An example of the usage of "ring" as a metaphor in a modern Romance language can be found in Brazilian Portuguese slang, in which the word anel can have the same double meaning, especially in the expression o anel de couro the leather ring. Catullus 37 writes contemptuously of a certain Spaniard who was one of the lovers of his girlfriend Lesbia:. It also occurs in Priapeia In the same satire quoted above Juvenal 2. Catullus is here speaking metaphorically. Words deemed obscene were described as obsc a ena obscene, lewd, unfit for public use , or improba improper, in poor taste , undignified. It is also a standard threat made by the god Priapus , protector of orchards, to potential adult male thieves, as in Priapeia The word pipinna seems to have been children's slang for the penis; compare English pee-pee. In the Satires of Juvenal it is referred to euphemistically as a crista , "crest" in this line 6.
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