Antab is doubtless Antiochia penes Taurum, in the skirts of which it stands; and is not far distant from the highest ridge.
From a broadside in Mr. Hailstone's coll., collated with one penes me.
penes: open, slit-like structures of the seminal vesicles to the outer surface in Euplectoptera.
His nurse, while out walking with him one day, told him that when little boys grow' up their penes fall off.
penes clericos et monachos fuit electio, sed electum a rege postulabant.
Plus impetus, majorem constantiam, penes miseros—We find greater violence and more perseverance among the wretched.
Received from Mr. James of Dunekier eighty pund sexteen shilling six penes Scots in full of the within account depussd by me.
1670s, perhaps from French pénis or directly from Latin penis "penis," earlier "tail," from PIE *pes-/*pesos- "penis" (cf. Sanskrit pasas-, Greek peos, posthe "penis," probably also Old English fæsl "progeny, offspring," Old Norse fösull, German Fasel "young of animals, brood"). The proper plural is penes. The adjective is penial. In psychological writing, penis envy is attested from 1924.
penis pe·nis (pē'nĭs)
n. pl. pe·nis·es or pe·nes (-nēz)
The male organ of copulation and of urinary excretion, formed by three columns of erectile tissue, two arranged laterally on the dorsum and one medianly below; the extremity is formed by an expansion of the corpus spongiosum, covered by a free fold of skin.