Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of pen.
  • See peen.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A curiosity of County Monaghan is the presence of a feature called a pene-enclave jutting into neighbouring County Fermanagh in the west of the county.

    American Chronicle

  • I got a rather rude shock, though, when I put "pene" in Wikipedia, hoping for a definition of the prefix (I did this before I saw that you'd defined it) and it redirected to the article for "penis."

    Strange Maps

  • For reference, whenever the pronoun la appears without explanation, it usually refers either to la verga (the crudest Spanish word for, um, pene) or la madre.

    Albures, or Dirty Spanish 101

  • “Trust me, amiga, when a guy looks like that, he has abs of steel, and a pene to match.”

    Black Magic

  • Later he learned “pane” meant bread, and “pene” something else.

    Sono Canadese (I am from Canada)

  • Those cracks were widening into crevices, and the crevices to deep clefts, as they pene - trated to the center of the region.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • El mecanismo de accion de estos medicamentos inciden sobre la relajacion de los musculos y arterias del pene, consiguiendo como resultado que el pene se llene de sangre y alcance la ereccion.

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  • Crimes and punishments: Including a new translation of Beccaria's "dei delitti e delle pene" by Cesare Beccaria

    Ruth Marcus Supports Torture

  • Usted duerme mejor con el pene en una mano y el sissors en el otro ..... usted pedo parcialmente calvo viejo!

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • For example contrast the words peine (comb) which is pronounced PAY nay, not PAY neh, with pene (penis) which is pronounced PEH neh or PEH nay (most usual), again depending on the doctor speaking.

    he Spanish letter"e"

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  • Italian - penis. This is the standard, bereft-of-lewd-connotations word. There are plenty of other words in Italian to fill in different nuances.

    July 19, 2008