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  • It's the complement to "phallus", a generalized symbol of the feminine. It may superficially resemble a female sex organ, like an oval or a scallop shape. I've only heard it in mystic or occult contexts.

    "Georgia O'Keeffe's work is notoriously kteisic."

    July 13, 2009