Definition of Male body
1. Noun. The body of a male human being.
Specialized synonyms: Adult Male Body, Man's Body
Terms within: Male Reproductive System, Family Jewels, Male Genital Organ, Male Genitalia, Male Genitals, Male Internal Reproductive Organ, Male Chest
Group relationships: Male, Male Person
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Literary usage of Male body
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1907)
"The measurements of the specimens figured are as follows: Male, body, ... Male. Body, length 2.56 mm., width .5 mm.; head, length .66 mm., width .5 mm. ..."
2. The Law of Heredity: A Study of the Cause of Variation, and the Origin of by William Keith Brooks (1883)
"This will happen in a female body as well as in a male body, but the gemmules are, in the latter case, much more likely to be transmitted to descendants, ..."
3. Medicolegal Aspects of Moral Offenses by Léon Henri Thoinot, Arthur Wisswald Weysse (1911)
"The nature of the fetiches in homosexual fetichism is similar: parts of the male body, or objects used by men.—The nature of the fetich is something very ..."
4. History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration in Its Relation to by Ludwig Choulant, Mortimer Frank, Fielding Hudson Garrison, Edward Clark Streeter (1920)
"the profile of a female body; a male body with the blood vessels; a male body ... These eight plates can be put together into four figures: a male body, ..."
5. Scientific Christianity: A Study in the Biology of Character by Gerald Rowley Leighton (1910)
"Germ-cells derived from a female body (eg a woman) are termed ova; whereas< those derived from a male body are termed sperms. They are not male and female ..."
6. Rhynchophora Or Weevils of North Eastern America by Willis Stanley Blatchley, Charles William Leng (1916)
"Male, body short, stout, reddish-brown, clothed with long, erect hairs, longer on sides. Pronotum darker, subquadrate, one-third broader than long, ..."
7. A Vocabulary of the Kashmírí Language: In Two Parts : Kashmírí-English, and by William Jackson Elmslie (1872)
"There is no separate noun for this part of the male body. The name of the testes includes the scrotum. ..."