Definition of tarse in English:

tarse

Line breaks: tarse
Pronunciation: /tɑːs
 
/

noun

archaic
The penis.
More example sentences
  • The forefeet of scarabs are so little destined for modelling and rolling mud balls that their tarses are worn out in the process.
  • I tell you 'tis a Perfection in a man to have a Tarse so big that it will scare a Virgin.
  • It bode well for him that she didn't yank her hand away when his tarse brushed her hand.

Origin

Old English teors.

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