Definition of Phallicism

1. n. See Phallism.



Definition of Phallicism

1. Noun. The worship of the penis or phallus, especially connected with fertility. ¹

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Definition of Phallicism

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Medical Definition of Phallicism

1. Worship of the male genitalia. Synonym: phallism. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phallicism

phalaropes
phalera
phalerae
phall
phallacidin
phallacin
phallalgia
phallectomies
phallectomy
phalli
phallic
phallic phase
phallic stage
phallic tubercle
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phallicism (current term)
phallicisms
phallicness
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phallin
phallins
phallisacin
phallisin
phallism
phallisms
phallist
phallists
phallitis
phallo-
phallocampsis

Literary usage of Phallicism

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1. The Theosophical Review by Theosophical Publishing Society (London, England) (1896)
"BUDDHISM, CHRISTIANITY AND phallicism. BY HP BI. ... phallicism appeared in 1884, just at a time when all the French and English papers heralded the arrival ..."

2. History of the Moorish Empire in Europe by Samuel Parsons Scott (1904)
"... phallicism — H uman Sacrifices — Importance and Power of the Jews — Christianity in Arabia — Poetry, its Subjects and Character — The ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"In consonance with these facts and this principle, phallicism was both a primitive and ... phallicism still so combines in the cosmologies of the Japanese; ..."

4. Pathological Aspects of Religions by Josiah Morse (1906)
"phallicism. In the religions of primitive peoples this relationship appears, as we should expect, more clearly than in those of 111 ..."

5. The Antiquarian Magazine & Bibliographer by Edward Walford (1885)
"phallicism. Celestial and Terrestrial, Heathen and Christian, its Connection with the Rosicrucians and the Gnostics, and its Foundation in Buddhism. ..."

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