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pu·den·dum

 (pyo͞o-dĕn′dəm)
n. pl. pu·den·da (-də)
often pudenda The external genitals of a human, especially of a woman.

[Latin, neuter gerundive of pudēre, to make or be ashamed.]

pu·den′dal (-dĕn′dəl) adj.

pudendum

(pjuːˈdɛndəm)
n, pl -da (-də)
(Anatomy) (often plural) the human external genital organs collectively, esp of a female
[C17: from Late Latin, from Latin pudenda the shameful (parts), from pudēre to be ashamed]
puˈdendal, pudic adj

pu•den•dum

(pyuˈdɛn dəm)

n., pl. -da (-də).
Usu., pudenda. the external genital organs, esp. those of the female; vulva.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin, neuter pl. gerundive of Latin pudēre to be ashamed]
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Noun1.pudendum - human external genital organs collectively especially of a female
Translations

pudendum

n pl <pudenda>
(of woman)Vulva f
pudenda pl (of either sex)primäre Geschlechtsmerkmale pl, → Scham f (geh)

pu·den·dum

n. pudendum, órganos genitales externos, esp. los femeninos.
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In other cases they were provided with an explanation that was clothed in a Latin disguise, such as pudendum muliebre ('female genitals') for puki ('cunt').