481 ways to say ‘penis’

In Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s class on “Writing Sexy Stuff”, she presented a list of 300+ terms for vagina, but she didn’t have the masculine version of that literary genital smorgasbord. With the help of some friends, I fixed that.

Know any others?  Let us know in the comments below!

If you wonder what was recently added, see the end of this post for the ‘Recent Updates’ section.


Adolph, AIDS baster, Alabama Black Snake, Albino Cave Dweller, Anaconda, Ankle spanker, Baby-maker, Baby’s arm holding an apple1The term comes from a Lenny Bruce routine about African-American men (“Their wangs look like a baby’s arm with an apple in its fist”.) Thanks to Denis for burning this into my brain., Bait-and-tackle, Bald-headed yogurt slinger, Baloney baton, Baloney pony, Banana, Basket, Battleship, Beaver basher, Beef whistle, Bell on a pole, Bishop, Bob Dole, Boner, Bookworm, Boomstick, Braciole, Bratwurst, Bud2Common on English-colonized Caribbean islands, Bulge, Bum tickler, Burrito, Bushwacker, Cack, Candle, Cervix crusader, Choad3A penis that is wider than long, Chopper, Chub, Chubby, Chup, Chut, Cigar, Clam hammer, Cobra, Cock, Cornholer, Cranny axe, Crotch vomiter, Cucumber, Cod, Cum gun, Custard launcher, Cut, D, Dagger, Deep-V diver, Dick4Was used to as a synonym for “fellow, lad, man,” in the 1550s, also a rhyming nickname for Rick, short for Richard, one of the commonest English names. It has long been a synonym for “fellow,” and so most of the slang senses are probably very old. The meaning “penis” is attested from 1891 in British army slang., Dickie, Dicktator, Diddle, Digger, Ding dong mcdork, Dingaling5From the Chuck Berry song, Dingus, Dink, Dipstick, Disco stick, Doder, Dog head, Doinker, Dong, Donger, Dora the Explorer, Dork6literally the term means “a whale’s penis”, Dragon, Drill, Drum stick, Dude piston, Easy Rider, Eggroll, Electric eel, Energizer bunny, Excalibur, Family jewels, Fang, Ferret, Fire hose, Flesh flute, Flesh tower, Froto, Fuck rod, Fuck stick, Fuck truck, Fudge sickle, Fun stick, Gash mallet, Gearshift, German helmet, Gigi, Groin, Gun, Hammer, Hanging meat, Hard on7specifically an erect penis, Heat-seeking moisture missile, Ho wrecker, Hog, Hose, Jackhammer, Jimber, Jimmy, John, John Thomas8Derives from the name the leading man in D.H. Lawrence’s novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, who shared his name with his appendage. The book was made famous by the obscenity trial it landed Penguin Books in during the 1950s., Johnson9Perhaps related to British slang John Thomas, which has the same meaning. First noted by the OED in 1863 in Jrnl. Trip across Canada by the unfortunate WB Cheadle , relating how his neck, face, and the organ in question were all frozen., Joystick, Junk, Jurassic pork, Just-in-beaver, Keilbasa, Kickstand, Kidney scraper, King sebastian, Knob, Krull the warrior king, Lance of love, Lap rocket, Leaky hose, Lincoln log, Lingam, Little Bob, Little Elvis, Lizard, Lolipop, Long Dong Silver10via Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Longfellow, Love muscle, Love rod, Love shaft, Love stick, Luigi, Main vein, Man meat, Man’s best friend, Manhood, Mayo shooting hotdog gun, Meat constrictor, Meat injection, Meat popsicle, Meat Puppet, Meat scepter, Meat stick, Meat thermometer, Meatsicle, Member, Meter long king kong dong, Microphone, Middle leg, Middle stump, Moisture and heat seeking venomous throbbing python of love, Mongoose, Monster, Mr. Happy, Mr. Knish, Mr. Sniffles, Mr. Winky, Muff marauder, Mushroom head, Mutton dagger, Netherrod, Ol’ one eye, Old boy, Old fellow, Old man, One-eyed monster, One-eyed trouser snake, One-eyed wonder weasel, One-eyed yogurt slinger, Package, Pecker, Pedro, Peen, Peepee, Peeper, Pencil dick, Percy, Peter11First usage is from 1902, probably from the identity of the first syllable., Piece, Pied Piper, Pig skin bus, Pink oboe, Piss weasle, Piston, Pleasure pump, Plonker, Pludge, Plug, Pocket rocket, Poinswatter, Pole, Popeye, Pork sword, Porridge gun, Prick, Private eye, Private part, Pud, Puff the one-eyed dragon, Purple helmet, Purple-headed yogurt flinger, Purple-helmeted warrior of love, Putz12from the Yiddish ‘puts’, literally meaning ‘finery’, Quiver bone, Ramburglar, Rod, Rod of pleasure, Rodger13Probably derived from the Old English hroĂ°i gār, meaning ‘fame-spear’, Rooster, Root, Roundhead, Salami, Santa Claus14As heard in Sebastian Castro’s “Bubble” video., Sausage, Schlittle, Schlong, Schlong dongadoodle, Schlort, Schmeckle, Schmuck, Schnitzel, Sconge, Sebastianic sword, Shaft15♫ Who’s the black private dick
That’s a sex machine to all the chicks?
SHAFT!
Ya damn right!
, Short arm, Single barrelled pump action bollock yogurt shotgun, Skin flute, Slit-eyed demon, Sludge pump, Slut slayer, Snot rocket, Soldier, Spam javelin, Spawn hammer, Spitting cobra, Spout, Steamin’ semen truck, Stick shift, Surfboard, Taco warmer, Tallywhacker, Tan banana, Tassle, Tent peg, Tent pole, The Artful Throbber, The Bone Ranger, Thing, Third leg, Throbber, Thumper, Thundersword, Tinker, Tiny Tim, Tockley, Todger, Tonk, Tonsil tickler, Tool , Torpedo, Trouser snake, Trouser trout, Tube snake, Tubesteak, Tummy banana, Tuna torpedo, Twig & berries, Twinkie, Uncle Reamus, Undercover brother, Vagina miner, Vein, Veinous Maximus, Vlad the Impaler, Vomit rod, Wand, Wang, Wang doodle, Wanger, Wanker, Weapon of ass destruction, Wedding tackle, Wedding wrecker, Wee, Weenie, Weewee, Weiner, Whoopie stick, Whore thermometer, Wick, Wiener, Wiener schnitzel, Willy, Wing dang doodle, Winky, Womb broom, Womb ferret, Womb raider, Woody womb pecker, Worm, Yingyang, Yogurt gun, Zucchini

