- (classical mythology) god of male procreative power and guardian of gardens and vineyards
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In Greek mythology, the god of fertility, son of Dionysus and Aphrodite, represented as grotesquely ugly, with an exaggerated phallus. He was later a Roman god of gardens, where his image was...
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Synonym: penis. ... Origin: L. Fr. Priapus (G. Priapos), god of procreation ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(classical mythology) god of male procreative power and guardian of gardens and vineyards
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in Greek religion, a god of animal and vegetable fertility whose originally Asian cult started in the Hellespontine regions, centring especially on ...
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In Marvel Comics, Priapus (named after the Greek god Priapus) was a super-villain leader of a cult based on sensual pleasures. He was searching for the Carnal Serpent, allegedly an artifact of extreme erotic power responsible for things such as Adam and Eve`s betrayal of God`s trust, to the obscenity that forced God to destr
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Priapus (prīā'pus) , in Greek religion, fertility god of gardens and herds; son of Aphrodite and Dionysus. He was represented as a grotesque little man with an enormous phallus. Priapus was important in fertility rites.
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Priapus was the Greek god of fertility in nature. He was a son of Dionysus and Aphrodite. He was blighted in the womb by Hera, and was born impotent, ugly and so foul natured that the gods refused to have him in Olympus and threw him down to earth where he was brought up by shepherds.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: prī′ă-pŭs Synonyms: penis
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In Greek mythology, the god of fertility, son of Dionysus and Aphrodite, represented as grotesquely ugly, with an exaggerated phallus. He was later a Roman god of gardens, where his image was frequently used as a scarecrow
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