Etymology
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pubis (n.)

"a pubic bone, bone structure that forms the anterior wall of the pelvis," 1590s, from Latin pubes (genitive pubis) "genital area, groin," via os pubis "pubic bone." Latin pubes (n.) is related to or identical with pubes (adj.) "adult, full-grown, manly," a word of uncertain origin.

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Definitions of pubis

pubis (n.)
one of the three sections of the hipbone; together these two bones form the front of the pelvis;
Synonyms: pubic bone / os pubis
From wordnet.princeton.edu