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Vulva - Wikipedia vulva etymology

Meaning: "womb, female sexual organ," perhaps literally "wrapper," from volvere "to turn, twist, roll, revolve," also "turn over in See more definitions.

Aug 04,  · vulva in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short () A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press vulva in Gaffiot, Félix () Dictionnaire Illustré Latin-Français, .

"sexual passage of the female from the vulva to the uterus," s, medical Latin, from specialized use of Latin vagina "sheath, scabbard, covering; sheath of an ear of grain, hull, husk" (plural vaginae), a word of uncertain eazye.infos cognate with Lithuanian vožiu, vožti "to cover with a hollow thing," but de Vaan points out that "Obviously, this is a gratuitous proposal.".

Jun 16,  · Etymology. From French vulve, Latin vulva. Pronunciation. IPA: [ˈvulvə] Noun. vulvă f (plural vulve) vulva Vulva reprezintă partea externă a organelor genitale feminine. The vulva represents the external part of the female genital organs. Declension.