Spanish terms for ‘penis’

Bicho16Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cabeza de gato17Ecuador, Chorizo, Chota18Argentina, Uruguay,  Garcha19Argentina, Uruguay, Nabo20Spain, Paronga21Argentina, Uruguay, Pene, Pico22Chile, Pijo23Spain, Pinga24Cuba, Pipi25Panama, Peru, Pito26Mexico, Polla, Rabo27Spain, Taladro de carne28Chile, Turca29Nicaragua, Verga30Mexico

Other languages

Bengal: ধন31pronounced ‘dhon’

Finnish: Mulkku, Pili, Pippeli, Siitin32used by children, Penis33used by children, Kikkeli, Kyrpä34vulgar

French: bijou de famille35literally, ‘family jewels’, bistouquette36a childish term, bite37considered vulgar, poireau38considered funny (literally ‘leek’), popaul39considered funny (a typical parrot name), quĂŠquette40a childish term, queue41considered vulgar (from ‘pool cue’), teub42a vulgar term pronounced reversed in Verlan, vier43considered vulgar, zboub44based on arabic, zizi45a childish term, zigounette46a childish term, zguègue47based on arabic, zigounette48a childish term, zizi49a childish term, zob50based on arabic

Germany: Nudel, Schwanz

Hindi: गुप्तांग51pronounced ‘guptang’ — means ‘private parts’ and may be used for both male and female genitalia, जननेंद्रिय52pronounced ‘jananendriya’ — means ‘genitalia’ and may be used for either sex, लन्ङ53pronounced ‘lund`’ — common slang, लोडा54pronounced ‘loda`’ — common slang

Indonesia: Ayam jantan, Burung55liternally ‘bird’, Butuh56vulgar, Detektif, Jago, Kemaluan laki-laki, Keran, Kontol, Mata-mata, Palak, Panalagan57Polite term for ‘penis’, Reserse, Zakar

