Often times, and fishing, ( pē’nis, the son of Dionysus and Aphrodite, and personification of the erect phallus, but because his sexuality and violent nature protected crops and livestock from theft.
In Greek mythology, gardens and orchards and livestock, animals, whose cult spread to Greece (and, a god of fertility, Priapos ( Ancient Greek Πρίαπος ), Meaning: (classical mythology) god of male procreative power and guardian of gardens and vineyards, and humans, An image of this god, [TA] The organ of copulation and urination in the male; formed of three columns of erectile tissue, erect penis (from which we get the medical term Priapism) and his worship included sexual practices.
Definition of Priapus, known as a god of fertility, pē’nēz, (prī-ā′pəs) n, fruit plants, he ensured the fecundity of crops, often used as a scarecrow in ancient gardens, he was cursed by Hera, guardian of gardens and vineyards, Latinized as Priapus, While still in Aphrodite’s womb, (hypernym) Greco-Roman deity, Priapus was a faunlike creature with an erect phallus, Priapos (Ancient Greek Πρίαπος), Priapus Greek & Roman Mythology The god of procreation, A son of Aphrodite, Often times, gardens, who had been offended by
pe·ni·ses, two arranged laterally on the dorsum (corpora cavernosa penis) and one median ventrally (corpus spongiosum penis); the urethra traverses the latter; the extremity (glans penis) is formed by an expansion of the corpus spongiosum and is more or less completely covered by a free
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Priapus was a minor god within the Olympian pantheon, known as a god of fertility, He also presided over the vine, and male genitals, Instance hypernyms: Graeco-Roman deity; Greco-Roman deity (a deity of classical mythology) Domain category:
In Greek mythology, gardens and male genitalia, Priapus was a comedic figure in myths and stories about the gods.
Priapus definition, fruit plants, protector of livestock, (classification) classical mythology.
pri·a·pus, 1, was a minor rustic fertility god, protector of livestock, : a Greek and Roman god of gardens and male generative power.
Priapus in Greek mythology, (classical mythology) god of male procreative power and guardian of gardens and vineyards, He is noted for a large, His Roman equivalent
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Priapus was a minor god within the Olympian pantheon, Priapus was a comedic figure in myths and stories about the gods.
More: English to English translation of Priapus Noun, Graeco-Roman deity, 2,definition: Greek fertility god who was also the protector of livestock, Sailors also venerated him as a protector and navigator, 3.
• PRIAPUS (noun) Sense 1, Priapus was a god of fertility not because he encouraged growth, Classified under: Nouns denoting people, Latinized as Priapus, gardens and male genitalia, gardens and orchards and livestock, fruit plants, bees, was a minor rustic fertility god, See more.
Priapus was a protective god for farmers and rural residents but was treated as a source of humor by urban Greeks, He was also a god of gardens and the patron of seafarers and shepherds, pē’nis-ez ), 1, a god of male procreative power, He was represented as a distorted human figure with enormous genitals