Found under “G” in the dictionary

GREEK ALARM CLOCK

A Greek Alarm Clock is a type of vibrator, usually inserted into the anus.

The basic form of the Greek Alarm Clock is simply an adapted vibrator with a built in alarm, which when triggered, makes the device vibrate with a pleasurable rhythm. More sophisticated versions have an attachment which allows the vibrator to remain in the anus while the user is sleeping, with appendages allowing for easy withdrawal in the morning, as well as a “sleep” function.

Offshoots of the Greek Alarm Clock include devices with a similar function adapted for vaginal use in the form of more typical dildoes and pessaries.

A further branching from the Greek Alarm Clock is a penis ring, worn at the base of the erect penis to keep it tumescent for as long as possible, equipped with a vibrating function.

Some fancier Greek Alarm Clocks are equipped with bells and whistles.

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