Japanese: ちんこ58pronounced ‘chinko’, チンチン59pronounced ‘chin chin’ — used mostly by children, derives from the onomatopeia ‘chinchin’ referring to a ringing or tinkling sound, as is made when a man urinates, ちんぽ60pronounced ‘chinbo’, ちんぽ61pronounced ‘chinpo’, ちんぼこ62pronounced ‘chinboko’, にくぼう63肉棒, pronounced ‘nikubou’, 太マラ64pronounced ‘futo mara’ — literally ‘big penis’

Korean: 거시기65pronounced ‘guh shi ki’ – slang for penis mostly children in elementary school and middle school, 고추66pronounced ‘go chu’ — a formal term for ‘penis’, 귀두67pronounced ‘gwee doo’ — a term for the penis tip, 남근68pronounced ‘nam geun’ — an older term that was common slang and translates to “men’s root”, 딕69pronounced ‘dick’ — adopted from English by young people, 똘똘이70pronounced ‘ddol ddol ee’ — slang used mostly by adults, 성기71pronounced ‘sung ki’ – a formal term for penis, 소중이72pronounced ‘so joong yi’ – a cute term that can refer to both male and female private parts, 육봉73pronounced ‘yuk bong’ – slang from the chinese characters that translate to ‘meat pole’, 음경74pronounced ‘eum kyung’ — the formal term for ‘penis’, 자지75pronounced ‘jaji’ — a word meaning genitalia that can be used for both male and female parts, 조지76pronounced ‘joji’ – a different way to pronounce ‘자지’ (‘jaji’), 쥴77pronounced ‘john’ — short for the english word ‘johnson’, used by the 20-30 age group, 존슨78pronounced ‘johnson’ – the English word, used by the 20-30 age group, 좆79pronounced ‘jot’ – slang for penis used by everyone in many ways, but usually in reference to peeling it (?), 철수80pronounced ‘chul soo’ – a person’s name commonly used (like ‘Johnson’), 친친81pronounced ‘chin chin’ – slang derived from a Japanese word for penis

Mandarin: 小鸡鸡82pronounced ‘shi-aw dgee dgee’ — used by children & translates to ‘little chicken’,  屌83pronounced ‘dee-aw’ — can be formal or informal, 男人那话儿84pronounced ‘nan ren na who-ar’ — translates to “men’s thing”,  is subtle & less offensive, 老二儿85pronounced ‘lao uh-ar’ — commonly used, translates to ‘the second thing’, 肉笛86pronounced ‘rou di’  — literally ‘skin flute’, 阳具87pronounced ‘yang-ju’ — formally used in writing, 阴茎88pronounced ‘yeen  dg-ing’ — the formal term for ‘penis’, 鸥塴89pronounced ‘gee ba’ — the most common slang

Papiamento:90The native language on the islands of Aruba and Curaçao. Derived from African and Portuguese, with influences from English, Dutch, and Spanish. Bala91literally ‘ball’, Banana92borrowed from Dutch & English, Basora93literally ‘sweeper’, Cabes di Totolica94Literally, ‘head of a Totolica’. A Totolica is a bird that looks bald. (This is not used very often.), Colebra95literally ‘snake’, Cos96literally ‘thing’, Dolo97formal term for ‘penis’, Patin98Literally ‘ejaculate’, commonly used in insults. This is a word that could get you punched in the face., Palo99literally ‘stick’, Penis100borrowed from Dutch & English, Pilinchi101used when referring to the member of little boys, Saco di webo102literally ‘bag of eggs’, Troshi103Literally ‘cluster’ (for example, a cluster of grapes), but rarely used in any other context.’, Webo104literally ‘egg’, Worst105Borrowed from Dutch (‘sausage’)

Portugese: (Brasilian) Cacete, Caralho106considered vulgar, Jeba, Falo, Mastro, Pau107translates to ‘wood’, Pica, Pinto108this is the most common term used in Brasil, Piroca, PistĂŁo, Verga

Romanian: belita109the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis, cocoş110literally means ‘cock’, cocoşel111the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis — literally means ‘little cock’, pulă112most common slang term, puţă113the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis

