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Definition of Phallically
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Literary usage of Phallically
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1. Egyptian belief and modern thought by James Bonwick (1878)
"... Myth" speaks of the " handled cross, which phallically represents the combined linga and yoni." Simply a phallus, it became, by the union of the circle ..."
2. An Archaic Dictionary: Biographical, Historical, and Mythological, from the by William Ricketts Cooper (1876)
"... phallically. AB. An Egyptian name of the Island of Elephantine. ABA. The royal scribe of an unnamed Egyptian queen, of the XXVIth dynasty. ABAA. ..."
3. Short Studies in the Science of Comparative Religions: Embracing All the by James George Roche Forlong (1897)
"... they would have said Agama Buda"—the form of Nature worship in which Hari-Hara (Siva and Vishnu) are phallically symbolized by Buds, cf. Ind. Arch. ii. ..."
4. Psychology of the Unconscious: A Study of the Transformations and Symbolisms by Carl Gustav Jung (1916)
"It portrays a row of six naked ithyphallic men who carry a plough represented phallically (Dieterich: "Mutter Erde," p. 107). The "carrus navalis" of our ..."