American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The penis of an animal, especially a bull.
- n. A whip made from a bull's penis.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The penis of an animal, as a bull.
- n. The penis of an animal.
- n. A baton made from the penis of an ox, once used to beat men and animals.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The penis; -- so called in some animals, as the bull.
- From Low German pesel or West Flemish pezel, diminutive of Middle Dutch pese ("a sinew, tendon, string, pizzle"), from Old Dutch *pisa (“sinew, string, fibre”). Cognate with Dutch pezel, Middle Low German pese ("tendon. bowstring"), Dutch pees ("sinew, tendon"), German dialectal Peserick ("pizzle"). (Wiktionary)
- Possibly from Low German pēsel, diminutive of Middle Low German pese, penis, tendon. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“On a day that was full of chilly damp pizzle and various disappointments it was playful and chilling, thrilling and light-of-touch from the first word to the last.”
“Compare some of these to what's said this political season: â¢ "You starveling, you eel skin, you bull's pizzle!" â¢ "You stock-fish, you bow case!”
“• "You starveling, you eel skin, you bull's pizzle!”
“The coyote shambles, crow-hops, keeps his head low, and without fur, his now visible pizzle is a sad red protuberance, his hind legs the backward image of a bandy-legged grandfather, stripped.”
“Pakak was twenty-eight and thought his pizzle was as good a way as any to get to know other people, women mostly, but he often wondered if being stuck in a man hole would be drastically different apart from the political implications of course.”
“I once called my professor a bull's pizzle, now with added Latin comments:”
“I once called my professor a bull's pizzle, now with added Latin”
““I think you should eliminate the size of his pizzle,” he commented.”
“I did not stop but once to pizzle and check my pulse and as the light broke I knocked on Mum's door.”
“Albeit the pizzle so labelled does tend to impress most immediately, the whole array is pretty persuasive further argument for vegetarianism.”
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Euphemisms for the penis.
A Testicle by Any Other Name
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funny names for the private parts.
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