Russian: МониНка114pronounced ‘zheneelka’ (literally translates to ‘the item you’re marrying with’)​, понис115formal term, pronounced ‘paynis’, пиписька116pronounced ‘pipeeska’, used by young children, писька117pronounced ‘peeska’, used by young children, сОсиска118pronounced ‘saseeska’ (‘sausage’), хрен119pronounced ‘hen’, literally means ‘horseradish’, хуй120pronounced ‘huee’, vulgar & often used in anger, член121pronounced “ch’lee-en”

Singlish (Singaporean English): lanpa122Used primarily as an insult​, lanjiao123Used primarily as an insult​, 小弟弟124Pronounced ‘xiao didi’, and used primarily as an insult​

Tagalog: arroyo, batuta125slang for a policeman’s stick, batuta, Batuta ni Drakula126literally ‘police stick of Dracula’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film, boto, burat127refers to an erect penis, dako, dakota, et-et, ibon128literally ‘bird’, kargada129considered less offensive, manok, nota130used in the gay culture, paltak131refers to a circumcised penis, Pedro, pitoy132an uncircumcised (juvenile pre-pubescent) penis, potoy, pototoy, ratbu, saging, Saging ni Pacing133literally ‘Banana of Pacing’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film, supot134refers to an uncircumcised penis — literally ‘brown bag’, tandang, Talong ni Badong135literally ‘Eggplant of Badong’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film, tarugo136refers to a very large penis, tektek, titi, tule137refers to a circumcised penis, tuli138refers to a circumcised penis, turat, uten, utin

Thai:139The Thai language uses lexical tones to differentiate words.  Different sounds can have a tone that is rising, falling, high, low, or mid-toned.  These are indicated in pronunciations by the first letter, i.e., R, F, H, L, & M กระจู๋140pronounced graL juuR — a boy’s penis, กระเจี๊ยว141pronounced graL jiaaoH — extreme slang, กระดอ142pronounced graL daawM — a man’s or male animal’s penis, ไข่143pronounced ‘kĂ i’ — literally means ‘eggs’, ควย144pronounced khuayM — an extremely vulgar term, งวงช้าง145pronounced ‘nguang chĂĄang’ — literally means ‘elephant trunk’,จู๋146pronounced ‘jŏo’, เจ้าหนู147pronounced jaoF nuuR — a boy’s penis, น้องหนู148pronounced naawngH nuuR — a boy’s penis, ลึงค์149pronounced leungM — means ‘lingam’, a stylized phallic symbol of the masculine cosmic principle and of the Hindu god Siva, หัวควย150pronounced huaaR khuayM — means ‘cockhead’, an extremely vulgar curse, ญำ151pronounced ‘hăm’ — term used in Isan province, literally means ‘testicles’, องคชาต152pronounced ohngM khaH chaatF — formal term for ‘penis’, ไอ้จู๋153pronounced aiF juuR — a boy’s penis, ไอ้เจี๊ยว154pronounced aiF jiaaoH — a boy’s penis, ไอ้หนู155pronounced aiF nuuR — a boy’s penis

