Tina Kold Jensen, et al. “Caffeine Intake and semen Quality in a Population of 2,554 Young Danish Men.”
John Meeker, et al. “semen Quality and Sperm DNA Damage in Relation to Urinary Bisphenol A Among Men From an Infertility Clinic.”
Murazov looked at Khlobuev, and added: "semen semenovitch, you are deceiving both yourself and me."
semen est sanguis Christianorum—The blood of us Christians is seed.
Responderunt: semen Abrahae sumus et nemini servimus unquam.
Responderunt: "semen Abrahæ sumus, et nemini servimus unquam."
semen is secreted sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly, and very frequently under the influence of the will.
late 14c., from Latin semen "seed of plants, animals, or men; race, inborn characteristic; posterity, progeny, offspring," figuratively "origin, essence, principle, cause," from PIE *si-so-, reduplication of root *se- (1) "to sow" (cf. Latin serere "to sow," Old Prussian semen "seed," Lithuanian semens "seed of flax," Old Church Slavonic seme, Old High German samo "seed," German Same; see sow (v.)).
semen se·men (sē'mən)
A viscous whitish secretion of the male reproductive organs, containing spermatozoa and consisting of secretions of the testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, and bulbourethral glands.