Flex vs Ischiocavernosus - What's the difference?

flex | ischiocavernosus |


As nouns the difference between flex and ischiocavernosus

is that flex is (uncountable) flexibility, pliancy while ischiocavernosus is (anatomy) a muscle just below the surface of the perineum, used to flex the anus, stabilize the erect penis (in males), and tense the vagina (in females).

As a verb flex

is to bend something.

flex

English

Noun

  • (uncountable) Flexibility, pliancy.
  • (countable) The act of flexing.
  • (uncountable, chiefly, British) Any flexible insulated electrical wiring.
  • (countable, geometry) A point of inflection.
  • Verb

    (es)
  • To bend something.
  • To repeatedly bend one of one's joints.
  • To move part of the body using one's muscles.
  • (bodybuilding) To tighten the muscles for display of size or strength.
  • * 1994 , Elise Title, Body Heat? , page 189
  • He rubbed his hands together. "Believe it or not, there was a time when I considered giving acting a go. What do you think, Miss Fox?" He flexed impressive biceps. "Would I have had a chance against the Schwarzeneggers and the Chuck Norris types?"

    ischiocavernosus

    English

    Noun

    (ischiocavernosi) (wikipedia ischiocavernosus)
  • (anatomy) A muscle just below the surface of the perineum, used to flex the anus, stabilize the erect penis (in males), and tense the vagina (in females).