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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.
pandering the act of procuring 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.