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Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.

catamite a boy kept for purposes of sexual perversion.
drabber someone who associates with drabs.
fleshmonger a whoremonger; a procurer.
ganymede (Greek) a catamite, a boy kept for purposes of sexual perversion.
gigolo (Fr.) a professional male dancing-partner or escort.
hoor a Scots and Irish form of whore; a difficult or unpleasant thing.
mack a pimp, a pander.
pandar one who procures sexual favours; (verb) to procure sexual favours.
pander one who procures sexual favours (verb) to procure sexual favours
panderer one who panders, procures sexual favours.
panderism the employment, arts, or practices of a pander.
panderly (Shakesp.) acting as a pander.
panderous of or relating to a pander.
paramour a lover of either sex, formerly in an innocent, now usually in the illicit, sense.
pimp one who controls a prostitute or prostitute; (verb) to solicit clients for a prostitute.
ponce a man who lives on the immoral earnings of a prostitute (verb) to live like this
poncy effeminate; snobby, ostentatious.
pornocracy government by harlots.
procurer someone who procures; a pander.
prostitute a person (usu a woman) who accepts money in return for sexual intercourse; (verb) to offer indiscriminately for sexual intercourse esp for money.
prostitution the act or practice of engaging in promiscuous sexual relations esp for money.
prozzie a prostitute.
soapland (Sl.) a red-light district.
souteneur (Fr.) a prostitute's pimp or bully.
superpimp a pimp controlling other pimps.
tom a male cat; (verb) to engage in prostitution.
waistcoateer (Obs.) a strumpet.