[ ee-dee-uh-guhs ]
/ iˈdi ə gəs /
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noun, plural ae·de·a·gi [ee-dee-uh-gahy, -jahy]. /iˈdi əˌgaɪ, -ˌdʒaɪ/.
the phallus of a male insect.
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Also ae·doe·a·gus .
Origin of aedeagus
From New Latin, from Greek aidoî(a) “genitals” + agós “leader” (derivative of ágein “to lead”)
OTHER WORDS FROM aedeagusae·de·a·gal [ee-dee-uh-guhl], /iˈdi ə gəl/, adjective
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