Definition of Male genital organ
1. Noun. External male sex organs.
Group relationships: Male Body, Male Reproductive System
Generic synonyms: Crotch, Genital Organ, Genitalia, Genitals, Private Parts, Privates
Terms within: Scrotum, Ball, Ballock, Bollock, Egg, Nut, Orchis, Testicle, Testis, Male Reproductive Gland, Member, Penis, Phallus
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Literary usage of Male genital organ
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1914)
"... aside as having no bearing on "Sex and Heredity," for this second exclusively male character is the male genital organ itself—the intromittent organ. ..."
2. Handbook of Zoology by Jan van der Hoeven (1856)
"male genital organ a simple spiculum, long, ... male genital organ a long spiculum with a contorted accessory part. ..."
3. The Zoological Record ...: Being Records of Zoological Literature by Zoological Record Association (London, England), Zoological Society of London (1869)
"Oviduct placed as a continuation of the same. A receptaculum seminis wanting, as in Nematodes. male genital organ single, ..."
4. A System of Legal Medicine by Allan McLane Hamilton, Edwin Lawrence Godkin (1894)
"In the observance of the Phallic worship of ancient Egypt, stones shaped like the adult male genital organ were forced into the vaginae of children in order ..."
5. The Physiology of the Domestic Animals: A Text-book for Veterinary and by Robert Meade Smith (1890)
"That this process, which is termed coition, may be accomplished the erection of the male genital organ, the penis, is essential in order to permit its ..."
6. Guide to the Study of Insects and a Treatise on Those Injurious and by Alpheus Spring Packard (1878)
"The male genital organ is originally composed of three pairs (two pairs, apparently, in sE*- ..„ chna, Fig. 19) of tubercles all arising from the ninth ..."