English version

codpiece

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
codpiececod‧piece /ˈkɒdpiːs $ ˈkɑːd-/ noun [countable]  DCa piece of coloured cloth worn by men in the 15th and 16th centuries to cover the opening in the front of their trousers
Examples from the Corpus
codpieceA tribesman, wearing only a codpiece and feathers in his hair, stamps his spear and utters a deep moan.Guitarist Warren De Martini looks the part - skinny, cocky, codpiece screaming, is all tart and no voice.She pressed up against me, her fingers tickling my codpiece though I knew she was after my purse.You know the type, with their tight hose, protruding codpieces, puffed doublets and short cloaks.
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