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The external genitals of either sex , though many limit the meaning to apply only to the female mons pubis , labia-majora , labia-minora , clitoris , and introitus vaginae. To avoid confusion a qualifier is sometimes used: male-pudendum , female-pudendum . See vagina for synonyms.

ETYMOLOGY: In Latin it means ' that of which one should be ashamed a derivion of pudere, to be ashamed.

See Also: acorn, chastity belt, chingus, full pudenda, partial pudenda, pud, pudding, pudenda, pudendal intercourse, pudendal pleasures, pudendal symphony, pudendum, put it about

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