The erectile external sexual organ of males, used in copulation, and in mammals, also for urination.
The male sex organ outside the body between the legs. It is made of soft spongy tissue and blood vessels. This is what a male uses to urinate. Most of the time it is small and soft, but when a male gets excited it gets larger and stiff or erect. A penis must be erect for a condom to be put on it. The tip of the PENIS is very sensitive and gives the male a lot of pleasure when it is touched. The hole at the top is covered by a mucous membrane. Germs that cause STDs, including HIV, can get into that hole during sex without a latex condom. This could happen during oral or anal sex. Also through vaginal sex if any blood, cervical or vaginal secretions with STD germs, including HIV, in them get inside this hole. Slang terms: Cock, dick, peter, putz, schlong, schwantz, wang, willie.
The male organ through which semen and urine pass.
A man's sexual organ.
fibro-elastic with no glans penis; the distal 5-6cm has a counter-clockwise coil which "locks" into the cervix of the female; the urethral orifice is a small slit 1 cm from the distal end of the penis; the sigmoid flexure is located cranial to the scrotum
The male reproductive organ. The average size is disputed, most Internet surveys claim around 6"; closer to 5.5" is probably a little more accurate.
Male organ through which urination takes place. The penis is mainly made up of erectile tissue, and when the penis becomes erect (rigid) it can then act as a sexual organ and release fluid containing sperm into the female.
L. = a tail.
male excretory/reproductive organ; located just posterior to the umbilical cord in male fetal pigs
The primary sex organ of the male.
The male reproductive organ involved in sexual intercourse and elimination of urine.
male organ through which sperm is ejaculated to impregnate a woman. The penis contains tissue that becomes erect, and engorged with blood during sexual arousal.
the male organ of copulation (`member' is a euphemism)
a male sexual organ, the vulva, female
the shaft shaped organ that hangs outside the male body. Also known as 'cock' or 'dickâ€(tm).
the male external genital organ that conveys semen to the female during sexual intercourse. The penis consists of a distal head, or glans penis, and a main body or shaft. The glans penis is covered in part by a fold of skin called the prepuce (or foreskin), which is removed during circumcision.
Latin = tail, the male organ of copulation (cf. appendix, appendage).
In men, a cylindrical structure with the capacity to be flaccid or erect, providing passage for both urine and semen.
the eversible organ (not present in all groups)
The male intromittent organ that facilitates transfer of sperm. In hummingbirds, there is no penis, so copulation consists of the touching of the tips of the cloacas of the two mating birds.
(PEE-nihs) The external reproductive organ of the male through which most of the urethra extends.
Multipurpose male organ responsible for sexual pleasure, reproduction and elimination of urine and semen.
the male organ used in urination and intercourse
The male sex organ, also used to pass urine as well as semen.
male copulatory organ.
The male sex organ that engorges with blood and becomes erect. It is inserted into the vagina during sexual intercourse and expels semen when a man reaches an orgasm.
PEE-niss Dick or Cock
The male reproductive organ, through which semen exits during ejaculation
The male organ used for urination and sex.
the male sexual organ
An external male reproductive organ. It contains a tube called the urethra, which carries semen and urine to the outside of the body.
PEE-nis Male sex organ. 197
Part of a man's body used for urinating and in sexual activity.
(L. penis, tail) The male reproductive organ.
one of the male genital organs. See Sexual intercourse, and page 24.
Male organ for urination and sexual intercourse.
Also referred to as cock or lingam. Male external genital organ consisting of two cylinders of spongy tissue, thin walled blood vessels, and encapsulated by a thick membrane. The penis allows the discharge of urine and semen through the urethra, and provides sexual pleasure.
The external male organ of urination and reproduction.
The external male sex organ used to copulate and ejaculate semen and to convey urine outside the body. In Latin, the word "penis" originally meant "a tail ." The Latin "penis" is related to the verb pendere meaning "to hang down." See the entire definition of Penis
The male sex organ, which consists of a head called glans, and the shaft or body. At the tip of the glans is the urethral opening, through which urine and semen leave the body. The shaft or the body of the penis is made of spongy tissue and blood vessels. And it fills with blood an grows in size (becomes erect) during sexual excitement.
The external male sex organ; used to ejaculate semen, and to expel urine. For more information, click here.
The external male reproductive organ through which seminal fluid and urine can pass.
Male reproductive organ involved in deposition of semen into the cervix of the female during natural mating. See illustration, page 43.
the external reproductive organ of the male. The penis is made up of two parts, the shaft and the glans. The glans is the tip of the penis, while the shaft is the main part of the penis and contains the tube (urethra) that drains the bladder. All boys are born with a foreskin, or a covering over the tip of the penis. Some boys are circumcised, which means that this covering of skin is removed. Other boys are not circumcised and may have skin that covers the tip of the penis.
the male sex organ through which sperm cells leave the body; it also discharges urine
The male reproductive and sex organ, made up of the shaft, which is the body of the penis, and the head, which is also called the glans. When the spongy tissue inside the penis fills with blood, the penis becomes erect, and the man can have intercourse. Semen is ejaculated from the penis. In addition to being used for sexual and reproductive functions, a man also urinates through his penis.
The outer reproductive organ of a male.
One of the external structures of the male reproductive system, along with the scrotum and testicles.
The male organ of sexual intercourse.
THE MALE SEX ORGAN CONSISTING OF HEAD, SHAFT AND BASE....
The primary male sex organ. During foreplay, the erectile tissue in the husband's penis fills with blood and it becomes erect and hard. This enables it to enter the vagina and deliver an ejaculation of semen within swimming distance of the wife's egg.
The male external sex organ.
the male's organ of copulation and urination
The penis of the Arachnida is an intromitent organ, present exclusively in the order Opiliones. It consists of a long shaft, the truncus, and a terminal capsule called glans, containing the stylus and ejaculatory duct. It may have from one to three muscles, or none in the specialized lineage Grassatores, where the penis is operated by haemolymph pressure.