Definition of Pudenda

1. n. pl. The external organs of generation.



Definition of Pudenda

1. Noun. (plural of pudendum dot=:) ¹

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Definition of Pudenda

1. pudendum [n] - See also: pudendum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pudenda

puddler
puddlers
puddles
puddley
puddlier
puddliest
puddling
puddlings
puddly
puddock
puddocks
puddy
pudencies
pudency
pudend
pudenda (current term)
pudendal
pudendal artery
pudendal block
pudendal cleavage
pudendal cleft
pudendal slit
pudendal vein
pudends
pudent
pudge
pudges

Literary usage of Pudenda

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1. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin for the use of students and by Oliver Samuel Ormsby (1921)
"The general health is to be promoted by appropriate measures. ULCERATING GRANULOMA OF THE pudenda.1 Synonyms.—Serpiginous ulceration of the genitals, ..."

2. Tropical Diseases: A Manual of the Diseases of Warm Climates by Patrick Manson (1900)
"Ann., 1896) describe a peculiar form of ulcerating granuloma affecting the pudenda in dark-skinned races. Their observations were made in British Guiana and ..."

3. Tropical Diseases: A Manual of the Diseases of Warm Climates by Patrick Manson (1919)
"Neal, O/.xard, Con- yers, and Daniels describe a peculiar form of ulcerating granuloma affecting more particularly the pudenda in dark-skinned races. ..."

4. Tropical Diseases: A Manual of the Diseases of Warm Climates by Patrick Manson (1918)
"Neal, Ozzard, Con- yers, and Daniels describe a peculiar form of ulcerating granuloma affecting more particularly the pudenda in dark-skinned races. ..."

5. Essays and Observations on Natural History, Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology by John Hunter, Richard Owen (1861)
"Of the pudenda. The skin of the pudenda grows redder and redder to the years c puberty, and seems to have little or no rete ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Women by Theodore Gaillard Thomas (1891)
"... known as pudenda! hemorrhage : if riot, the blood pouring out into the areolar tissue surrounding the wounded plexus will soon forin a coagulum, ..."

7. Obstetrics, the science and the art by Charles Delucena Meigs (1867)
"THE word pudenda expresses the idea of those parts of the reproductive apparatus that appear upon the outer surface of the pelvis. ..."

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