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Phallus

ˈfaləs

Meanings of Phallus:

noun

A penis, especially when erect (typically used with reference to male potency or dominance).

Usage examples:

The hill figure is a naked man brandishing a club and displaying a huge phallus

Meanings of Phalluses:

noun

A penis, especially when erect (typically used with reference to male potency or dominance).

Usage examples:

The hill figure is a naked man brandishing a club and displaying a huge phallus

Meanings of Phanar:

noun

The area of istanbul which became the chief greek quarter after the ottoman conquest; the greek official class under the turks, through whom the affairs of the christian population in the ottoman empire were largely administered.

Meanings of Phanariot:

noun

A greek official in constantinople under the ottoman empire.

Usage examples:

The phanariots were the christian educated and professional middle class or the bourgeoisie of the …

Meanings of Phanatron:

noun

A thermionic diode rectifier utilizing an arc discharge in mercury vapour or gas at very low pressure.

Meanings of Phanerite:

noun

Any igneous rock containing macroscopic mineral grains.

Phanerogam

ˈfan(ə)rə(ʊ)ɡam

Meanings of Phanerogam:

noun

Old-fashioned term for spermatophyte.

Meanings of Phanerogamia:

noun

One of the two major divisions of plants, consisting of those having easily visible reproductive structures (flowers or cones) and comprising the angiosperms and the gymnosperms; (also phanerogamia) plants belonging to this division, phanerogams, spermatophytes.

Meanings of Phanerophyte:

noun

A plant (typically a tree, shrub, or climbing plant) that bears its dormant buds on stems or branches above the ground (specifically more than 50 centimetres above the ground).

Phanerozoic

ˌfæn.ə.rəˈzəʊ.ɪk

Meanings of Phanerozoic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the aeon covering the whole of time since the beginning of the cambrian period, and comprising the palaeozoic, mesozoic, and cenozoic eras.

Usage examples:

These hypotheses are difficult to test using phanerozoic fossils
noun

The phanerozoic aeon or the system of rocks deposited during it.

Usage examples:

By comparison with most of the phanerozoic, our age is bitterly cold and dry

Meanings of Phanerozonate:

adjective

Denoting, relating to, or characteristic of a group of starfishes distinguished by conspicuous marginal plates and comprising the order phanerozonia (now usually divided into two orders, paxillosida and valvatida).

Meanings of Phanotron:

noun

A thermionic diode rectifier utilizing an arc discharge in mercury vapour or gas at very low pressure.

Meanings of Phansigar:

noun

A member of a society or cult of professional robbers and murderers who strangled their victims.

Meanings of Phantascope:

noun

= phenakistoscope .

Meanings of Phantasiast:

noun

Chiefly with capital initial. a docetist who held that christ's body was only a phantasm, not a material substance.

Meanings of Phantasies:

noun

Variant spelling of fantasy (restricted to archaic uses or, in modern use, to the fields of psychology and psychiatry).

Meanings of Phantasist:

noun

A person who is given to fantasizing; = "fantast".

Meanings of Phantasize:

verb

Variant spelling of fantasize (restricted to archaic uses or, in modern use, to the fields of psychology and psychiatry).

Phantasm

ˈfæn.tæz.əm

Meanings of Phantasm:

noun

An illusion, apparition, or ghost.

Usage examples:

The cart seemed to glide like a terrible phantasm

Meanings of Phantasma:

noun

Phantasm.

Phantasmagoria

ˌfæn.tæz.məˈɡɔː.ri.ə

Meanings of Phantasmagoria:

noun

A sequence of real or imaginary images like that seen in a dream.

Usage examples:

What happened next was a phantasmagoria of horror and mystery

Meanings of Phantasmagorial:

adjective

Phantasmagoric.

Meanings of Phantasmagorian:

adjective

Phantasmagoric.

Phantasmagorias

ˌfantazməˈɡɔːrɪə

Meanings of Phantasmagorias:

noun

A sequence of real or imaginary images like that seen in a dream.

Usage examples:

What happened next was a phantasmagoria of horror and mystery

Phantasmagorical

ˌfæn.tæz.məˈɡɒr.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Phantasmagorical:

adjective

Full of different images, like something in a confused dream

Usage examples:

Phantasmagorical images, most striking is the phantasmagorical orchestral music that adams has comp…

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