Definition of semen in English:

semen

Syllabification: se·men
Pronunciation: /ˈsēmən
 
/

noun

The male reproductive fluid, containing spermatozoa in suspension.
More example sentences
  • The prostate produces a thick, white fluid called semen that mixes with the sperm when it is ejaculated in male orgasm.
  • The garment was taped for fibres and hairs and screened for body fluids, such as blood, semen and saliva.
  • After a few days, the body has natural ways of releasing the extra semen and sperm.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin, literally 'seed', from serere 'to sow'.

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