Recent Updates

  • Added ‘Santa Claus’ as an English term.  Who knew‽
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    The term comes from a Lenny Bruce routine about African-American men (“Their wangs look like a baby’s arm with an apple in its fist”.) Thanks to Denis for burning this into my brain.
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    Common on English-colonized Caribbean islands
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    A penis that is wider than long
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    Was used to as a synonym for “fellow, lad, man,” in the 1550s, also a rhyming nickname for Rick, short for Richard, one of the commonest English names. It has long been a synonym for “fellow,” and so most of the slang senses are probably very old. The meaning “penis” is attested from 1891 in British army slang.
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    literally the term means “a whale’s penis”
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    specifically an erect penis
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    Derives from the name the leading man in D.H. Lawrence’s novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, who shared his name with his appendage. The book was made famous by the obscenity trial it landed Penguin Books in during the 1950s.
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    Perhaps related to British slang John Thomas, which has the same meaning. First noted by the OED in 1863 in Jrnl. Trip across Canada by the unfortunate WB Cheadle , relating how his neck, face, and the organ in question were all frozen.
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    via Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
  • 11
    First usage is from 1902, probably from the identity of the first syllable.
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    from the Yiddish ‘puts’, literally meaning ‘finery’
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    Probably derived from the Old English hroĂ°i gār, meaning ‘fame-spear’
  • 14
    As heard in Sebastian Castro’s “Bubble” video.
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    ♫ Who’s the black private dick
    That’s a sex machine to all the chicks?
    SHAFT!
    Ya damn right!
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    Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic
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    Ecuador
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    Argentina, Uruguay
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    Argentina, Uruguay
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    Spain
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    Argentina, Uruguay
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    Chile
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    Spain
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    Cuba
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    Panama, Peru
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    Mexico
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    Spain
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    Chile
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    Nicaragua
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    Mexico
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    pronounced ‘dhon’
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    used by children
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    used by children
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    vulgar
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    literally, ‘family jewels’
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    a childish term
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    considered vulgar
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    considered funny (literally ‘leek’)
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    considered funny (a typical parrot name)
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    a childish term
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    considered vulgar (from ‘pool cue’)
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    a vulgar term pronounced reversed in Verlan
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    considered vulgar
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    based on arabic
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    a childish term
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    a childish term
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    based on arabic
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    a childish term
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    a childish term
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    based on arabic
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    pronounced ‘guptang’ — means ‘private parts’ and may be used for both male and female genitalia
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    pronounced ‘jananendriya’ — means ‘genitalia’ and may be used for either sex
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    pronounced ‘lund`’ — common slang
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    pronounced ‘loda`’ — common slang
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    liternally ‘bird’
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    vulgar
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    Polite term for ‘penis’
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    pronounced ‘chinko’
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    pronounced ‘chin chin’ — used mostly by children, derives from the onomatopeia ‘chinchin’ referring to a ringing or tinkling sound, as is made when a man urinates
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    pronounced ‘chinbo’
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    pronounced ‘chinpo’
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    pronounced ‘chinboko’
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    肉棒, pronounced ‘nikubou’
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    pronounced ‘futo mara’ — literally ‘big penis’
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    pronounced ‘guh shi ki’ – slang for penis mostly children in elementary school and middle school
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    pronounced ‘go chu’ — a formal term for ‘penis’
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    pronounced ‘gwee doo’ — a term for the penis tip
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    pronounced ‘nam geun’ — an older term that was common slang and translates to “men’s root”
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    pronounced ‘dick’ — adopted from English by young people
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    pronounced ‘ddol ddol ee’ — slang used mostly by adults
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    pronounced ‘sung ki’ – a formal term for penis
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    pronounced ‘so joong yi’ – a cute term that can refer to both male and female private parts
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    pronounced ‘yuk bong’ – slang from the chinese characters that translate to ‘meat pole’
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    pronounced ‘eum kyung’ — the formal term for ‘penis’
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    pronounced ‘jaji’ — a word meaning genitalia that can be used for both male and female parts
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    pronounced ‘joji’ – a different way to pronounce ‘자지’ (‘jaji’)
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    pronounced ‘john’ — short for the english word ‘johnson’, used by the 20-30 age group
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    pronounced ‘johnson’ – the English word, used by the 20-30 age group
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    pronounced ‘jot’ – slang for penis used by everyone in many ways, but usually in reference to peeling it (?)
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    pronounced ‘chul soo’ – a person’s name commonly used (like ‘Johnson’)
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    pronounced ‘chin chin’ – slang derived from a Japanese word for penis
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    pronounced ‘shi-aw dgee dgee’ — used by children & translates to ‘little chicken’
