The genitals of such persons unite the male and female characteristics (hermaphroditism).
"Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex" by Sigmund Freud
The male genital symbolized by persons and the female by a landscape.
"Dream Psychology" by Sigmund Freud
Refert follows interest in its construction, except that it rarely takes the Genitive of the person.
"New Latin Grammar" by Charles E. Bennett
I E sawa genitive of sa, ta reflexive possessive for all persons; Dak tawa the same, also ta.
"The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages" by Andrew Woods Williamson
He wished to see the genitals of other persons, originally probably because he wished to compare them with his own.
"Leonardo da Vinci" by Sigmund Freud
Impersonal verbs take an accusative of the person, sometimes also with a genitive of the thing.
"Anglo-Saxon Primer" by Henry Sweet