Recent Examples of vagina from the Web
Quinn Gorbutt, who graduated from MassArt in 2012, recalled the professor once assigned him to photograph 10 vaginas.
First things first: a primer on how yeast infections can throw off your vagina’s game.
And, no matter what their ailment, whether a sore neck or ankle, some said, Nassar's treatment often involved penetration of their vaginas.
One day, women everywhere may dissolve a postage-stamp sized piece of translucent film in their vaginas.
But other risk factors, like menopause, also boost the prevalence of UTIs in people with vaginas.
It’s water-based and made with aloe vera, but designed with maintaining a body’s pH balance (important for vaginas) in mind.
The proof is in a video just released on YouTube, which features Biel and funny lady Chelsea Handler chatting about—what else?—their vaginas.
Another painful condition for vagina owners is vulvodynia, which is characterized by pain on the vulva, says Shepherd.
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Origin and Etymology of vagina
First Known Use: 1653See Words from the same year
VAGINA Defined for English Language Learners
: the passage in a woman's or female animal's body that leads from the uterus to the outside of the body
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