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sperma

(spĕr′mă) [Gr.]
1. Semen.
2. Spermatozoa.
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Alla Pieta non si fa sesso, non si produce sperma a profusione e la disperazione di Cecilia non si presta a facile ilarita.
Throughout this section, the author refers to menses as the 'fluid' (hygrotes or hygron), never as gone or sperma. Moreover, in discussing the menses per se, he gives no indication that they are necessary for conception.
Regarding the activity and the potency of further development of the seed, he mostly prefers to speak about psuche, while in relation to nutrition, physical power or gender difference, he prefers expressions soma, to apokrithen or sperma.
Amongst the most significant species are Pinus sylvestris, Picea abies, Rhododendron ferrugineum, Vaccinium vitis-idaea, Empetrum hermaphroditum, Antennaria carpatica, Aquilegia alpina, Carex ferruginea, Carex foetida, Cerastium alpinum, Cryptogramma crispa, Dryopteris oreades, Oreopteris limbo sperma, Woodsia alpina, Eriophorum polystachyon, Eryophorum scheuchzeri, Gentiana purpurea, Homogyne alpina, Juncus jacquinii, Luzula alpinopilosa, Ranunculus kupferi, Sassurea discolor, Senecio incanus, Trichophorum alpinum, Trifolim alpinum, (etc.).
A quella scena dove Adriana Asti fa toeletta spalmandosi sulla pelle sperma appena emesso in un vasetto da uno schiavo.
"gymnosperms" (from the Greek gymnos [naked] and sperma
(3) A central thesis of Aristotle's embryological theory is that, in animal generation, the father contributes form (conveyed by sperma) and the mother contributes matter (the katamenia).
Name Origin: From the Greek words leptos (slender) and sperma (seed), referring to its narrow seeds.
Corporalita molesta che si ripercuote nell'affiorare degli umori e delle anatomie del concepimento: mestruo, sperma, seni, fianchi dilatati e vagine scrutate con lo specchietto, segni che rimandano a una sterilita da superare.