Definition of pillicock in English:

pillicock

Line breaks: pilli|cock
Pronunciation: /ˈpɪlɪkɒk
 
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noun

vulgar slang , archaic
A man’s penis.
More example sentences
  • She had also finally told Tearlach that if he again raised the subject of bollocks or pillicocks in her presence she would have him whipped.
  • Boy he may've been, but his pillicock weren't.
  • Had Gloucester not been so fecklessly led on by his 'Pillicock', there would have been no conception, and so none of the murderous familial world that ensued.

Origin

Middle English: from a first element perhaps of Scandinavian origin + cock1 (see also pillock).

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