pudendum


pu·den·dum

noun \py-ˈden-dəm\

: the sexual organs on the outside of a person's body

plural pu·den·da\-də\

Full Definition of PUDENDUM

:  the external genital organs of a human being and especially of a woman —usually used in plural
pu·den·dal \-dəl\ adjective

Origin of PUDENDUM

New Latin, singular of Latin pudenda, from neuter plural of pudendus, gerundive of pudēre to be ashamed
First Known Use: 1634

pu·den·dum

noun \py-ˈden-dəm\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural pu·den·da \-də\

Medical Definition of PUDENDUM

: the external genital organs of a human being; especially : the external genitals of a woman : vulva—usually used in plural

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