glans penis

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 [glanz] (pl. glan´des) (L.)
a small, rounded mass or glandlike body.
glans clito´ridis the erectile tissue on the free end of the clitoris.
glans pe´nis the cap-shaped expansion of the corpus spongiosum at the end of the penis.
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glans pe·'nis

the conic expansion of the corpus spongiosum that forms the head of the penis.
Synonym(s): balanus
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glans penis

A conical vascular body forming the distal end of the penis.
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The flared cap of the penis which, in the normal uncircumcised penis, is covered by the foreskin when the penis is not erect.
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glans pe·nis

(glanz pē'nis) [TA]
The conic expansion of the corpus spongiosum that forms the head of the penis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Glans penis

The bulbous tip of the penis.
Mentioned in: Neurogenic Bladder
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Man against man, foreskins superglued firmly onto bellends.
But an official website announcing the news gave his full name as "Joseph Sepp Bellend Blatter".
One unnamed official said: "We know bellend doesn't mean the end of the bell and is a word used instead to describe the head of the penis which is often employed as an insult in England.
The swimming pool occupies part of the bellended conservatory and also includes a whirlpool bath.
(46) The minuet at Darmstadt shows just the tops of three instruments, the bellends of two wind instruments and the scroll and part of the neck of a double-bass.