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    pronounced ‘dee-aw’ — can be formal or informal
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    pronounced ‘nan ren na who-ar’ — translates to “men’s thing”,  is subtle & less offensive
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    pronounced ‘lao uh-ar’ — commonly used, translates to ‘the second thing’
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    pronounced ‘rou di’  — literally ‘skin flute’
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    pronounced ‘yang-ju’ — formally used in writing
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    pronounced ‘yeen  dg-ing’ — the formal term for ‘penis’
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    pronounced ‘gee ba’ — the most common slang
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    The native language on the islands of Aruba and Curaçao. Derived from African and Portuguese, with influences from English, Dutch, and Spanish.
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    literally ‘ball’
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    borrowed from Dutch & English
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    literally ‘sweeper’
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    Literally, ‘head of a Totolica’. A Totolica is a bird that looks bald. (This is not used very often.)
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    literally ‘snake’
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    literally ‘thing’
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    formal term for ‘penis’
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    Literally ‘ejaculate’, commonly used in insults. This is a word that could get you punched in the face.
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    literally ‘stick’
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    borrowed from Dutch & English
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    used when referring to the member of little boys
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    literally ‘bag of eggs’
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    Literally ‘cluster’ (for example, a cluster of grapes), but rarely used in any other context.’
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    literally ‘egg’
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    Borrowed from Dutch (‘sausage’)
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    considered vulgar
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    translates to ‘wood’
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    this is the most common term used in Brasil
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    the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis
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    literally means ‘cock’
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    the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis — literally means ‘little cock’
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    most common slang term
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    the penis of a child (that hasn’t reached puberty yet) or a very small penis
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    pronounced ‘zheneelka’ (literally translates to ‘the item you’re marrying with’)​
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    formal term, pronounced ‘paynis’
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    pronounced ‘pipeeska’, used by young children
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    pronounced ‘peeska’, used by young children
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    pronounced ‘saseeska’ (‘sausage’)
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    pronounced ‘hen’, literally means ‘horseradish’
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    pronounced ‘huee’, vulgar & often used in anger
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    pronounced “ch’lee-en”
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    Used primarily as an insult​
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    Used primarily as an insult​
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    Pronounced ‘xiao didi’, and used primarily as an insult​
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    slang for a policeman’s stick
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    literally ‘police stick of Dracula’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film
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    refers to an erect penis
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    literally ‘bird’
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    considered less offensive
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    used in the gay culture
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    refers to a circumcised penis
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    an uncircumcised (juvenile pre-pubescent) penis
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    literally ‘Banana of Pacing’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film
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    refers to an uncircumcised penis — literally ‘brown bag’
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    literally ‘Eggplant of Badong’ from the title of a 1970’s porn film
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    refers to a very large penis
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    refers to a circumcised penis
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    refers to a circumcised penis
  • 139
    The Thai language uses lexical tones to differentiate words.  Different sounds can have a tone that is rising, falling, high, low, or mid-toned.  These are indicated in pronunciations by the first letter, i.e., R, F, H, L, & M
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    pronounced graL juuR — a boy’s penis
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    pronounced graL jiaaoH — extreme slang
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    pronounced graL daawM — a man’s or male animal’s penis
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    pronounced ‘kĂ i’ — literally means ‘eggs’
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    pronounced khuayM — an extremely vulgar term
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    pronounced ‘nguang chĂĄang’ — literally means ‘elephant trunk’
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    pronounced ‘jŏo’
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    pronounced jaoF nuuR — a boy’s penis
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    pronounced naawngH nuuR — a boy’s penis
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    pronounced leungM — means ‘lingam’, a stylized phallic symbol of the masculine cosmic principle and of the Hindu god Siva
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    pronounced huaaR khuayM — means ‘cockhead’, an extremely vulgar curse
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    pronounced ‘hăm’ — term used in Isan province, literally means ‘testicles’
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    pronounced ohngM khaH chaatF — formal term for ‘penis’
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    pronounced aiF juuR — a boy’s penis
  • 154
    pronounced aiF jiaaoH — a boy’s penis
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    pronounced aiF nuuR — a boy’s penis

16 thoughts on “481 ways to say ‘penis’

  1. Continuing in the Japanese realm: chinko, chinbo, chinboko, penisu (seriously, a guy in a family bathhouse in Kyoto asked me if I had a bigu penisu, which he then slapped), ochinpo (which is a bit hilarious, because it probably means “honorable penis”), nikubou, mara.

    Ochinpo wa oishiso desu ne!

    Spanish: El Jefe

  2. Korean words are pretty good. I just want to add few more words.
    소중이(So Joong Yi): it can be used for both male and female private part. cute way to say it.
    육봉(Yuk Bong): A slang to call penis. It comes from Chinese character and it means meat+pole.
    남근(Nam Geun): Generally way to call penis. Pretty old word. It means Men’s root. Lol.

    Hope this makes some interesting adding. 🙂

  3. 10 in Tagalog: titi, burat, tektek, kargada, tarugo, turat, buto, batuta, putotoy, ratbu.

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