Definition of vaginant
: sheathing vaginant culm of grass
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Origin and Etymology of vaginant
borrowed from New Latin vaginant-, vaginans, present participle of vaginare “to ensheathe,” verbal derivative of Latin vāgīna “sheath, scabbard” — more at vagina
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