pizzle

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piz·zle

 (pĭz′əl)
n.
1. The penis of an animal, especially a bull.
2. A whip made from a bull's penis.

[Possibly from Low German pēsel, diminutive of Middle Low German pese, penis, tendon.]
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pizzle

(ˈpɪzəl)
n
archaic or dialect the penis of an animal, esp a bull
[C16: of Germanic origin; compare Low German pēsel, Flemish pēzel, Middle Dutch pēze sinew]
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piz•zle

(ˈpɪz əl)

n.
1. the penis of an animal, esp. a bull.
2. a whip made from a bull's pizzle.
[1515–25; probably < Dutch pezel or Low German pēsel]
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pizzle

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