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vagina (n.)

“女性从外阴到子宫的性通道”, 1680年代, 医学拉丁语, 来自于拉丁语 vagina “鞘, 鞞, 覆盖物; 谷穗, 谷壳, 谷壳的鞘” (复数 vaginae) 的专门用法, 这个词的来源不确定. vožti 也许与立陶宛语 vožiu, “用空心的东西覆盖” 同源, 但德-瓦安指出:“显然, 这是一个无偿的提议”. 一个现代医学词汇, 拉丁语在古典时代并没有用于解剖学意义上. 人类学 vagina dentata, 从1902年开始得到证明.

Origin and meaning of vagina

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Definitions of vagina

vagina (n.)
the lower part of the female reproductive tract; a moist canal in female mammals extending from the labia minora to the uterus;
the vagina receives the penis during coitus
the vagina is elastic enough to allow the passage of a fetus
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