syndrome (a type of illness).

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Yes, him.
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